Top news for December 19, 2014, including cloud-based apps, AirBnB's mobile experience and the VA's tablet deployment.
It's no secret that the IT workforce isn't producing enough skilled mobile application developers to keep up with demand. That fact may be behind the findings of a new study, which says poor user experiences are the leading cause of enterprise mobile app failures.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, Dec. 10, including Apple and IBM unveiling first 10 mobile apps for the enterprise, Canvas receiving $9 million to develop enterprise mobile app platform, inconspicuous wearables by 2017, the convergence of mobile and wireline seen in network managed services and the iPhone 6's contribution to the smartphone market in the third quarter.
Enterprise mobility is front and center for CIOs, but many don't fully understand its role in the digital workplace. There are several common misconceptions about enterprise mobility, and here is what you need to know about them.
Enterprises are focusing their mobility investments on mobile apps to improve employee productivity, according to a study by the Enterprise Mobility Exchange, an online community for mobility pros.
Many companies have failed to change their internal communications to reflect the ongoing mobile revolution in communication technology according to an infographic prepared by Our Social Times and BroadVision.
When it comes to mobile applications development, IT departments need all the help they can get. A new service from IBM gives CIOs insights into how their mobile apps are performing from both a speed and user experience perspective.
CIOs think that mobile app development takes too long and costs too much, according to a survey by mobile back-end-as-a-service provider Kinvey.
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 are ways for turning lemons into lemonade when it comes to BYOD program hurdles. Here are five recipes for success.