Posts Tagged ‘Industry Insider’
We use our mobile devices for everything, but in order to keep up with our mobile lifestyle, CTIA President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker explains why wireless companies need more spectrum. As independent reports project even more usage by consumers, spectrum is critical to more robust, faster and more advanced mobile services.
From finding hospital beds to helping people recover at home, Beecham Research CEO and Founder Robin Duke-Woolley explains the mHealth landscape and the opportunities for doctors and patients to make the health care system more effective and efficient.
By 2020, analysts predict that there will be more than 50 billion connected devices worldwide, or six devices for every single person in the world. Procon Inc.’s Director and CTO Mark Wells discusses the evolution of the Internet of Things as well as how it is affecting consumers today in areas such as healthcare and [...]
Americans make more than 400,000 wireless 911 calls every day, but wireless devices offer so much more to first responders than a phone call. CTIA Assistant Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Brian Josef discusses how wireless assists 911 operators, the current state of location services and the future of E911.
What type of data do apps collect, and how are they using them? CTIA Vice President of Privacy Debbie Matties discusses app transparency, particularly what developers should do so users understand privacy policies and how to protect their information.
AutoTech Council Executive Director Liz Kerton discusses the challenges and importance of developing apps for the connected car that promote safety and keep the driver’s attention focused on the roads.
CTIA’s Director of State Regulatory and External Affairs Matt Gerst discusses the parental control tools and features available to monitor and manage their kids’ wireless device usage on GrowingWireless.com.
American Express Group President of Enterprise Growth Dan Schulman explains the security concerns of mobile banking and payment technology and cyberthieves’ appetite for this information.