Android, Windows, iOS or BlackBerry? Research reveals favourites of IT team and users

John Leonard
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iOS and Android are the most popular yet also the most problematic mobile operating systems for IT

Because of the lack of standardisation and interoperability between platforms, many organisations need to choose between a native, web or hybrid approach to mobile app development. A platform-agnos...

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