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Verizon’s Dan Mead: The Future of Mobile Commerce

Verizon Wireless President and CEO and CTIA Chairman Dan Mead discusses the company’s relationship with Isis and the tough questions the wireless industry needs to address to make mobile commerce come to life for wireless consumers.

Isis: What Do Merchants Want?

Mobile wallets offer increased convenience for consumers, but what do the merchants accepting payments want? Isis CEO Michael Abbot talks about his conversations with merchants and their requirements for a mobile payment system.

American Express: Will the Mobile Wallet Replace Plastic Cards?

Much like credit cards never completely replaced cash, the mobile wallet won’t replace credit cards anytime soon. American Express Group President of Enterprise Growth Dan Schulman discusses the mobile wallet options and the key to adoption for consumers and merchants.

Isis: Making the Mobile Wallet Simple

Isis CEO Michael Abbot talks about the biggest obstacle to taking on plastic cards and his biggest focus at the mobile commerce company: making the mobile wallet simple to use.

Freeman: Mobile IT Priorities

How does a CIO view mobile as a part of the larger IT strategy? Freeman CIO Richard Maranville discusses his priorities, including reevaluating techniques and mobile strategies often, educating the team and developing solutions with mobile in mind.

Excadel: Using the Cloud

Are you thinking about the cloud? Excadel CEO and Founder Fima Katz discusses how the cloud goes hand in hand with mobility and how companies of all sizes are implementing it in their businesses.

SpiderCloud: Deploying Small Cells

To make the mobile enterprise more productive, inside and out, SpiderCloud Wireless helps companies deploy high quality coverage through small cells. A winner of 2013 MobITS Award, SpiderCloud Wireless Chief Marketing Officer Ronny Haraldsvik talks about his company’s wireless enterprise solution.

Macheen ABC’s of BYOD

There are a number of opportunities – and challenges – when companies offer BYOD to their employees. According to Macheen Vice President of Sales and Business Development George Kanuck, these include cost limitations, security issues and his company’s mobile enterprise solution.

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