Mobile Trends, Drivers and Challenges

By Samuel Greengard
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    Mobile Trends, Drivers and Challenges

    Mobile Trends, Drivers and Challenges

    This report on enterprise mobility delivers insights into omnichannel, consumerization, emerging use cases and barriers to becoming a mobile-first enterprise.

Business transformation isn't a buzzword, and nowhere is the concept more apropos than in the mobile arena, where advances and changes are taking place at a rapid and often disorienting rate. Enterprise software firm Aternity recently released its "2016 Mobile Playbook," which draws on industry research from VDC Research, Intellyx, ESG and others to explore how mobility is playing out in both the consumer and business spaces. The playbook covers key trends, drivers and challenges. The report delivers insights into topics such as omnichannel, consumerization, and emerging and evolving use cases across various industries, along with a look at the barriers to becoming a mobile-first enterprise and taking digital transformation to a new level. Says report contributor, Eric Klein, director of enterprise mobility at VDC Research: "In order for your IT organization to be more responsive, it must adopt an architecture that can support modern application development techniques." Here's a look at some of the key findings and conclusions of the mobility report.

This article was originally published on 2016-08-10
Samuel Greengard writes about business and technology for Baseline, CIO Insight and other publications. His most recent book is The Internet of Things (MIT Press, 2015).
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