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Presented at the 2011 Forever Wired Conference

Presented at the 2011 Forever Wired Conference

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  • 1. Mobile ComputingAn overview of Mobile Technologies & Round-Up of Mobile Apps Presented by Jeff Yette Sales Engineer, Slic Network Solutions Presentation Available at: http://www.slideshare.net/jeffyette
  • 2. OutlineDevicesAccessoriesApplicationsMobile Apps vs. Mobile WebsiteSwap-Shop (tell me your story)
  • 3. Devices - NetbooksNetbooks (aka mini laptops) ● Typically 7-10” screen ● Variety of Operating Systems ● Frequently have solid state storage (no moving parts)http://reviews.cnet.com/best-netbooks
  • 4. Netbooks – Pros & ConsPros - ● Small Form Factor ● Familiar Operating System & Applications ● Have Traditional ports such as USBCons ● Poor Battery Life ● Small Keyboard - unfcomfortable for many people ● Limited Processing Power - not a desktop/full sized laptop replacement ● Most lack CDRom/DVD drive
  • 5. Devices – Smart PhonesSmart Phones ● 40% of US mobile phone owners have a smartphone. Expected to pass 50% by the end of 2011 (Neilsen - July 2011) ● July 2011 US smartphone users reached 82.2M (comScore) ● Smartphones sales to pass PCs in 2012 (Morgan Stanley Research) ● Three Major Platforms ● Apple (iPhone) ● Android ● Blackberry
  • 6. Devices - TabletsTablets ● Typically 7”-10” screen ● iPad vs Android ● Frequently have solid-state storage (no moving parts)Pros - ● Small ● Excellent Battery Life ● Quick Start-up TimeCons ● Lack of Input/Output Devices
  • 7. Tablets – Android vs. iPadFeature/Functionality Android or iPadSize & Weight iPadVoice Recognition AndroidMultitasking AndroidBattery Life iPadLimiteless Browsing AndroidDesktop Feel AndroidMore/Better Apps iPadFewer Restrictions iPadProne to Operator Error AndroidNumber of Users iPad
  • 8. Tablet AccessoriesExternal Keyboards ● Bluetooth Enabled ● Many Designs/Types ● Foldable ● Flexible/Rollup ● Water Resistant/Proof ● Integrated With Cases
  • 9. Tablet AccessoriesCapacitive/Conductive Styluses/Styli● Transfers Conductive Properties of Skins to Touchscreen● Good for : ● Handwriting Recongition ● Whiteboarding ● Electronic Signatures
  • 10. Road Warrior NecessitiesPower Options ● Car Charges ● Power Inverters ● $15-$300 ● 125 watts – 2,000 watts ● iPad needs 10 watts ● Dell laptop 65-100 watts ● hair dryer 400 watts low – 1400 watts highLaptop Vehicle MountsDIY - $40Manufactured - $100+
  • 11. Getting AccessConnectivity ● Mobile Broadband (3G) upto 1.5 Mbps ● Tethering ● Mobile Device (MiFi) ● Public Hotspots ● Libraries ● McDonalds ● http://v4.jiwire.com
  • 12. ApplicationsDrop Box “A free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Never email yourself a file again!” ● Cloud-based storage ● Synchronization/Back-up/Collaboration ● PC, Linux, Mac/iPad, Adroid, Blackberry ● Definable Sharing Priviledges ● Free account = 2GB, paid = 50GB, 100GB & 350GB ● Drag & Drop file “upload”
  • 13. ApplicationsGoogle Documents “Create and share your work online and access your documents from anywhere. Manage documents, spreadsheets, presentations, surveys, and more” ● Online document storage ● Mobile App available ● Offline Content Editting relatively new ● Definable Sharing Priviledges ● Free account = 1GB
  • 14. ApplicationsAnnotation Software ● Mark-up existing documents ● Good for electronic signature ● Sharing of marked-up document ● iPad/iPhone ● Neu.Annotate PDF ● Android ● Sign My Pad
  • 15. ApplicationsMicrosoft Office Replacements ● Google Docs/Google Aps ● iPad/iPhone ● Documents To Go ● iWorks ● QuickOffice ● neu.Pen ● Android ● Documents To Go ● OfficeSuite
  • 16. ApplicationsSocial Media ● Apps & Mobile Versions ● Excellent Opportunities To Update StatusTry the “Did you know?” approach
  • 17. ApplicationsQR Code ● Quick Reference Code ● URLs ● Text ● Phone Number ● i-nigma Reader (Highly Recommended) ● Make Your Own Codes: http://qrcode.kaywa.com
  • 18. Mobile App vs Mobile WebsiteMobile App ● Costly To Develop ($30,000 – mashable.com) ● Time Intensive (must be approved for market) ● Platform Specific (separate app for iPhone, Android, Blackberry)Mobile Website ● Relatively Inexpensive To Create ● Single Version CAN Support Multiple Platforms ● Easy To Provide Updates ● Instant Tracking Via Google Analytics
  • 19. Mobile Optimized Websitewww.slic.com Android iPhone iPad
  • 20. “Swap Shop” Please tell me your story …What mobile apps have you found helpful? How are you using mobile technology?
  • 21. Pleasecomplete your evaluations!

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