Today’s law enforcement and government agencies are leveraging mobility to enable efficiency and ensure greater safety and security for the public these agencies serve.
In recent years, law enforcement agencies have turned to mobile technology to enhance wireless networks to deliver mission critical information. Other agencies have turned to software to help analyze citizen-driven information on mobile devices and crime in real-time.
IT decision makers in the public sector will face several challenges as they look for solutions in this growing mobile landscape that will help those in the line of duty. With that in mind it’s important for those decision makers to continue to support the case for innovative mobility solutions.
Read the full article: Government Agencies and the Future of Mobility
Tags: Cisco, Community Policing, future of mobility, mobility, Public Safety, security
When was the last time you looked at your mobile device? Minutes ago? Seconds ago? We can’t seem to live without them, and in the consumer space, new mobile services are popping up it seems faster than your Twitter feed can handle. Below are mobile consumer services trends from the latest VNI Service Adoption Forecast (2012 – 2017) – you can see Mobile SMS, Mobile Commerce, Mobile Video, and Mobile Social Networking are on the rise, as is the number of devices per consumer.
Many organizations are looking for ways to leverage this upward trend in mobility and innovative mobile services for business benefit – whether it be for increasing customer satisfaction and communicating how the general population wants to receive communication, or offering Wi-Fi so users are able to consume the mobile services they want.
Cisco has made a big investment in mobile location-based services (LBS) over the past year with the introduction of the Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) solution. CMX enables mobile users to adopt new innovative mobile services with an added benefit of relevance. Businesses can conduct mobile commerce, send texts, extend mobile video, or integrate mobile services with social media now based on the user’s location. Read More »
Tags: application, architectural approach, consumer, customer satisfaction, devices, ecommerce, innovation, innovative, lbs, line-of-business, location, location based services, location-based, mobile, mobile device, mobile LBS, mobile service, mobility, network, onboarding, Smart phone, social networking, trend, user experience, video, vni, wi-fi, wifi, wireless
Montpellier, France this week hosted the 35th edition of the DigiWorld Summit whose overall theme was “The digital gold mines”.
The event focused on digital innovation, especially its ability to create value with the emergence of new business models, and Cisco is a key member of the Digiworld Institute. Read More »
Tags: #DWS13, business model, Cisco, cmx, Connected, data, digital, digiworld, digiworld institute, digiworld summit, mobile, mobility, wi-fi, wifi, wireless
To read the first part of the Network Matters blog series that focuses on how IT leaders can rely on a network to simplify the process of onboarding new mobile technology, click here. To read the second part of the series that discusses how an architectural approach to mobility is essential for the Future of Mobility, click here.
The ultimate goal of business mobility is to drive better productivity, heightened customer experience, and achieve a harmonious work/life balance.
As we’ve discussed over the course of this Network Matters blog series, businesses can support and shape further adoption of this key technology and capture its full benefits by implementing the right network solutions.
It’s also important to discuss how business mobility represents an opportunity for service providers (SPs). I’m going to address three of them:
- Consumerization of IT to offer cloud-delivered mobility services at lower cost-to-serve, as well as service delivery reinvention
- New emerging and monetizable business models to support consumer desire for unique service offerings
- Consolidation of the business mobility market to provide a more integrated, end-to-end value proposition
Service providers can deepen their enterprise customer relationships by addressing pain points and meeting new enterprise mobility challenges. According to a recent Cisco whitepaper, here are some ways SPs can embrace new mobile opportunities by focusing on comprehensive network solutions.
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Tags: Cisco, cloud, future of mobility, infrastructure, mobile, mobile device, mobility, network, Service Provider, unified communications, wireless
The most wonderful time of year is upon us. With the holidays just around the corner, many will be crossing off wish lists by shopping via their laptop, tablet or smartphone. Last year I was one of those that waited until the last minute to shop for the holidays and by the time I arrived at the mall, there was virtually nothing left to buy for my nieces! I had to fight for a parking spot and was exhausted after the first half hour!
A recent prediction from e-Marketer states that online and mobile spending will increase about 15.1% year over year this November and December, showing just how quickly the Internet of Everything is enabling more e-commerce spending than ever before.
With this increase in anytime, anywhere online shopping, how are delivery companies meeting this influx in demand? How are they ensuring on-time deliveries? How are they lowering operating costs and expanding reach? Over the next few months – and coincidentally during the busiest shopping time of the year – I’ll be discussing how advances in cloud and mobility are propelling the Internet of Everything and transforming the shipping industry. And this change is starting with the customer.
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Tags: Cisco, cloud, Internet of Everything, internet of things, IoE, IoT, mobility, retail