Peter Rysavy, May 16, 2013
Among nearly 900 qualified respondents to our poll, 71% say m-commerce is very or extremely important to the future of their organizations. However, just 26% have comprehensive strategies in place now. That spells opportunity.
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Peter Rysavy, Dec 20, 2012
Exclusive research of 230 IT pros and 68 carriers providing 4G services shows that while customers are pleased with service now, the future looks far less certain.
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Peter Rysavy, Apr 3, 2012
Long Term Evolution is global, it's fast, and it's available now on 57 networks in 34 countries. Too bad it faces significant obstacles.
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Peter Rysavy, Mar 16, 2012
Long Term Evolution is global 4G. It's available on 57 networks in 34 countries, according to wireless industry advocate 4G Americas, with 100 networks in total expected by the end of this year. It's fast, and it could help IT fulfill mobility challenges. Too bad it faces significant obstacles.
Peter Rysavy, Nov 8, 2011
When carriers off-load traffic, security is affected.
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Peter Rysavy, Oct 13, 2011
U.S. carriers see Wi-Fi as a helper technology for off-loading rapidly escalating data demand; elsewhere, carriers are deploying mesh 11n networks for off-load. What does all this mean for enterprise IT teams trying to control costs and make the most of mobility? For starters, we need to keep tabs on unified security/ encryption, who’s actually building the mesh, and the crude handoffs between 3G/4G and Wi-Fi. We’ll explore trends in the technologies that are, together, the backbone of mobility.
Peter Rysavy, Jan 7, 2011
Once a niche area, mobile applications are becoming strategic tools for companies trying to make employees more efficient, better service customers and become more competitive in today’s global markets. Getting to a high level of mobilization, however, is surprisingly difficult. In this report, we’ll showcase some trends and discuss ongoing challenges, such as accommodating multiple mobile platforms, dealing with security and accessing disparate back-end data sources.
Peter Rysavy, Jul 1, 2010
Given the increasing mobilization of enterprise applications, it's time to put policies in place to ensure proper governance and keep costs under control. Follow our guidelines.
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Peter Rysavy, Feb 9, 2010
No matter how smart smartphones get, we're still stuck with tiny screens and unwieldy input mechanisms. It's time for a change, and that's where the emerging category of in-between devices like netbooks, smartbooks, and mobile Internet devices comes in. Here's what you need to pay attention to as you consider your next mobile move.
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