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Mobile Business Application Adoption and Economic Experience 2011
This study examines adoption and investment trends for mobile business applications, providing data about how many organizations have mobile apps in place, how many are considering such investment, how many are in the implementation stage, and how many are expanding implementations. To give additional insight, we look at the economic experience of those that have implemented mobile apps: we examine return-on-investment experience and balance the potential ROI against the risks, measured in terms of the percentage of organizations that exceed budgets for total cost of ownership. (12 pp., 7 figs.) [Research Byte]
Instant Messaging Turns on Developers (June 2002)
According to the new Evans Data Winter 2002 Wireless Developers Survey, messaging has overtaken email as the most popular application, with almost half of all wireless developers developing messaging applications. These messaging applications include Instant Messaging (IM), SMS, and Unified Messaging. The interviews with developers who are actively engaged in wireless applications also found that the pace of wireless development continues to accelerate. The percentage of respondents who will devote 50% or more of their time to wireless applications will increase from 19% to 24% since the last Evans survey six months ago.