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Press Release: MGI Research Publishes the Buyer’s Guide for Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms

San Francisco, CA, Feb 22nd 2012 –MGI Research published today the Buyer’s Guide for Mobile Enterprise Applications Platforms (MEAP). This report provides analysis and recommendations on how and when the use of Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms (MEAPs) - software development tools that create mobile applications for many devices from a single code base, can impact mobile enterprise initiatives in terms of impact on brand value, on revenue opportunities and on time-to-market.  The research highlights how leading companies are shifting their mobile apps development strategies from a one-off disposable project approach to a repeatable, high quality, industrial-grade best practice.

Analyst Event Alert: MGI Managing Director Andrew Dailey to Present on Mobile Enterprise Apps Development

Join MGI Research Managing Director Andrew M. Dailey at 10AM PT/1PM ET on January 31st 2012 as he leads an industry analyst webinar discussion on enterprise mobile apps development. Learn how leading edge companies are transforming the quality, speed and economics of their enterprise mobile apps development.

Tech Industry Interviews with an Impact

20 Questions

MGI Research, LLC announces the expansion of its tech industry coverage with the addition of the 20 Questions Interview Series. Hosted by MGI Research analysts, the 20 Questions interview sessions focus on the most disruptive trends impacting technology markets today. Guests are handpicked by MGI and serve at the executive level – e.g., CEO, CFO, CIO, CTO titles.

MGI Research IT Energy Efficiency Study Launched

Researcg IT Study LaunchedMGI Research, in collaboration with Dr. Michael Greenstone, 3M Professor of Environmental Economics at MIT, is conducting a primary research study of energy use in data centers and IT organizations, including a broad look at corporate strategies, spending intent, and user rankings of vendors and the credibility of product claims associated with energy efficiency. This landmark research project will yield invaluable insights and data on corporate budgets for energy efficiency and the growing influence of energy consumption on IT decision-making.

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