Top 10 Headlines of Q3

By Lori Castle, Editor in Chief — October 07, 2013

If you want to know what’s running the enterprise today, just take a look at the most popular articles from the last quarter. It’s all about tablets and apps. As seen in story No. 10, ABI Research estimates that the value of the mobile app market will be $27 billion by the end of 2013.

So far smartphone app revenue is much greater than that of app revenue from tablets according to ABI. However, “Tablet revenues are quickly catching up and it is projected tablet app revenues will overtake smartphones by 2017.”

Research from AnyPresence  found that companies are deploying at least one mobile app, with about 75% expect to deploy three or more applications in 2013 and 38% percent will deploy six or more this year.

The report that came in at No. 5 also shows that tablets and apps are key imperatives for the future of business. Author Chris Hazelton, Research Director Mobile & Wireless, 451 Research, said, “Management and development tools will need to support multiple native and Web-based platforms. And as user preferences are increasingly a determining factor in decisions to adopt technology, it is imperative that IT build, buy or rent infrastructure that provides flexibility to adapt as these user preferences change—and nowhere is this more critical than with tablets.”

Plus, if you want to know where the mobile tech jobs are going to be in the future, check out article No. 7.  And if you are feeling a little paranoid after the Snowden revelations, No. 8 will help you find out if anyone is accessing your smartphone.

  1. Mobile Application Management
    Learn how to build towards MAM, where device management fits in and figure out how to think ahead of BYOD, making the best use of mobility with flexible data protection. (Downloadable report)
  2. Scorecard for Mobile App Platforms
    Preliminary survey data showed that there is a clear correlation between the leading platforms and the degree to which their customers are calculating ROI. 
  3. Enterprises: Prepare for iOS 7
    Apple put work into updating and adding new features and capabilities that will make it easier for organizations to maintain security and foster collaboration —without compromising the user experience
  4. State of the Enterprise Tablet Market
    As the tablet and the business applications that power it continue to evolve, the tablet’s role in the enterprise will continue to expand. Where is this market is going to have the greatest impact? (Downloadable report)
  5. Tablets Shift From Consumption To Creation
    Surfing? Who’s using a tablet just to browse the web? Today’s mobile employee (and enterprise) demands more — using the form factor to annotate and collaborate.
  6. Salary Snapshot
    Comp is flat for some, but the demand for mobile talent is on the rise.
  7. Is your Phone Being tapped?
    How can you tell if your phone has been compromised? And if you can tell, what can you do about it? Are corporate secrets at risk?
  8. The Next Generation Mobile Platform
    With a new "class" of mobile app technology emerging, IT has the opportunity to transform from gatekeepers to mobile champions and business leaders.
  9. Apps, Apps Everywhere
    How many apps is your company building? How many are your employees bringing? What’s the platform?
  1. Checklist for the Occasionally Connected App
    Enterprise mobility applications must enable users to perform their business functions wherever they may be, whether they're connected or not. Here are four things to consider.


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