Hybrid workers expect greater flexibility, accessibility and security, while businesses grapple with meeting these increased technology demands. These are among the findings from Cisco’s first Hybrid Work Index (HWI) based on millions of aggregated and anonymous customer datapoints.
The connected society may not have been the sole reason for the evolution of mobile devices, but it is fair to say that phones with internet connectivity are the preferred option. Smartphones are everywhere in today’s fast-paced world and there is a consensus that people are spending a significant amount more time interacting with the ubiquitous computer in their pocket.
Change has been the driving factor in the mobility space and will continue to define the sector. Increased activity and exponential growth across several nontraditional areas of mobility can be expected over the next ten years
IoT has empowered technology gadgets to customize themselves as per user preference and become an internal part of their lifestyles. This has also enabled innovation amongst the scope of these gadgets’ functionalities, leading to their multi-fold increase and usage.
Most engineers – who have not built mobile apps – assume the mobile app is a simple facade that requires less engineering effort to build and operate. Having built both types of systems: this is not the case. There is plenty of depth in building large, native, mobile applications – but often little curiosity from people not in this space. Product managers, business stakeholders, and even non-native mobile engineers rarely understand why it “takes so long” to ship something on mobile
By Gergely Orosz
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