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Fact 21: 'The web is not an important part of what we do,' say a quarter of IT managers not considering mobile [Sponsored content]
Of those IT managers in organisations which aren't rethinking or redesigning their web presence to account for mobile, the reason given was "The web is not an important part of what we do," at least when it comes to the IT team, even if not the organisation as a whole
Multiscreen living is becoming normal for UK viewers, who regularly watch terrestrial TV while holding a smartphone or a tablet to tweet their reaction, or directly visit websites for information from their mobile device
Research demonstrates that when it comes to the number of users accessing organisations' websites via mobile devices, access is evenly split between Apple and Google Android.
Almost three quarters of IT staff want their organisation to offer websites and mobile apps that adapt to the screen size of the user’s device
IT professionals in organisations that aren’t rethinking their mobile web presence say the single biggest reason for this is that 'senior management does not really understand the problem'
Only one in five organisations has truly grasped the concept of the agile web using responsive websites that adapt to different device types and screen sizes
Half of those surveyed say their organisation's web presence is partially outsourced, with a further one in 10 revealing it's completely outsourced
Optimise your mobile workforce with social collaboration in the cloud
This webinar details the features of IBM Rational tools, particularly IBM Rational Rhapsody and IBM Rational Team Concert, and how they help in development of both native and hybrid mobile apps
How IBM's products help companies build, run, connect, manage and secure their mobile apps
Exploring what mobile devices businesses cater for and how their approach to mobile content really does affect their business and base of customers