Debunking Seven Mobile App Management Myths - Slide 5

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False. In addition to deploying the app, you’ll have to update it, perhaps multiple times, and eventually decommission it. Manual loading can be cumbersome. Multiply the number of apps with the number of updates by the number of employees and you’ll very quickly end up with a management headache. There are also challenges with consumer app stores. You have no brand control, no say on the publishing process, no control over who can access your apps, and no ability to get your app to stand out from millions of others. It is also worth noting that Gartner expects 60 percent of IT organizations will have deployed private app stores by 2014.

With an exploding smart device market (1.3B units will be sold in 2015) and Gartner predicting that by 2015 mobile application development projects for smartphones and tablets will outnumber native PC projects by a ratio of 4-to-1, Nikfar Khaleeli, director of product marketing at AppCentral, has taken the time to set the record straight about seven common myths surrounding mobile app management.


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