Elsewhere in the report:
- Nearly 50% of respondents believe that HP does not understand mobility, and 44% do not believe Oracle does, either
- 81% predict traditional companies in mature markets will be disrupted by mobile-first startups
- While mobile applications are ubiquitous in the consumer world, enterprises are just getting started: 73% of enterprises have built fewer than five applications, and 39% have none or just one
- Fifty-five percent of companies rank mobility at the top or near the top of their priorities list
- Apple's iOS and Google's Android are the top enterprise mobile platforms
- 94% predict companies will invest in capabilities to connect mobile applications to the cloud and back-end systems
- 66% plan employee-facing mobile applications
- Mobile security remains a concern, especially authentication and authorization
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