Originally posted on Alpha Software's Blog:
ITweb, a South African clearing house site for IT information, has posted an article challenging the notion that giant legacy infrastructure is a valid reason for not providing mobile apps.
Mary K. Pratt has posted an article at Tech Target about how enterprise is meeting the strong demand for mobile apps. The basic question seems to be: Build It Yourself versus Outsourcing – or is there a hybrid approach?
Topics: Enterprise Apps
Andrew Gazdecki has posted an article at SmallBizTrends about the need for small business to jump into mobile apps - and the increasing affordability of doing so.
Topics: Mobile Apps
Malcolm Ross, VP of Product Marketing at Appian has posted an article about app cost vs quality on the Business Solutions website.
John R. Rymer, Vice President at Forrester Research who coined the term Low Code (along with his colleague Clay Richardson) was interviewed by Dave Vellante and Jeff Frick. It's a great interview as Rhymer lays out his understanding of the the great need for business app developers and the great shortage thereof.
What if you give a party and nobody showed up? That's disappointing and embarrassing. But what if you create a mobile app and nobody uses it? That is disappointing, embarrassing AND EXPENSIVE. Not a feather in your cap.
Evan Rose has posted a solid article about creating business apps that work over at Business to Community. He calls business apps "the new battleground for corporations",a description that really gets your attention. Below is a short summary, followed by a link to the full article.
Ramin Edmond, a tech writer for Tech Target, reminds us how mobile forms can save time and money now, as long as they are set up properly and securely.