|By Jonas Jacobi||
|March 26, 2013 01:49 AM EDT||
We’re proud to present the Kaazing 2013 Research Study providing an insight into what IT professionals are planning in 2013 and beyond with respect to dynamic web and mobile communication.
Key global findings include:
- At 86%, an overwhelming majority of global respondents have made real-time web or data communications a priority in 2013, of which 81% agree that mobile is part of that priority.
- Security is a number one concern with respect to developing real-time data applications for web and mobile in 2013 globally.
- 78% of all respondents allocated some portion of their 2013 budget to real-time web and data communication platforms.
- Real-time monitoring, push notifications, collaboration, eCommerce and live chat ranked as the top five global applications to be enabled with two-way real-time web data delivery.