Enterprise Mobility

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This IDC blog post provides details around our latest IDC SMB Infographic

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What happens when the things we just expect to work stop working, and who's to blame? When it comes to Enterprise Mobility, leaders need to ensure that they are treating their mobility infrastructure more like the power grid than a consumer app. This goes from the data center to the device and the app running on that device.

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Earlier this year, IDC completed a comprehensive U.S.-based survey of over 400 organizations that focused on their adoption of mobile enterprise application software adoption. According to the survey, adoption of mobile applications within businesses is helping to improve customer experience and increase employee productivity. Businesses are achieving these benefits by using mobility to provide customers and employees with information access, context, and the ability to act.

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Mopria Alliance - Transforming the Mobile Print Experience

By Dinesh Srirangpatna

Mopria Alliance, is an initiative by leading hardcopy equipment and mobile device manufacturers to develop and promote standards for printing from mobile touch points such as smart phones and tablets. The founding members of Mopria Alliance are Canon, HP, Samsung and Xerox.

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With the rise of BYOD and the increasing power of cloud applications, CIOs are finding that virtually anything that they put out has to have a mobile component. Recognizing this, developers of business applications are focusing innovation on ways that companies can take advantage of end-user connectedness and mobility.

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SYSPRO -New Espresso Mobile Solution

By Scott Tiazkun

Manufacturers have been looking how to integrate mobility capabilities/features with their ERP systems. One vendor thinks it has the solution to provide the SMB manufacturing market with a mobility framework that delivers value for their clients.

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Flexible Phones Provide Form and Functionality

By Dinesh Srirangpatna

Flexible displays and phones are aiming to customize user experience. Flexibility permits phones to optimize user experience (listening and speaking), as well as, be used as fashion accessories. The new flexible light weight displays may replace paper in conventional print publication such as magazines. In addition, users may learn to navigate new gestures such as twist to complete a workflow.

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Friday amusement....courtesy Wikipedia

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Impact of $35 Tablet (Aakash) on the Mobile Eco System

By Dinesh Srirangpatna

The media tablet is roughly segmented into two markets (premium - Apple) and non premium (Amazon, Google, Barnes and Noble etc). The fastest growth is coming in at the $200 and under tablet category. While the $200 tablet is a great price, it is not affordable for many, in developing countries. Entrepreneurs in India are targeting consumers with a new category of $50 and under tablet. This dovetails nicely into IDC's 3rd platform prediction (billions of users, with millions of apps)

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IDC believes workforce mobility, the continued blurring of work and personal time, and the proliferation of affordable, highly featured smartphones and tablets are creating demand for mobile printing. Traditional IT has been slow to respond and vendors have chosen to package solutions to help business meet user needs of document access and mobile printing.

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