Mobile in 2015

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A brief high-level look at how mobile computing may be in 2015.

Starting with a brief look at today, we then go on to look at the Platforms, People, and Progress that will define mobility in 2015.

This talk was delivered recently Dan Lewis at JBoye Philadelphia 2012.

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Mobile in 2015

  1. 1. What a Difference 1000 Days will Make
  2. 2. The Judge Group is a $300 million privately owned professional services firm specializing in technologyconsulting, staffing solutions and corporate training. As a global services provider, our solutions aresuccessfully delivered through an annual workforce of 4,500 professionals and a network of over 30practice offices globally.Founded: 1970 by Martin E. Judge, Jr.Revenue: Over $300 million in annual revenuesU.S. Locations: Arlington, Atlanta, Bentonville, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Conshohocken (HQ),Dallas, DC Metro, Denver, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Myers, Houston, Jacksonville, King of Prussia, LosAngeles, Matawan, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, New York City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Providence, St.Louis, San Francisco, Santa Clara, TampaInternational: Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Toronto
  3. 3. Team • App Development • Judge employees over 60 IT professionals working onTechnical • Mobile Management mobile projects both internally and for clients in aConsulting Solutions • Mobile Strategy variety of industries around the globe • The team ranges from Project Managers to QA Testers to Mobile Application Developers, both • Project Managers Native (iOS and Android) and Web • Native and Web Staffing DevelopersSolutions • QA Testers Success Stories • Managed Services • Mobile Banking Strategy and Development • Mobile Project Management Development • Mobile CRM Development • Mobile Intranet DevelopmentCorporate • End User Training • On-Premise Mobile Device Management Training • Mobile Development • On-Site Mobile Development Training • SaaS Mobile Device Management
  4. 4. Where are we today?
  5. 5.  iOS and Android Dominance Symbian and BlackBerry on the way out Windows behind the curve Tablets on the rise Expectations of mobility Native vs. Web
  6. 6. Pillars of Mobility EvolutionPlatforms People Progress
  7. 7. The devices, networks, operating systems that we use
  8. 8.  Adaptive Immersive Nimble Robust
  9. 9. It’s all about the context
  10. 10. The mobiledevice hasbecome anextension ofour being
  11. 11. Source: Google Project Glass
  12. 12. Lack ofspeed hasbeenholdingus back
  13. 13. 4G LTE will take hold of the developing world Projected Average Mobile Network Connection Speeds (in kbps) by Region and Country 1555 Middle East and Africa 206 2228 Central and Eastern Europe 396 4163 Western Europe 1196 4923 North America 1712 1082 Latin America 227 1697 Asia Pacific 497 4102 Global speed: Smartphones 1829 1908 Global speed: All handsets 504 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 2015 2014 2013 2012Source: Cisco VNI Mobile, 2012Current and historical speeds are based on data from Cisco’s GiST (Global Internet Speed Test) application and Ookla’s Speedtest. Forwardprojections for mobile data speeds are based on third-party forecasts for the relative proportions of 2G, 3G, 3.5G, and 4G among mobileconnections through 2016. For more information about Cisco GIST, please visit http://ciscovni.com/gist/index.html.
  14. 14. Betterecosystemssupportmore loyalusers
  15. 15. Source: Newzoo – April 2012
  16. 16. All of us who use the mobile devices, networks, and applications
  17. 17. What people are buying Base: Worldwide Smart Device Shipments– Historical and Forecast 2010-2015 1200 1000 Millions of Units 800 Media Tablets 600 PCs Smartphones 400 200 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Forecast Forecast Forecast ForecastSource: IDC – March 28, 2012 – Worldwide QuarterlyMedia Tablet Tracker, PC Tracker, and SmartphoneTracker
  18. 18. Social VideoLocation
  19. 19. MarketingFeedback Transaction
  20. 20. Channel Transparency Partner ContextualInteractions Automation
  21. 21. Empowerment& Productivity Errors & Delays
  22. 22. The disruptions that are the catalysts for change
  23. 23. And over 1,000,000,000 HTML5-capable smartphonesand media tablets will ship that same year! (IDC - March 2012)
  24. 24. Digital (GSM/CDMA)Bluetooth802.11 (Wi-Fi)SMS3G (EVDO/HSPA)CameraApp StoresGPSStandards-Compliant Web Browsers4G (WiMax/LTE)Touchscreens
  25. 25.  LTE VoIP Near-Field Communication ???
  26. 26. Mobile in 2015 • Platforms • People • Progress
  27. 27. Dan LewisThe Judge GroupMobility ConsultingStay in touch:dlewis@judge.com@DanTheITManLinkedin.com/DanTheITMan

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