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Re: Boom Time for Corporate Cloud Marketplaces
Posted by: Jeffrey M. Kaplan 2013-11-12 07:24:45
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The growing adoption of Bring Your Own Device policies by organizations of all sizes, across nearly every industry, has enabled corporate end-users and business units to more easily acquire apps tailored to their specific work requirements. This Bring Your Own Apps phenomenon, often referred to as the "consumerization of IT," has sparked a new round of debate among CIOs and other corporate executives about how to balance security and compliance concerns with the need to encourage end-user productivity.


Re: Boom Time for Corporate Cloud Marketplaces
Posted by: sskidmore 2013-11-12 07:56:48 In reply to: Jeffrey M. Kaplan
Jeffrey, agreed, the time for enterprise app stores is now, and the need is only going to become more urgent as more and more apps are deployed internally. In addition to the benefits you mention, organizations should also be considering platforms that support the full mobile app lifecycle from development to deployment. The enterprise app store is really just the “last mile” in terms of enterprise mobility.

Stephen Skidmore, director of product marketing at Apperian
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