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The intersection of Mobile web and cloud computing

The intersection of Mobile web and cloud computing

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Mobile Cloud Computing Mobile Cloud Computing Presentation Transcript

  • MOBILE CLOUD COMPUTING
    • Simeon Oriko
    • 3rd Year student at University of Eastern Africa, Baraton (UEAB)
    • Microsoft Student Partner
    • http://twitter.com/mtotowajirani
  • http://twitter.com/mtotowajirani
  • How do we give people access to information and other resources that will enable them be all they can be?
  • MOBILE CLOUD COMPUTING
  • 1 + 1 = 2
    Mobile Web + Cloud Computing =
    Mobile Cloud Computing
  • i
    mobile web
  • Mobile phones are not the same as desktop computers
  • The complexity of the mobile world
    • Multiple Operating Systems
    • Multiple browsers
    • Multiple devices etc
  • Four major problems of the mobile web:
    • Limited memory and storage
    • Small display screens
    • Flaky browsers
    • Flaky connections
  • 1. Limited memory and storage
    • Processing power
    • Various data formats
    • Depends on the device
    • Data storage
    • Storage is expensive
    • Interoperability issues
  • 2. Small display screens
    • Desktop version websites are optimized for 1024 x 768 pixels.
    • There’s no way that will fit on a mobile browser.
  • Small display screens
    • Solution lies in the realms of graphic and interaction design.
    • Technical solutions exist using CSS and Javascript.
  • 3. Flaky Browsers
    • There are MANY mobile browsers!
    • They all vary in standards and modes of rendering.
    • Most are downloaded and tied to the devices performance.
  • Mobile Browsers
    • Top Level:
    • Android webkit, Safari, Opera Mobile
    • Mid Level:
    • S60 Webkit, Opera mini, Blackberry
    • Bottom Level:
    • NetFront, IE Mobile (old)
    • Other Browsers:
    • Iris, Bolt, Skyfire, Obigo, Fennec, Teashark etc
  • 4. Flaky Connections
    • Spotty outside urban areas
    …that’s about it!
    • Technical solutions using HTML5
  • Solutions:
    • Take data processing away from the mobile phone and into the cloud.
    • Create a common platform that all mobile phones (try to) share in common e.g. mobile web, sms and ussd.
  • MOBILE CLOUD COMPUTING
  • Definition of POTENTIAL
    • 1998: 3.9 BILLION Mobile Subscribers!
    • 42.8 MILLION Mobile Cloud Computing Subscribers!
    • 2014: 5.2 BILLION Mobile Subscribers!!
    • 998 MILLION Mobile Cloud Computing Subscribers!!!
    • The power (and beauty) of this is the number of users this concept has the power to reach…especially in Africa!!!!
    • Take note: CONCEPT not TECHNOLOGY
  • Mobile Cloud Computing
    • Concept
    • Suitability
    • Technology
    • Attitude
  • 1. Concept
    Innovation
    Bespoke
    Products
    Services
  • 2. Suitability
    • Ubiquity – Something novel to something common.
    • Certainty – Something little known to something everybody knows and loves.
  • 3. Technology
    “We have the technology!”
  • 4. Attitude
    • Willingness to use it
    • Africa needs this!
  • What will Mobile Cloud Computing look like?
    • Smartphones will increase in percentage.
    • Feature phones will become more sophisticated.
    • Lower end phones will be the driving force.
  • What will Mobile Cloud Computing look like?
    • Apps will be of two types:
    • Native apps
    • Web apps
  • What will Mobile Cloud Computing look like?
    • Faster mobile networks.
    • Improved network connectivity outside urban areas.
  • KUYU
    …be all you can be…
  • Simeon Oriko
    oriko.simeon@gmail.com