Over the past 5 years, the scale of mobile commerce in its various forms has grown at a remarkable rate. As more mobile computing devices -- such as smartphones and media tablets -- became available for browsing online content, the mobile commerce marketplace thrived.
For decades, technology has driven business innovation, resulting in the rise of professional services firms, technology companies and most recently, software platforms. Until the early 90s, we designed systems around single business functions – like purchasing or order management.
Looking at the 2015 outlook, the focus in the American mobile service provider marketplace is slowly shifting from smartphone devices to software applications -- it's all part of the ongoing Mobile Cloud services trend.
2013 has seen major hype in the wearable technology industry; from Google’s testing program for the Glass explorer product to Olympus's announcement it would launch smart eyeglasses. It's no surprise that Apple would follow this trend before long.
Cupid may have been an invention of the Greeks, but mobile technology is a function of modern times and more likely to be a potential savior on Valentine’s. Check out this infographic to find out how it can come to your rescue!
With the announcement of BlackBerry 10, many are wondering if the company can, once again, offer businesses something that no other phone can. BlackBerry has always offered a level of security that many businesses felt was worth investing in. Even if the phones were annoying and cumbersome, the fact that BlackBerry encrypted e-mails meant that company secrets were less likely to leak out.