Businesses are beginning to realise the importance of an innovative mobile strategy. Mobilising an organisation can prove to be a long and complex procedure, however, with the right strategy, platform and development partner in place, it can turn the most difficult of challenges into a seamless and simple process. So what opportunities do mobile tools offer a business?
Nine out of ten businesses plan to increase their investment in mobile app development in the next 12 months, according to a survey conducted by Red Hat. It has been predicted that these organisations are set to increase their expenditures on mobile applications by an average of 24%.
The 2015 Mobile Maturity Survey revealed that on average, businesses are looking to develop 21 custom apps over the next two years, which is a 40% increase over the number of custom apps developed in the last two years. So will these predictions come to fruition in 2016?
2015 has been a big year for wearable technology. It has shown signs of being a success in the consumer market but does it have a place in the enterprise? Wearables have the potential to save businesses time and money and 2016 could see this type of tech being utilised by organisations worldwide.
We're delighted to announce that B60 has been crowned Best App Developer at The 2015 Appsters Awards. The prestigious award recognises an organisation that has been exceptional in all aspects of App Development and we're thrilled that the entire team's efforts and commitment has been rewarded.
Mobile app security has always been one of the most challenging elements when developing an enterprise mobility solution. The amount of coporate data flowing to a number of connected devices can be a real concern for businesses.
B60 CEO Chris Williams spoke to Mobile Application Management (MAM) Company Apperian about the state of mobile app security in the enterprise. He shared the top 5 challenges businesses regularly face and revealed some useful tips on how to solve them:
It’s vital for enterprises to mobilise their business applications as quickly and efficiently as possible. Deploying an app across an organisation can be a complex process that’s weighed down by a number of mistakes being made along the way. It has been revealed that 50% of enterprise mobile apps will need to be either re-written or replaced within two years, so where are businesses going wrong when deploying enterprise applications?
Deploying an application with a great user experience is critical for enterprises. Whilst MEAP development is making improvements to UI and UX, developing a bespoke app for your business ensures adoption and uptake of these apps is seamless.
Last week saw the release of the new Apple TV and it’s certainly a step up from its predecessor. At first glance, it’s as if nothing has changed but thanks to a new remote control, Siri integration and the App Store, things are beginning to look promising for Apple’s revamped product.
There are a number of contributing factors for enterprises to take into consideration when deciding whether to go down a Mobile Enterprise Application Platfrom (MEAP) route or developing a bespoke app. These include the number of apps being deployed, back-end integrations and what is actually going to be commercially viable for the business.
In this latest episode of B60 TV, CEO Chris Williams and Senior Enterprise Consultant Pete Gatenby discuss MEAP vs Bespoke App Development and assess the benefits of both strategies.
B60 partners and Mobile Application Management experts Apperian recently conducted an Executive Enterprise Mobility Report and there were some interesting findings. The following infographic shows just how important mobile now is for businesses and how enterprise mobility is speeding up business processes and bringing in new revenue.