More enterprises than not will use wireless applications by 2007

Summary:META Group today released its latest prognostication of where wireless applications in the enterprise are headed. The analyst firm expects 65% of enterprises to have installed some form of wireless application by 2007.

META Group today released its latest prognostication of where wireless applications in the enterprise are headed. The analyst firm expects 65% of enterprises to have installed some form of wireless application by 2007. E-mail, which is currently the most widespread wireless application, will serve merely as an entry point for companies expanding deployments to encompass other mission-critical applications. Once organizations move up the learning curve, META expects more mainstream deployments (in three to five years), primarily based on major platforms such as Java (primarily WebSphere), .Net, and SAP.

Topics: Wi-Fi

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