How do 100 global CIOs think their business will evolve, and what role will mobile play in this evolution. The hypothesis is that it will become even more critical in how people, applications, and data interact to deliver business results fluidly.
Read the following description of the state of business in 2025 and then rate your level of confidence in the prediction.
Looking ahead to 2025, the workforce of the future will be dispersed across many geographies and timezones. The technology stack will be more complex, consisting of more apps (both cloud and on-prem), data, devices, and transactions. However customer experience will still rule the day with expectations getting even higher for how quickly businesses can serve their needs.
The workplace of the future is widely dispersed across many geographies and timezones.
To survive / thrive, businesses of the future will have to be mobile-enabled, for employees, partners, and customers.
What do you think the state of mobile will be in the enterprise by 2025?
"You have to think like a time traveler, looking out 3-5 years from now when the server, storage or software you are deploying is still in use and the security assumptions are no longer valid. What can you realistically expect to happen in the future (faster CPUs, lower cost, and more sophisticated algorithmic attacks, for instance) and so if that were true now, how would that change your approach?"
Approximately what percentage of your mobile apps will be built (in-house) vs. bought? (The slider indicates the % of apps built in-house)
By 2025, Voice assistance will be the single most used mobile feature for employee apps / for consumer apps?