Enterprise apps for mobile users are playing an increasingly critical role for companies, thanks to ever-expanding demand for bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives. Understandably, many organizations are accommodating this trend by directing IT to develop customized, corporate apps in-house. But there’s an alarming gap between “good intentions” and “good performance,” as too many of these apps fail to meet user expectations. To address the issues, DMI recently published a whitepaper, “How to Succeed With Enterprise Mobile Apps,” which details the many pain points, as well as prescriptive best practices to address them. We’re presenting a selection of these tips in the classic “the good, the bad and the ugly” format, to lend guidance to IT teams working on these projects.