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The evolving technology and the internet has transformed strategies in B2C companies. With the recent emergence of touch screens, tablets, mobile apps, consumers demand for convenience in accessing brand or product information and more convenience when it comes to purchases.  Anyone could have the best-known brand in the world, but in a B2C or business-to-consumer world, if there is no right eCommerce infrastructure, a business could find itself rapidly running out of capital and from there, out of business. A strong brand is essential but not sufficient. Customer growth isn’t enough, as well as inventory availability and so does fast delivery. Plenty of cash would help, but who has sufficient capital nowadays? The key to success in a B2C world is to meet the exceeding consumer expectation. To be able to do that, a company should have the right combination of capabi... (more)

Mjoy Announces New Mobile Content Category

Mobile internet portal mjoy today announced an agreement with Fox Mobile Distribution (FMD)  that will enable users of its mjoy portal to enjoy content from FMD’s Jamba and Jamster mobile content services. mjoy users in more than 20 countries will have access to Fox Mobile Distribution content such as full-track music, ringtones, pictures, games and videos on their mobile handsets. mjoy users logging on to their accounts will see an icon that links from their personal mjoy deck to Jamba or Jamster portals. “We are happy to work with Fox Mobile Distribution to offer our users some of the most compelling content in the mobile entertainment industry”, says Roman Tietze, mjoy’s executive director sales & operations. “We are one of the leaders in mobile web when it comes to design and communication and we are excited to give mjoy users even more options.” This deal give... (more)

Sony Ericsson C905 8.1 Megapixel Camera Phone

The C905 is a 3G camera phone that has been designed by Sony Ericsson Mobile Phones. This handset comes with a slide opening mechanism and is member of the Sony Ericsson C range phones. The phone has a large 2.4 inches TFT QVGA color screen that works as a perfect viewfinder and weighs only 136 grams & measures 1.8cm deep by 4.9cm wide by 10.4cm tall. The phone comes in a choice of a three casing color options that include a sleek midnight black colored casing, a subtle ice silver colored casing or a sophisticated copper gold colored casing. The phoner comes with 160 megabytes of internal memory plus a memory card slot for further memory expansion. The main feature on this phone is its 8.1 megapixel camera feature that is user friendly and ensures the perfect picture is capture when using this camera phone. The user can chose the best picture and can also add to their... (more)

Ricky Devon Launches "Latest Mobile Phones UK" Journal on Ulitzer

Riky Devon launched today the "Mobile Phone Comparison Journal" on Ulitzer. Riky Devon is webmaster of the leading Mobile Phones Comparison website. He has years of experience in Internet web marketing and is now running the Mobile Phones Comparison, an online mobile phone deals comparison website. The site offers top 25 online mobile phone retailers’ regularly updated deals. Mobile Phones Comparison is top UK phones comparison website that compares latest phones contract, pay as well as simfree from various UK mobile phone retailers About Ulitzer.com Initiating content coverage on any topic or launching a magazine at Ulitzer.com  is designed to be as easy as boiling an egg and doesn't take much longer. To become a Ulitzer author, anyone can fill out a simple author profile and submit for editorial review and approval. Once you've been handed the keys, you will be ... (more)

BusinessWeek Piece on Cloud Computing Misses The Point

Steve Hamm (@stevehamm31) of BusinessWeek - pictured below -got a big article on #cloudcomputing into last week’s issue.  It rightly points out that cloud computing is the big thing and will keep us busy for the next 10 years.  Unfortunately, a lot of the article is misleading or missing key context. His first example cited is Avon’s use of a smartphone- and PC-accessible system for connecting Avon’s 150,000 “sales leaders” with their reps (sales leaders are the consultants who recruit and run other consultants/reps and get a cut of the “upline” commission).  Nothing in the article explains how this is a “cloud computing” solution.  Remote/mobile accessible applications have been around almost as long as the Internet.  The article doesn’t say, but I suspect that the system serving up all this info is a traditionally developed and deployed one sitting inside the Avo... (more)

Nokia N95 8GB on Contract Deals: A Single Device with Multiple Benefits

In this modern world, due to the advancement in the technology, many mobile phone manufacturing companies launched a number of handsets. These devices are given with various contract deals which come with several network connections. A number of offers are also provided such as various discounts, surprising gifts offers like iPod, PlayStation games, laptop and many more. The Nokia N95 8GB that comes with various contract deals, can be taken as an instance. One can buy Nokia N95 8GB with contract deals which comes with network connections such as Vodafone, Virgin-Media, Orange and many more. These network providers facilitate the individual, excellent network connectivity. This gadget facilitates messaging services such as SMS, MMS, E-mail and other IM services which can be sent to the loved ones at the costs offered by the network service providers. As far as the fe... (more)

Sybase and Verizon Team up to Manage Mobility Solutions For Enterprises Worldwide

PowerBuilder Developer's Journal Today Sybase & Verizon announced they are teaming up to enable Verizon's multinational companies to effectively manage the deployment and ongoing support of their growing mobile workforces. Business requires that organizations connect partners, suppliers, manufacturers, remote offices and remote employees directly to their systems, applications and information so they can improve customer service, bring products or services to market quicker, make better decisions and increase their organizations’ overall productivity. “As enterprises today strive to incorporate mobility to stay competitive, increase productivity and meet employee demand, they are seeing significant manageability issues across the entire organization,” said Nancy Gofus, Senior Vice President – global business products, Verizon. “Managing multiple fixed and mobile o... (more)

Mobile App or Mobile Web

Since the launch of iPhone the mobile industry has been in a flux. It has witnessed lot of innovations since then. Today, more choices are available to the user than ever before which has resulted in a fragmented market. It has complicated matters for every organization which wants to reach out to their consumers through mobile. There are too many platforms to be supported and there is no standardization. Some industry segments have not made any significant move to reach out to their consumer through mobile platform and are playing a waiting game – waiting for the technology to mature. However, travel industry cannot afford to do that. Mobile phone is a personal device – more personal than the “personal” computer. You might lend your PC to coworker or a friend for few hours but can you imagine lending your mobile phone? Travel is also a personal activity. Nobody else... (more)

Are Your Mobile Devices Working For Your Business?

In recent times, mobile devices have become quite powerful and feature rich and are getting attention from consumers and businesses alike. Faster processors, larger RAM and flash memories along with multiple communication technologies have made mobile devices suitable to deploy and run business applications. Such advancements are helping businesses embrace mobility to improve their processes thereby increasing revenues and efficiency, while lowering operational costs. Mobile device is an important component of any mobile solution. There are wide-varieties of mobile devices to choose from. Most commonly used enterprise mobile devices are based on Windows Mobile operating system from Microsoft and it has become a preferred platform used by companies around the world. Problem Windows Mobile is a feature packed and versatile operating system. There is a lot an enterpri... (more)

Mobile Cyber Security News Weekly – Week of December 1, 2013

Welcome to the Mobile Cyber Security News Weekly, our newest online newsletter. Mobile Cyber Security will focus on the most interesting news, articles and links related to mobile and cyber security, mobile malware, mobile application management, cyber warfare (and more!) that I run across each week.  I am specifically targeting market trend information. Also read Enterprise Mobility Asia News Weekly Also read Field Mobility News Weekly Also read Mobile Commerce News Weekly Also read Mobile Health News Weekly Also read Mobility News Weekly Looking for an enterprise mobility solution?  Read the Mobile Solution Directory Here! According to Tripwire, Inc. ninety-one percent of U.S. and 83 percent of U.K. respondents believe shopping on a computer provides more security than shopping on a mobile phone. Read Original Content IBM has announced it is adding eleven additional schoo... (more)

Mobile phone distraction set to become biggest killer on British roads by 2015

Friday 18 July, 2014 Road safety campaigners are warning that mobile phone distraction will become a bigger killer on the UK’s roads than drink driving by 2015. The numbers of motorists using mobile phones to make calls, texts or social media updates whilst driving has risen to epidemic levels and distracted driving is expected to be the biggest single cause of death and injuries on the roads next year as a result. This week Transport Minister Patrick McLoughlin floated the idea to double the current penalty for mobile phone use to six points on a motorist’s licence. But this won’t come into effect until the next parliament at the earliest and safety campaigners say it isn’t enough and are pressing for a one-year ban. Department for Transport figures reveal that 378 accidents specifically involving mobile phone use were reported in 2012 — more than any year on... (more)