Why Push Email needs to be reinvented with new features and “hybrid” technologies?
Mail vs. Push Email
In a recent study posted in May 2012, MailChimp studied how people use mobile email. Regarding behaviors, people read their emails everywhere, in bed, on public transportation, at a bar/restaurant, waiting in a line or simply at their desk with the desktop nearby. What is most interesting is the very high percentage,
77%, of participants reported that they check their email “everywhere” or “obsessively.” These readers have notifications set to alert them when an email arrives. They tend to check their mobile device immediately upon feeling that buzz or hearing the alert tone
It seems that we’re push mail-coholic! Continue reading
With the rise of the cloud service for company, we see an increasing number of companies offering new online applications, from Customer Relationship Management to hosted code management platform.
Realtime low latency notification methods get ubiquitous. This article is interesting as it show a way to leverage web communication channels even for native apps, showing that hybrid approach is gaining ground.
In this article, we would like to explain and share details on the mid-term and long term roadmap to ejabberd.
We have two technical Meetups scheduled at ProcessOne in the coming month.
Mail is still one of the most commonly used tool, either in enterprise or individually. However, access to mail is usually relying on protocol that are not web friendly. ProcessOne is planning to change this access by offering a new way to get notified.