Unwired Enterprise Systems
The growth of mobile or unwired usage has increased globally for last few years and there is prediction of continuous grow in coming years. Globalization has made possible for the enterprise to capture different new markets and increase their revenues but this thing also increase competition among enterprises. So in a situation where enterprise could capture whole corporate market while operating at same place, and want to work twenty four hours a day and seven days a week in order to counter competition then the importance of mobile usage in enterprise systems would increase. This thesis is a step forwards to the growth of mobile usage among enterprise systems and main purpose is to answer, how the design of mobile aware software systems can improves. Based upon news journalism domain requirements two frameworks were selected, analyzed and discussed, in order to investigate important design components of mobile enterprise systems. This effort lead forwards to a new improved framework, called framework for unwired enterprise systems. The proposed framework is designed to answer different important issues arise among mobile enterprise systems like, do it adoptive for future business needs, challenges or changes, is it available on different networks, devices and technologies, is it enough reliable in terms of accurate data and response time, how quickly system acts on user requests, and most importantly, how much the system is secure from misuse or loss of client’s data.