Displaying articles for: 05-13-2012 - 05-19-2012
Let me start saying that in my opinion 4G will not kill WiFi in the same way that 3G didn't. The combination of 3G/4G with WiFi provides a much stronger value proposition. So, there will be a strong interest of getting subscribers using it.
You will find answers to all opened questions in Part 1Read more...
At a recent press event in London, launching the Juniper Networks Trusted Mobility Index, I was fascinated to listen to John Smith, ICT Manager of Settle College speak about his organization’s experiences of embracing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) for the students.Read more...
With the proliferation of WiFi powered devices, many public spaces have been converted into hotspots for mobile workers, students or tourists. Today, any valued hotel, airport or even shopping mall could not be conceived without a WiFi service.
But with the eruption of 3G data some voices predicted the death of WiFi outside of homes.Read more...
This is a guest blog post. Views expressed in this post are original thoughts posted by Nushin Hernandez, Analyst at Canalys.
The survey results of Juniper Networks’ Trusted Mobility Index have highlighted just how pervasive the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend really is. Looking at the mobile device market – according to Canalys estimates worldwide smart phone shipments grew approximately 63% last year, similarly pads or tablets have seen rapid adoption, up a staggering 274% by the end of 2011. Smart phones and tablets in particular, which have conventionally been viewed as consumer devices, are increasingly making their way into corporate environments and businesses around the world are now faced with the challenge of managing a growing mobile workforce using multiple devices and multiple operating systems with increasing data consumption. These mobile devices can no longer be categorised as simply corporate or consumer. The number of personal-liable devices has grown considerably over the last year. Canalys estimates the number of personal-liable smart phones will grow at a compound annual growth rate of about 43% from 2011 through to 2015.