Today's PCs Are Smartphones & Tablets

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Today's PCs Are Smartphones & Tablets

  1. 1. @ToddOgasawara – {Project+}<br />2011.08.11<br />For AIIM Aloha Chapter<br />2011 Personal Computer =Phone + Tablet<br />
  2. 2. http://dilbert.com/2011-08-03/<br />Copyright 2011 Universal Uclick<br />8/11/11<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Happy 30th Birthday IBM PC!<br />Born: August 12, 1981<br />Image courtesy: http://oldcomputers.net/ibm5150.html<br />8/11/11<br />3<br />
  4. 4. 8/11/11<br />4<br />…while PCs will continue to be much-used devices, they're no longer at the leading edge of computing. They're going the way of the vacuum tube, typewriter, vinyl records, CRT and incandescent light bulbs.<br />I, personally, have moved beyond the PC...My primary computer now is a tablet. (Aug. 10, 2011)<br />Mark Dean. One of the 12 engineers who designed the IBM PC and the chief engineer of the IBM PC/AT design team.<br />http://bit.ly/nptibP<br />
  5. 5. Todd Ogasawara<br />Todd@MobileViews.com<br />Co-Editor, SocialTimes.com Mobile Vertical<br />Senior Contributor, BYTE<br />Coordinating Member:Project+A federated consulting group<br />8/11/11<br />5<br />
  6. 6. Todd Ogasawara<br />SocialTimes.com<br />http://socialtimes.com/category/mobile<br />BYTE<br />http://www.informationweek.com/byte/authors/7070<br />O’Reilly Media<br />http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/au/1231<br />OgasaWalrus<br />http://ogasawalrus.com/myblog/<br />8/11/11<br />6<br />
  7. 7. Computing’s Past 60+ Years<br />1950-1980<br />1970-1990<br />1980-2000<br />1980-2010<br />1990-2010<br />2005-?<br />Mainframe<br />Mini-computer<br />Workstation<br />Personal Computer<br />Notebook Computer<br />Smartphones & Tablets<br />8/11/11<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Trends<br />8/11/11<br />8<br />
  9. 9. The Rise & Fall of Newspapers<br />Newspaper circulation in 2008 dropped to 1945 level<br />1945 U.S. pop. 140M<br />2008 U.S. pop. 312M<br />220% more people<br />Newspaper circulation in 2020 will be about the same as 1940.<br />Source: Newspaper Association ofAmerica<br />8/11/11<br />9<br />
  10. 10. Communications Shifts<br />10<br />Source: FCC p. 16 of 2008 Trends in Telephone Service Report<br />http://fcc.us/qBQvnB<br />8/11/11<br />
  11. 11. Communications Shifts: Mobile<br />11<br />4.3% increase in households wireless only 2008 to 2009<br />43.1% of adults renting homes only have wireless phone service<br />24.5% of U.S. households do not have landline phone service<br />22.9% of adults only have wireless phone service<br />1.7% of adults have no phone service<br />Source National Center for Health Statistics/CDC, 2009http://1.usa.gov/qkEu9V<br />8/11/11<br />
  12. 12. Wireless Only Households by Age<br />12<br />Source: NCHS/CDC<br />8/11/11<br />
  13. 13. Communications Shifts: Mobile<br />13<br />59% of adults access Internet wirelessly from notebook or phone (51% in 2009)<br />47% of adults access Internet with notebook using WiFi or 3G card (39% in 2009)<br />40% access Internet (including email & IM) from phone (32% in 2009)<br />Source Pew Internet: http://bit.ly/pehcP2<br />8/11/11<br />
  14. 14. What does all this mean?<br />8/11/11<br />14<br />
  15. 15. Pew Internet Smartphone Use Survey (2011)<br />Between 30 and 40% of surveyed say they have a smartphone. Of these:<br />87% access the Internet or email<br />68% go online daily<br />25% go online mostly using a smartphone<br />http://bit.ly/nAgjxH<br />8/11/11<br />15<br />
  16. 16. Google: Mobile Ads Trends (2011)<br />85% of mobile devices will be web enabled by 2012<br />Mobile search grew by 400% in the past year<br />33% of search have local intent<br />59% of people visit a local store after searching for it on a mobile device<br />August 2011<br />http://bit.ly/qI09YE<br />8/11/11<br />16<br />
  17. 17. Portfolio.com SMB Survey (2011)<br />71% of SMB employees use mobile technology to work outside of the office<br />Mobile-fluent firms earn $10.8 million annually<br />Mobile laggards firms earn $5.7 million<br />http://rww.to/rkhBy8<br />8/11/11<br />17<br />
  18. 18. Guardian UK:Africa's mobile economic revolution<br />50% of people in Africa (1 billion) have a cell phone<br />2005 London Business School study:Forevery additional 10 mobile phones per 100 people in a developing country, GDP rises by 0.5%.<br />http://bit.ly/ptFlUM<br />8/11/11<br />18<br />
  19. 19. Thank you!<br />@ToddOgasawara<br />http://OgasaWalrus.com/myblog<br />[Font: Courier New]<br />8/11/11<br />19<br />

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