Posts Tagged ‘mobile 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.
Planning and coordination for CTIA 2013 is well underway and now is your chance to get your voice into the mix. The Call for Speakers for the CTIA Thought Leadership Conference at CTIA 2013 is now open. This dynamic forum will tackle the hottest issues and topics in mobile, pushing attendees to stretch their understanding [...]
Cloud computing is rapidly shifting expectations on how data is stored, accessed and shared. Moderated by Fortune’s Michal Lev-Ram, this discussion covers cloud’s impact on the mobile workforce as well as the challenges and compelling opportunities it creates. The panelists were AT&T Business Solutions’ Andy Geisse, Airwatch’s Kevin Kiley, Medio Systems’ Rob Lilleness, Synchronoss’ Biju [...]
The blog this month is focused on mobile cloud computing and the benefits of having your mobile life accessible anytime and anywhere. While we explained what it is and how it relates to spectrum, today we’re focused on another mobile cloud advantage — energy efficiency. Mobile cloud computing is reducing energy consumption in two different [...]
Earlier this week we blogged about how the mobile cloud is transforming the way we access and use our data so no matter where you are, your information is accessible from almost any device with a broadband Internet connection. But when you make it wireless, the benefits of cloud computing get even better. With mobile [...]
With more than 50 billion devices that will connect to a mobile cloud by 2020, what exactly does “cloud computing” mean? Simply put, the “cloud” is a metaphor for apps and data storage which allows users to access this content from almost any device via the Internet. It’s as if you have the app and/or [...]
Mobile cloud computing is helping to make our businesses today more efficient, cost-effective and accessible. This month’s WOW Policy Point helps describe mobile cloud computing, it’s growth and how it can help improve business.
By 2020, it is estimated that 50 billion devices will connect to a mobile cloud. Ericsson’s Vice President of Strategy and Market Development Arpit Joshipura, tells us about the different phases of mobile cloud computing and the positive impact it can have on businesses of all sizes.