Monday, May 20, 2013

Business apps are going mobile according to CIOs

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A survey by Vanson Bourne of more than 590 global CIOs has found that while CIOs are predicting a 50% increase in the number of business apps moving to mobile in the next three years, their mobile app development teams are struggling to deliver the goods.

CIOs describe their teams as sluggish, middling or outpaced and it’s taking an average of five months to deliver new versions of mobile applications for existing mobile device updates.

The research also uncovered that CIOs made a clear choice to back Android as their mobile operating system, with 78% of organisations developing their mobile apps for this system today. Apple iOS came second, with 65% developing for it, and Windows Phone third at 52%.

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