Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-up: Jan 18-22
Survey on Enterprise Mobility (EM) reveals escalating costs for companies who delay deployment
While the vast majority of companies have some plan in place to enable enterprise mobility throughout their organization, a great number have yet to deliver on it. What happens then, is productivity that can potentially be realized by mobility doesn’t take place and the company loses out. As companies look to improve modes of communication and how business takes place, making an investment in mobile is a surefire way to see returns.
For pity's sake, enterprises, upgrade your mobile OS
An analysis by Due Security finds that 9 out of 10 enterprise mobile devices are running old OS versions. This is something that can open up devices to vulnerabilities, as the most up-to-date software is critical to ensure the device is as secure as possible.
Research reveals importance of enterprise apps connecting to the backend
A successful enterprise mobile app is one that can leverage currently existing backend systems. Surfacing data that is useful to a person’s work is an excellent way to best make use of mobile apps for productivity.
Majority of developers plan to develop up to 5 enterprise mobile apps this year
With the growing interest that companies have in using enterprise mobile apps for productivity, so too then do mobile app developers recognize that need. This phenomenon has also seen the rise of RMAD’s (Rapid Mobile App Development), which provide a way for developers to quickly deliver mobile app solutions without a lot of code.