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How to take your web app mobile

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How to take your web app mobile

  1. 1. AMF Ventures provides professional consulting services that will enable your enterprise to build returns within the constraints of 1.0 and be ready to exploit opportunities created by 2.0 thinking and beyond….
  2. 3. www.mashupevent.com
  3. 4. U n Iq U e N e S s
  4. 6. Where mobile web thinking was 2006
  5. 7. mobile content Harnessing Collective Intelligence Capturing Content at the Point of inspiration Extending the web Mobile web 2.0 I am a tag my identity multilingual mobile access digital convergence mobile search AJAX/ widgets Uniquely mobile Location
  6. 8. Enablers Platform Access Device User User Device Access Platform Enablers User creates content and publishes it Content created for the user to consume Point of inspiration Sport reality family News friends holiday night out movie cartoon Adult e.g publishing e.g search e.g payment security, DRM e.g GSM WiFi UMTS e.g phone smartphone e.g hosting, integration with WWW Events Professional Editing Content creation Personal Tagging Professional capture concert music colleagues gathering Personal creation Personal capture Sport News Point of entertainment Events
  7. 9. before we do where thinking is up to…
  8. 10. let’s do what “mobile web 2.0” is not….
  9. 11. technology company service owned android mobile OS framework platform mobile broadband
  10. 12. by the way
  11. 13. I don’t care if you call mobile web 2.0
  12. 14. Mobile 2
  13. 15. Mobile 2.0
  14. 16. Next gen mobile
  15. 17. MW2
  16. 18. or any other flavour
  17. 19. what I do care about, is
  18. 20. that you engage in thinking and debate
  19. 22. so Mobile Web 2.0 is….
  20. 23. all about
  21. 24. U n Iq U e N eS s
  22. 25. The correct question is ..
  23. 26. What can you do on a mobile, that
  24. 27. you cannot do on any other platform ?
  25. 28. other platforms are…
  26. 29. WEB (internet, access, IP)
  27. 30. Broadcast (TV, radio)
  28. 31. Mobile (wi’x)
  29. 32. here is the story
  30. 33. In simple terms Data from platforms click data content my data Data analysis Value
  31. 34. If you own the data and the analysis
  32. 35. you own the value
  33. 36. to own the data, you need to have
  34. 37. control the platforms and you
  35. 38. need the cloud with a client
  36. 39. Why is Google doing what it is doing?
  37. 40. In complex terms … from the mobile Internet .. from watching TV … in front of the PC ..from engaging with a PC/Web ..spent with a mobile in your pocket … generated from a mobile device 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% % of time Value of metadata Source AMF Ventures www.amfventures.com Doing traditional stuff, search, buy, find, map etc Automated data pick up
  38. 41. so what data do “they” want?
  39. 42. context personalis ation recommend ation requirement/ enforcement/policy security trust login authent ication proof recognition/ desire/ peer pressure/ community attention location time search content create Identity access content consume purchase banking discovery reputation corporate Digital Footprint individual community inputs outputs who benefits motivation database Closed loop of feedback and improvement trade or barter billing accuracy colour intent activity advertising
  40. 43. So why is the web working and mobile not?
  41. 44. Some are part of open eco-systems
  42. 45. Some are part of closed ecosystems
  43. 46. and some are not sure!
  44. 47. device tethered generic network platform applications & content closed open proprietary All IP network deliver capture closed ecosystem open ecosystem
  45. 48. device tethered generic network platform applications & content closed open proprietary All IP network deliver capture closed ecosystem open ecosystem Mobile today ! WEB today !
  46. 49. so what?
  47. 50. who does it effect and how…
  48. 51. 2.0 thinking does effect everyone here and …
  49. 52. and every aspect of your business
  50. 53. developer & design
  51. 54. application interface and structure
  52. 55. service
  53. 56. delivery
  54. 57. trust
  55. 58. brand
  56. 59. position
  57. 60. strategy
  58. 61. regulation and policy
  59. 62. because…
  60. 63. Access is a commodity and ownership is unimportant. Value will be retained by those who get the deep and dirty in the management of complexity for getting data in, stored and out. In the New Kingdom, Loyalty is Dead, Trust is the Challenger, the Princes’ are Editors, the Princesses are Simplicity, Attention is Queen and Metadata is King.
  61. 64. how’s time?
  62. 65. There is an important question?
  63. 66. How will the “purchase decision change”
  64. 67. As you are not buying anything that you
  65. 68. You currently sell/ buy
  66. 70. ‘ Rainbow of Trust’
  67. 71. parting thoughts
  68. 72. some companies get it…
  69. 75. Why speak to Tony Fish 07808 142121 funding strategy non exec implementation knowledge workshops
  70. 76. don’t forget

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