Citizen IT developers could compromise an IT department’s ability to do this by removing oversight.

Yes, the low-code platforms provide tools to create apps expediently and efficiently, but how secure can they really be when these developers are putting them together without an in-depth understanding of how everything functions, both independently and in relation to one another?

As Jason Bloomberg pointed out in Forbes, the 2017 Kintone survey revealed that for businesses, giving citizen IT developers access to low-code platforms is of greater importance than providing skills training. Therefore, it’s unlikely that the people depending on low code to address business needs will ever gain an understanding of what they’re doing.

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