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May 2015 Issue of App Developer Magazine Digs Deep Into IoT, Continuous Delivery, and More
Friday, May 8, 2015 by Richard Harris
Want to get your head around IoT? The May issue of App Developer Magazine focuses on helping app developers do just that, with cover article about how IoT is going to effect business developers. Of course, the issue doesn’t just focus on IoT, including a heavy dose of enterprise development news, monetization strategies, marketing techniques, localization, continuo...
The Three Success Factors for Crossing the App Delivery Chasm
Sunday, April 19, 2015 by Gottfried Sehringer
Previously, I shared the results of a recent survey of nearly 500 global IT and business executives. The findings illustrate a growing pain within IT departments and across the enterprise: 71 percent of companies aren’t equipped to meet growing internal business demand for new mobile and customer-facing applications.The problems go beyond a lack of sufficient ...
Every CIO Should Cross the App Delivery Chasm in 2015
Thursday, March 19, 2015 by Gottfried Sehringer
Across all industries, companies are transforming their business with more multi-channel and customer facing apps. This trend is increasing pressure on IT teams to deliver more applications, quicker than ever before.A recent survey of nearly 500 IT and business professionals found that the business demand for custom applications is far greater than IT’s ability to deliv...
Mendix Aims To Address “App Delivery Chasm” For Application Development
Thursday, November 20, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Mendix is a rapid application development company which recently published a report addressing “App Delivery Chasm.” The challenges today concerning a lack of developers which may cause a backlog of distributing apps within the enterprise are real. The new report indicates what really is going on with the current landscape.MassHousing CIO Charles Schiappa stated th...