The color codes aren’t very complicated — green is good and red is bad. The middle colors are a mixture that are more red or green as your score dictates.
Select a Cyber Continuity challenge and rate yourself. Use the popoer in the upper right to learn more about that challenge.
Cyber Security, Contingency Planning, Context Maintenance — they’re all part of Cyber Continuity. When you want to use your computer or device to do something and you can't do it, it doesn't really matter if it's cyber crime, a power failure, or you just plain forgot how to use it. You just want to get your project — be it work or play — back on track.
Cyber Continuity app lets you walk though major challenges so that you understand them, rate your status on the challenges on a slider, and make notes to yourself to make things better.
January 9, 2007: Announcement of iPhone at MacWorld
June 29, 2007: iPhone Ships with iPhone OS 1 and Web Apps
March 6, 2008: Release of iPhone OS SDK
July 10, 2008: iPhone OS 2.0, App Store (500 apps)
January 27, 2010: iPad Announcement
April 3, 2010: iPad Ships with iPhone OS 3.2
June 21, 2010: iPhone OS 3.2 succeeded by iOS4
Some basic choices to make when you start thinking about an app. This is not an exhaustive list -- new things are happening every day.
- Life Cycle Maintenance & Support
- Repeating/As Needed
- Code & Frameworks
- Web App
- Responsiveness & Adaptivity
- Embedded Data
- Product Context
- Operational Context
- Scalable Data
- Business Model
- In-app Purchases
- Subscriptions (SAAS)