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Mobile BI: Native App Or Browser?
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MobileAberdeen
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MobileAberdeen,
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9/15/2013 | 10:22:32 PM
re: Mobile BI: Native App Or Browser?
Chris, agree that in the long term, HTML5-based apps that either run independently or in a browser will serve 80% of the market. However, in 2013 for mission-critical enterprise mobile apps such as mobile BI, native has the upper hand for now.
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ChrisMurphy,
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9/3/2013 | 10:32:18 PM
re: Mobile BI: Native App Or Browser?
What I hear repeatedly from CIOs is they'd like to get to a single platform so browser based/HTLM5 looks like the future, but for now they're doing iOS and Android native apps. That hasn't changed much over the past year or two.


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