Enterprise applications are increasingly being moved to the cloud as organisations embrace the ‘cloud-first’ philosophy, according to F5 Networks and its recently released The State of Application Delivery in APAC 2015 survey.
The influx of low-cost or no-cost applications – easy to download and user-friendly – means rogue employees are failing to bring IT into the equation, despite the effect (and potential risks) these applications can pose on the network. SolarWinds’ Leon Adato has some tips for IT.
Although 53% of senior executives in a survey view the ‘as-a-Service’ economy as critical for their organisation, 68% of enterprises report that their core enterprise processes will not be delivered as-a-Service for five or more years.
OutSystems’ Nuno Pereira looks at the four questions you should be asking when deciding on the right mobile application architecture.
Maybank has launched two new digital banking apps, Maybank Treats and Maybank Property Finder, claiming they were the first of their kind in South-East Asia.
A new study by CA Technologies titled, DevOps: The Worst-Kept Secret to Winning in the Application Economy reveals that DevOps is seeing steady growth and delivering tangible business value for Singapore enterprises in the application economy.
HP has announced HP Mobile Center, a new on-premises software solution for testing mobile application functionality and performance across real-world network conditions on devices.
OutSystems, an enterprise Rapid Application Delivery (RAD) platform provider, believes its high-productivity PaaS for the development and delivery of enterprise web and mobile apps is going to fill a market gap that is becoming quite widespread in Asia.
In emerging economies, users are adopting smartphones as their exclusive mobile devices while in developed economies, multi-device households are becoming the norm, with tablets growing at the fastest rate of any computing device, according to Gartner.
The developer of tomorrow will need to ensure that the apps they build will be accessible from whatever type of device a user chooses, and this means having to design for mobile first, writes OutSystems’ Nuno Pereira, who looks at the challenges.