Saran, Cliff
March 2010
Computer Weekly;3/9/2010, p52
Trade Publication
The article reports that according to a new report from analyst firm Jupiter Research, cloud computing-based mobile applications are becoming popular as collaborative applications have become ever more important for businesses. It says that the number of enterprise customers using mobile cloud-based applications will increase up to 130 million by the year 2014. It also says that the success of Apple Inc.'s iPhone and App Store has benefited the market for enterprise mobile applications.


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