Here’s the other clue to wider mobile adoption. We learned as e-commerce evolved that customers wanted to shop every way they could: buy in a store, buy online and return to a store, buy online and pick up at the store, and on and on. It’s the same with mobile. People want the ease of one device that does it all and for all their apps and files to sync in the cloud, but they enjoy different experiences with various devices.
Article about how mobile applications should not just replace desktop apps but how they should provide an additional experience for the user. Good recommendations about what you should want to achieve for your application and especially what to focus on.
Good Organizations wishing to unlock the full potential of mobility must master a wide range of technologies and skills, many of which are unfamiliar to IT staff. In today's blog post, Nick Jones, vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner, shares Gartners top 10 mobile technologies and capabilities that organizations must master in 2015 and 2016.
Good article from one of the "world's leading information technology research and advisory companies" on the future mobile technologies. Trustworthy source
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