There may be a lot of buzz these days about all things mobile, but a new survey of 146 subscribers of Mobile Enterprise Magazine conducted by moTwin, a provider of a mobile application development platform, suggests that the pace of development for mobile applications in the enterprise is proceeding slowly.
The survey finds that while there is a significant amount of interest in building these applications, limited resources and a lack of expertise are forcing enterprise IT organizations to narrow the number of mobile computing application projects they can take on over the next two years.
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