HISTORY MOBILE PRODUCTIVITYReturn to sender: MARK FIDELMAN
Before we look FORWARDWe MUST understand the past
easy
doing what we can do today
doing what we can do today           in seconds
YET…
Nothing
and…
ANDwere the precursors for today’s      mobile tools
LIKE THIS   ONE
So, what were some of the
We highlight the ones that were                at the time.
We highlight the ones that were                at the time. LET’S GET STARTED…
1.
Can youwhat these are?
1979  ANDERSONJACOBSON AcousticModem110 baud doesn’t soundlike much today (110 bitsper second) WhereMobile 4G speeds canbe...
How manydid youget right?
Because of these precursor technologies andothers, mobile communications haveWorldwide smartphone units grew 55% year over...
HARMON.IE
2.
Can you guess these
Stereo   Records
?
Tape       Card
?
Book   Rolodex
How many did you get right?
BY THE WAY… of companies   • Stats on mobile or summarize it   25%                                       Have NO plan to d...
What are these
Need to showyour latestimages? Justwhip out thistiny 35mmslide projector.
With a price tagof $309, this‘portable’movie camerawas equippedwith 3 lenses
This instant                                         developed film                                           camera was  ...
• Briefcase • File folders • emailHow many did you get right?
TODAY, video is currently halfof all mobile traffic • Stats on mobile or summarize it35%  Mobile video  consumptionincreas...
4
MAJOR EVENT TIMELINE   1896   1960   1968   1971   1977   1993   2001   Today
DID YOU 1896Guglielmo Marconideveloped the firstwireless telegraphsystem
1960s                Have you heard ofThe IMTS, short for ImprovedMobile Telephone Service is oneof the radiotelephone sys...
Internet’s Father is born –1968Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency – US (DARPA) selectedBBN to develop the Advanced ...
Modern day eMail is born 1971The first NETWORK emailwas sent via ARPANET thusbeginning a globalphenomenon
Where did ‘cellular’ come from?1977The Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS), inventedby Bell Labs, first installed in the U...
Internet reliability improves 1993Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) established forreliable transmission over the Interne...
Microsoft’s SharePoint is born 2001Ushering in the Enterprise Content Management (ECM)era, SharePoint was typically associ...
TODAY, Wireless data growth is unprecedented        85%   Of world’s population   is covered by wireless                  ...
S0, what do all of the  Mobile productivityTechnologies add up to?
5
Each of the previous technologies provided afoundation for revolutionary new mobile solutions
iPhone   Win8   AndroidiPad
And now Social Business technology platforms are supporting Mobile
The Latest     ExampleOF COMBINING MOBILE WITH SOCIAL BUSINESS PLATFORMS…
2012LIKE THE ONE FROM HARMON.IE
HARMON.IE&      SHAREPOINTTogether at last on the iPad & iPhone
HARMON.IEworks where you work
YOUSo that you are productive no matter where you work
It’s so good,people are getting hurt…
CLICK
CONNECT WITHMARK FIDELMAN                                   Chief Social strategist                                       ...
CREDITS and information   http://www.flickr.com/photos/christianmontone/4171804306/sizes/o/in/set-   72157622842020779/   ...
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
What History Teaches us About the Next Boom in Mobile Business
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  1. 1. HISTORY MOBILE PRODUCTIVITYReturn to sender: MARK FIDELMAN
  2. 2. Before we look FORWARDWe MUST understand the past
  3. 3. easy
  4. 4. doing what we can do today
  5. 5. doing what we can do today in seconds
  6. 6. YET…
  7. 7. Nothing
  8. 8. and…
  9. 9. ANDwere the precursors for today’s mobile tools
  10. 10. LIKE THIS ONE
  11. 11. So, what were some of the
  12. 12. We highlight the ones that were at the time.
  13. 13. We highlight the ones that were at the time. LET’S GET STARTED…
  14. 14. 1.
  15. 15. Can youwhat these are?
  16. 16. 1979 ANDERSONJACOBSON AcousticModem110 baud doesn’t soundlike much today (110 bitsper second) WhereMobile 4G speeds canbe up to 1 billion bits persecond
  17. 17. How manydid youget right?
  18. 18. Because of these precursor technologies andothers, mobile communications haveWorldwide smartphone units grew 55% year over year2010 305 MILLION2011 472 MILLION2015 1 BILLION
  19. 19. HARMON.IE
  20. 20. 2.
  21. 21. Can you guess these
  22. 22. Stereo Records
  23. 23. ?
  24. 24. Tape Card
  25. 25. ?
  26. 26. Book Rolodex
  27. 27. How many did you get right?
  28. 28. BY THE WAY… of companies • Stats on mobile or summarize it 25% Have NO plan to deal with information 66% Don’t have digital explosion in orgs content governance policies
  29. 29. What are these
  30. 30. Need to showyour latestimages? Justwhip out thistiny 35mmslide projector.
  31. 31. With a price tagof $309, this‘portable’movie camerawas equippedwith 3 lenses
  32. 32. This instant developed film camera was powered by a battery built intoPolaroid 1000 Land Camera -circa 1977 the film pack.
  33. 33. • Briefcase • File folders • emailHow many did you get right?
  34. 34. TODAY, video is currently halfof all mobile traffic • Stats on mobile or summarize it35% Mobile video consumptionincrease in 2011
  35. 35. 4
  36. 36. MAJOR EVENT TIMELINE 1896 1960 1968 1971 1977 1993 2001 Today
  37. 37. DID YOU 1896Guglielmo Marconideveloped the firstwireless telegraphsystem
  38. 38. 1960s Have you heard ofThe IMTS, short for ImprovedMobile Telephone Service is oneof the radiotelephone systemsthat belong to the “0G” or ZeroGeneration pre-cellular systems.The system is just anenhancement of the existingMTS or Mobile TelephoneSystem.
  39. 39. Internet’s Father is born –1968Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency – US (DARPA) selectedBBN to develop the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network(ARPANET), the father of the modern Internet.
  40. 40. Modern day eMail is born 1971The first NETWORK emailwas sent via ARPANET thusbeginning a globalphenomenon
  41. 41. Where did ‘cellular’ come from?1977The Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS), inventedby Bell Labs, first installed in the US with geographicregions divided into ‘cells’ (i.e. cellular telephone)
  42. 42. Internet reliability improves 1993Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) established forreliable transmission over the Internet in conjunctionwith the Transport Control Protocol (TCP)
  43. 43. Microsoft’s SharePoint is born 2001Ushering in the Enterprise Content Management (ECM)era, SharePoint was typically associated with documentmanagement systems, but it is actually a much broaderplatform of web technologies, capable of beingconfigured to suit a wide range of solution areas
  44. 44. TODAY, Wireless data growth is unprecedented 85% Of world’s population is covered by wireless 3 in 5 Don’t need to be in office to be productive
  45. 45. S0, what do all of the Mobile productivityTechnologies add up to?
  46. 46. 5
  47. 47. Each of the previous technologies provided afoundation for revolutionary new mobile solutions
  48. 48. iPhone Win8 AndroidiPad
  49. 49. And now Social Business technology platforms are supporting Mobile
  50. 50. The Latest ExampleOF COMBINING MOBILE WITH SOCIAL BUSINESS PLATFORMS…
  51. 51. 2012LIKE THE ONE FROM HARMON.IE
  52. 52. HARMON.IE& SHAREPOINTTogether at last on the iPad & iPhone
  53. 53. HARMON.IEworks where you work
  54. 54. YOUSo that you are productive no matter where you work
  55. 55. It’s so good,people are getting hurt…
  56. 56. CLICK
  57. 57. CONNECT WITHMARK FIDELMAN Chief Social strategist HARMON.IEFORBES: Socialized and Mobilized
  58. 58. CREDITS and information http://www.flickr.com/photos/christianmontone/4171804306/sizes/o/in/set- 72157622842020779/ http://idm.net.au/article/008977-companies-not-coming-grips-sharepoint-governance-survey http://harmon.ie/blog/02-27-2012 http://searchcontentmanagement.techtarget.com/news/2240148478/Survey-Enterprises-lacking- strong-information-management-plan • Mobile video consumption has increased 35 percent in the last year (Nielson) • Video is currently half of all mobile data traffic (Morgan Stanley)

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