As the app market matures, a majority of businesses are seeking increased productivity from mobile apps, rather than just using them to mobilize the workforce, according to a new study. The report, "2017 Executive Enterprise Mobility," was conducted by Apperian in conjunction with CITO... Read More »
A new study reports that companies are "unprepared for risks created by vulnerabilities in internet of things applications." The report, "2017 Study on Mobile and IoT Application Security," was conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Arxan Technologies and IBM. It surveyed 593 IT and... Read More »
Demand is strong for enterprise mobile apps, but penetration is low, and few employees are satisfied with their company apps compared to their personal, non-work apps, says a new study, "Functional But Unfriendly: A UX Study of Enterprise Mobile App User Experience." "There is a large unmet appetite for apps among the... Read More »
While organizations view automated software testing as a key component of agile tech deployment, many aren't capable of implementing this capability, according to a recent survey from Zephyr. The resulting report, "How the World Tests 2016," indicates that a notable share of IT teams struggle with a lack... Read More »
Databases are vital to digital transformation, according to a new survey from NuoDB, "Benchmarking Strategic Technology Initiatives with Software Companies," and agility is also essential. As the software industry transitions from on-premises implementations to a software-as-a-service (SaaS) approach, companies are... Read More »
CIOs and other IT decision-makers are committed to increasing the frequency of software releases. However, boosting the rate of these releases often leads to eventual failures, according to a recent survey from Appvance. The resulting report, "IT Decision-Makers: State of Software Release Efficiency," indicates that security... Read More »
The most valuable developers of custom apps for your organization may not even work in the IT department. That's because the growing presence of employees and managers called "citizen developers" are creating custom apps in a very efficient and business-focused manner, according to a recent survey from FileMaker. The resulting "