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10 Trends Making Enterprise App Stores Work

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    Enterprise App Store: No Code/Low Code

    The rise of “low code” and “no code” approaches, or the ability to create applications with little or no coding experience, is complicating things in the enterprise. Suddenly, non-technical employees can create and change applications.

    This is affecting enterprise app stores. In essence, bring your own device (BYOD) has led to bring your own application and build your own application (BYOA), and the fruits of these various employee empowerment changes are on view at enterprise app stores, according to Forbes.

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10 Trends Making Enterprise App Stores Work

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    Enterprise App Store: No Code/Low Code

    The rise of “low code” and “no code” approaches, or the ability to create applications with little or no coding experience, is complicating things in the enterprise. Suddenly, non-technical employees can create and change applications.

    This is affecting enterprise app stores. In essence, bring your own device (BYOD) has led to bring your own application and build your own application (BYOA), and the fruits of these various employee empowerment changes are on view at enterprise app stores, according to Forbes.

The line between enterprise app stores and consumer app stores is not cut and dried. For instance, consumer app stores carry enterprise apps that are used in business, and have areas cordoned off for business.

For the most part, however, enterprise app stores have their own identity. Consumer app stores are notoriously porous. Organizations have far tighter control in their own app marketplaces. This is but one of the many advantages offered by enterprise app stores. This slideshow touches on the big issues affecting the enterprise application store sector.

Carl Weinschenk covers telecom for IT Business Edge. He writes about wireless technology, disaster recovery/business continuity, cellular services, the Internet of Things, machine-to-machine communications and other emerging technologies and platforms. He also covers net neutrality and related regulatory issues. Weinschenk has written about the phone companies, cable operators and related companies for decades and is senior editor of Broadband Technology Report. He can be reached at cweinsch@optonline.net and via twitter at @DailyMusicBrk.