'All universities must tackle the challenge of responding to constituent, especially prospective and existing student demand, with the best possible mobile presence across their campuses,' said Andrew Yu, founder and CTO Modo Labs.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 28, 2014
Modo Labs, the leading mobile campus application platform provider to universities and enterprises, announced today that Andrew Yu, the company’s Founder and CTO, has been requested to speak on mobile campus technology websites and native app development and deployment at the 21st annual Campus Technology conference taking place in Boston today.
The panel titled “Advancing Wireless Networks to Support Increased Use of Mobile Devices on Campus” brings together Higher Ed tech professionals and industry experts who will collectively exchange examples of and discuss how universities are leveraging mobile platforms and portal technologies to manage the proliferation of mobile devices on their campuses. The panel takes place on Monday, July 28th from 8:40-9:30 a.m. EDT.
As Higher Ed and organizations both address the challenge of ever increasing growth from mobile traffic and their web properties, they are also struggling with how to effectively support many different user roles, multiple locations, and a proliferation of prospective and current student demand for mobile websites and native apps. These challenges are expected to compound according to Gartner’s 2014 Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends, as the growing variety of devices, computing styles, user contexts, and interaction paradigms will make "everything everywhere" strategies unachievable.
Kurogo Mobile Campus is the first platform to directly address this accelerating complexity and mobilization by putting mobile implementation and deployment capabilities in the hands of a broad spectrum of user types, including non-developers, with a strategic mobile platform that allows extensions to address the unique needs of each university or college.
Modo Labs’ Kurogo Mobile Campus provides both developers and non-technical users with a friendly, point-and-click tool to create compelling mobile websites and native apps. As a result, users ranging from administrative staff to expert programmers can access data sources, modules, layouts, navigation, and themes, resulting in data integrations being accomplished without coding expertise, previously only possible by hiring expensive mobile developers.
“All universities must tackle the challenge of responding to constituent, especially prospective and existing student demand, with the best possible mobile presence across their campuses,” said Andrew Yu, founder and CTO Modo Labs. “I look forward to discussing and exchanging real-world implementations and ideas with this esteemed panel at Campus Technology Review’s Conference.”
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About Modo Labs
Modo Labs’ award-winning technology integrates with content from any source and presents it on any mobile device so users can easily deploy their mobile solutions fast. The Kurogo Mobile Campus is designed for clean integration, an exceptional user experience, a high degree of customizability, and fast user deployment. Over a thousand universities and organizations in more than 40 countries use solutions from Modo Labs to deliver rich mobile websites and native apps. As a partner with AT&T, AirWatch, MobileIron, Marketo, Oracle and many others, Modo Labs offers easy, fast, and real-time mobile engagement platform solutions and support services to help universities and enterprises leverage the growing demand for rich mobile experiences from their students and customers. Modo Labs is headquartered in Cambridge, MA. Interested parties can learn more at http://www.modolabs.com.
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