A full 71 percent of IT organizations say they cannot keep up with the demand for custom business apps, according to a survey of 470 IT and business pros by Mendix.
There is a large disconnect between IT decision makers and mobile app developers when it comes to management ideas about enterprise apps and developer reality.
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Many organizations are adopting a "mobile-first" strategy for their web and app development.But a mobile-first strategy could backfire and create more silos and dysfunction in organizations, warns Alan Trefler, CEO of business software firm Pegasystems.
Successful SQL injection attacks are rampant, despite the fact that SQL injection holes have been around for many years and can be easily fixed in the app development stage.
Investment in mobile applications is increasing in priority for IT execs at Western European enterprises, while investment in BYOD is declining as a priority, according to an annual survey of Western European IT execs by CIONET.
Mobile Helix this week launched an HTML5-based enterprise application development and data security platform called Link.
Enterprises expect the number of new mobile applications to surpass the number of new desktop applications, according to a survey of 770 C-level executives and IT professionals conducted by Appcelerator, a mobile app development platform provider.
Companies large and small are looking to get into the mobile apps game, but their efforts are stymied by a shortage of software engineers with mobile development experience. According to The Wall
I keep reading about the vast opportunities in the enterprise market for the wireless industry, and, of course, they all center around spurring greater productivity among mobile workers. A recent IBM