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Mobile Cloud dan Enterprise saat ini

[Infographic]: Mobile Cloud And Enterprises TodayWritten by  Raja Rao | 09 July 20130LinkedIndigg0 Cloud Technology is proving to be beneficial to companies in many ways. Companies, even though sceptical initially; began to accept this fast growing technology. Especially for companies with a lot of mobile workforce this technology seems to be facilitating their capabilities to some extent. Mobile and cloud technologies together are creating new market opportunities that were not available to companies before.

Menebak masa depan IoT

Present and Future Technologies for Internet of Things (IoT) - 11 July 2013 An Interesting presentation from our Future of Wireless Conference (#FWIC2013) in Cambridge earlier this month. A question being asked is what technology will be used for Internet of Things (IoT) or Internet of Everything (IoE) as its also referred to nowadays. These 3 slides below summarises what technologies are see applicable to which scenarios.

Penetrasi tablet hingga 17%

Mobile Devices Lead Electronics Purchases, Finds CEA’s Annual Ownership Study Arlington, VA – 04/22/2013 – Consumers’ desire for mobility is driving sales of tablets, smartphones, e-readers and wireless mobile hotspots, according to a new study released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. The 15th Annual Household CE Ownership and Market Potential Study also found that consumer electronics (CE) spending is up for individuals (35 percent) and households (36 percent) over the last 12 months.

Mobile Devices 
Sales of tablet computers are driving growth in the CE industry; household penetration of tablets is up 17 percent year over year. The CEA study also found household increased penetration rates for smartphones (12 percent), e-readers (10 percent) and wireless mobile hotspots (10 percent).
Year-over-Year Increase in Household Penetration RateTablet Computers17%Smartphones12%E-readers10%Wireless Mobile Hotspot10%
“For the first time in the 15 years we’ve conducted this sur…

Hal yang harus diperhatikan dalam COPE

Why the COPE model isn't a slam-dunk alternative to BYOD Robert Sheldon E-MailPrintAAAAAAinShareFacebook


Salah satu kendala dengan BYOD adalah bahwa perangkat dimiliki oleh karyawan, bukan melulu punya perusahaan. Oleh karena itu, tidak semua policy dapat dipaksakan ke perangkat tersebut.  Maka konsep Corporate Owned Personally Enabled (COPE) kembali muncul.

BYOD vs. COPE: Why corporate device ownership could make a comeback Robert Sheldon E-MailPrintAAAAAAinShare

Bergulat dengan SLA

Bicara-bicara soal SLA, bisa sampai berbusa. Ternyata, dalam keseharian kita pun, kita bergulat dengan SLA

Apa sih SLA ?

Service Level Agreement (SLA) A service level agreement (SLA) is a part of a contract where the level of service is formally defined. The SLA records a common understanding about services, priorities, responsibilities, guarantees, and warranties. Each area should have the “level of service” defined. The SLA may specify the levels of availability, serviceability, performance, operation, or other attributes of the service, such as billing. It is very common to append a Service Level Agreement to your contract with your Email Service Provider, may it be a hosted service or even an in-house solution. Why a Service Level Agreement (SLA)? With a Service level agreement a client knows the level of services to expect in combination with the price of those services. This makes it possible to evaluate those services and compare them with other email service providers. In case …

Buatlah Strategi Mobile Platform

Creating a fluid mobile platform strategy to manage mobile diversity Jack E. Gold E-MailPrintAAAAAAinShareFacebookTwitter