CDN World Summit, London 2 October 2012
Carolina Olsson was one of the pannelists at the Mobile Commerce discussion in front of 100+ people last Tuesday October 2nd.
- The discussion was around the following subjects:
- What are the Drivers for Mobile Commerce? How to Support it Successfully?
- Looking at the benefits of supporting live streaming services
- How to develop mobile cloud acceleration solutions to optimise mobile e-commerce
- Enterprise services on the go and how to cater to the increased demand for these
- Achieving seamless viewing of video content across various platforms
Telco Cloud Enablers, London 26 September 2012
Magnus Jern represented the developer community talking about how developers leverage cloud services, challenges with the cloud and opportunities for telcos.
- The discussion and presentation touched on the following topics:
- Shifting from monolithic web app development
- building services and infrastructure for today’s apps to allow data flow and management within the Cloud
- How can APIs and services be made friendlier for the mobile developer?
- Recognising the importance for of interoperable APIs in user management and QoS
- Pinpointing how to turn APIs from a technical solution into a profitable steering wheel which drives business
Mobile Marketing Live, London 2 October 2012
Adam Halvorsen elaborated on our 10 rules for leveraging mobile under the following headlines:
- What do you want to achieve?
- Get the whole picture
- Be relevant
- Be yourself
- Pick the right platforms
- Uniquely Personal
- Don’t hide the app
BoxWorks, San Francisco, Tue 10/9 @ 3 PM
Jon Morris will be talking about enterprise apps and cloud how to leverage cloud services.
- BYOD (Bring Your Own App) and BYOA (Bring Your Own App) are two trends having a huge affect on the workplace of today. What are your thoughts on these two trends? Now that the genie is out of the bottle, how should a business be thinking about the balance between user choice when it comes to tools in the workplace – especially for something as personal as a mobile device – and the businesses right to control its confidential information?
- Platforms: iOS, Android, RIM, Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 – Where do you see the enterprise going? At Box the majority of the sales calls we receive still seem focused around iOS and the iPad in particular, yet Android has almost double iOS’ marketshare and growing. Will we see more Android adoption in the enterprise in 2013? What about Android tablets? What about RIM? Once the stalwart of the enterprise, they’ve seen their share of challenges lately. How do you think BlackBerry 10 will fare? And what affect might Windows 8 (the new PC/tablet OS) and Windows Phone 8 have on the enterprise, if any? Is it a two-horse race or will it become a six-horse race down the road?
- Getting Stuff Done – How does mobility enhance the current knowledge worker’s ability to get stuff done? What are some examples of businesses gaining competitive advantage through their mobile strategy? How should the IT and business leaders in the audience be thinking about mobility?
- Mobile Security – MDM, MAM, dual persona, app containers… it’s enough to make an IT leader’s head spin. How should businesses be thinking about mobile security and where do you see device security heading in the next 1-3 years?