With the world becoming increasingly mobile — connected — customer expectations that business can be conducted anywhere at any time are increasing. There is no such thing as business done to a 9-5 clock.
Mobile apps have become the essential way of doing most things online. A good app is very “sticky” and will keep users but a poor app, or a poorly performing app, will lose users very quickly – gone in 60 seconds.
As another year ends, iTWire receives lots of “predictions” – most are about security, cloud, and will Trump be good for IT, let alone the world. This is a little different – good, old, mind-numbing, IT operations with a twist!
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