Mobile is dramatically changing business models in practically every industry. In my role as editor of the Business Innovations blog, I’ve seen some fascinating discussions on the impact of mobile on retail, banking, healthcare, and more.
Some of the most popular articles on our site during 2012 addressed the latest mobile trends and what it takes to develop a comprehensive strategy to meet the needs of your customers, employees and business partners.
Whether you’re new to the conversation or looking to move up to “mobile 2.0” you won’t want to miss these top 10 picks on mobility.
Stay on top of the latest news and business trends with these recommendations from Jen Cohen Crompton on the top 10 news sites and blogs devoted to mobile.
Are you connected to the top #mobile influencers leading the conversation on Twitter? This list of who’s who compiled by Jen Cohen Crompton makes it easy to join the online conversation.
By 2015, more than 37% of the workforce will be mobile – that’s 1.3 billion people! Mimi Spier shares an infographic with quotable statistics on how mobile analytics is changing the retail, banking and healthcare industries.
Jen Cohen Cromption explains the BYOD trend and discusses both the business benefits and potential downsides for companies adopting a “bring your own device” strategy.
Michael Brenner summarizes the results of a Forrester study on mobile trends and how they can lead to improved customer satisfaction and lower service costs. Follow the link to the full report for more details.
Network with business professionals who share a passion for #mobile. Join the top the top 5 LinkedIn Groups for Mobility recommended by Jen Cohen Crompton.
Don’t get caught in a piecemeal, device-by-device approach to mobile. Chris Koch summarizes the recommendations of an SAP whitepaper on how to develop a comprehensive mobility strategy for your business.
Consumers in today’s mobile world expect timely responses to their needs. Milja Gillespie discusses what it means to deliver right time experiences to your customers and how it can differentiate your business.
Let’s be honest – keeping up with the conversation on mobile can be a challenge if you’re not a technical specialist. If you feel lost in a sea of acronyms, turn to Jen Cohen Crompton’s quick overview of the essential mobile terms you need to know.
Milja Gillespie shares her experience with an innovative augmented reality app from the Royal Ontario Museum during a family excursion to the “Ultimate Dinosaurs” exhibit.
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