Selasa, 03 Januari 2012

Mobile Cloud

Cloud computing set to drive tech sector: Chang
Taipei Times
Mobile devices with cloud computing capabilities will drive the technology industry in the coming years and enhance business productivity, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC, 台積電) chairman Morris Chang (張忠謀) said yesterday. ...
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What will 2012 bring to mobile?
Nokia Conversations
The promise of cloud services has yet to be fully realised on mobile phones, too, because data rates have been too slow. The whole concept of attachments ought to wither away once access to the real documents, pictures and videos on a cloud server is ...
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Chine: OnStar Launches Mobile Application II
And to improve the service quality, the leading provider of telematics services in China has just unveiled Mobile Application II – Turn-by-Turn Navigation. The cloud-basedmobile application allows users to locate a point of interest on their mobile ...
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Features of Microsoft Office 365 for Cloud
This upgrade of Microsoft Business Productivity Online Standard Suite (BPOS) is based on a hybrid model, which eases the cloud deployment on premises as well as Online; thereby connecting various devices such as Tablets, PCs and mobile computing ...
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Up in the Cloud
You can access cloud applications via mobile phones, tablets, Internet enabled smart TVs, thin clients, netbooks, laptops, desktops and more. The applications will run on the Internet and if any application needs faster hardware, the computers will be ...
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Mobile operators late to enter the $45B mobile cloud services ...
The ecosystem is rapidly evolving and Mobile Cloud Services offers the opportunity for mobile operators to help cloud-based 3rd party OTT providers to ensure ...

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