Originally answered Jan 25, 2018

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  1. Mobile apps designed with user interfaces that deliver the best possible mobile user experience, not just migrated versions of web applications.
  2. Mobile apps that meet the needs and expectations of mobile-savvy users, exploiting the capabilities, and addressing the limitations, of mobile devices.
  3. Tight integration with knowledge management systems, collaboration tools, and other frequently-used applications such as email, calendar, chat, etc.
  4. Useful notifications that can be turned on and off as desired.
  5. Compatibility with a wide range of mobile devices to enable the practice of BYOD (bring your own device).

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