100 million additional subscribers come as Google’s QUIC encryption protocol increases by 200%
REDWOOD CITY, CA 27 February 2017 – Openwave Mobility, a software innovator enabling operators to manage and monetize encrypted mobile data today announced that seven mobile operators have deployed its optimization technology, Secure Traffic Manager (STM), in the past seven months. This crowns a remarkable half-year for Openwave Mobility whose solutions have been selected by tier 1 operators in North and South America, Asia and the Middle East. These operators have a combined footprint of over 100 million subscribers. In addition, an ICT solutions provider offering services to mobile operators globally will deploy the technology in the United States.
These global deployments come at a time when OTT encryption on operator networks is rising significantly. In some parts of the world 60% of network data is encrypted and this could reach 80% before the end of 2017. STM is the only product in the industry capable of optimizing Google’s ubiquitous internet traffic protocol QUIC along with TCP and HTTPS.
Leading software developer VXL Software has launched the latest version of its device- management suite, Fusion EMM, which can now manage not only mobile devices but also desktop and laptop PCs, servers and network-connected devices.
VXL Software has released the latest version of its market-leading device-management suite, Fusion EMM. Previously aimed solely at mobile devices, Fusion EMM now incorporates the key functionality of its sister product, Fusion UDM Premium – including the ability to manage PCs, servers and network-connected devices.
According to VXL’s VP of worldwide sales, Frank Noon, this not only makes life easier for customers, it also significantly reduces costs. “The latest Fusion EMM is really two products in one,” says Noon, “mobile-device manager and fixed-device manager. Previously, this required two servers – with two sets of server licensing costs. Building the desktop-management capabilities of Fusion UDM Premium into Fusion EMM halves those costs, because only one server is needed.”
It’s the million dollar question all SEOs get asked: “why isn’t my website ranking?”. Sometimes the answer is simply that the site doesn’t offer much value and doesn’t deserve to rank; other times a website is being held back by its own technical environment, or let down by poorly thought-out content. Are you worried about your current website rankings? Don’t get yourself tied up in knots – detangle your site’s content and CMS to give yourself the best possible chances of ranking.
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We’re only a few weeks into 2017, so it is natural to ponder what the new year will bring. For many industries, it’s uncertain what the future holds. For marketing, however, it is clear cut. Based on the last half of 2016, companies have shifted their focus and begun taking advantage of powerful technologies that had largely been ignored (even though customers use them every day). In 2017, mobile marketing will rise to the top.
Up until recently, mobile development was a costly endeavor far beyond the reach of most small businesses. But a new era has emerged because of three key market developments: the adoption of mobile by major brands, the increase in companies built around Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), and, finally, the innovation of cost efficient platforms that allow financial feasibility.
First, major companies have begun using mobile technology as a form of marketing. While some create unique and compelling content that is entirely their own; others have partnered with major digital players to take advantage of their technology and market potential. Either way, apps are at the core of this revolution.
Innovative new app maximizes mobile feedback opportunities regardless of connectivity
New York, NY: 10 January 2017: Confirmit has launched Confirmit AskMe, a mobile survey app that allows participants to respond to Voice of the Customer, Voice of the Employee and Market Research surveys wherever and whenever it suits them – even without an internet connection.
Confirmit AskMe has been designed to address the ongoing challenge of survey participation by targeting the rapidly increasing population of consumers and business users who rely on smartphones as their internet tool of choice. It provides a flexible way to capture rich multimedia and text-based feedback via a single survey link, allowing respondents to choose completion online or offline by downloading the app.
Small businesses need to leverage every possible opportunity to drive revenue and minimize costs. Therefore, it makes sense to utilize apps that enhance the profitability for your company.
Here are several cloud and mobile small business app ideas that might help you drive more profit!
Customer Relationship Management
CRM is a system that you likely use to manage your entire marketing system, from prospecting to communication, and through relationship management. Many companies prefer cloud-based software solutions at this point. Additionally, a lot of the leading CRM providers offer mobile apps.
The benefit of a CRM app is that you can complete the daily customer relationship activities you perform, even while in the field. A common reason sales reps don’t like this business marketing system is the time involved. If reps can access prospect and customer accounts, input data and review files from anywhere, your selling processes are carried out much more efficiently.
Smart Watch Apps
Wearable iOS and Android devices have led to the introduction of a number of efficiency-focused smart watch apps.
Right now, companies are after making more enterprise mobile apps for their employees than before. They are trying to bring their all apps under one umbrella, as some companies have more than one mobile app. These apps are made to access the company’s files, organization of the files and collaboration between the employees.
But, as Gartner predicts in its report, the top types of apps companies are making is either a calendar app or email app or contacts app and that’s up to 91% of the times. Basically, enterprises are making apps of basic functionalities.
It could be that they don’t want to rely on a third party app or maybe they have security concerns. And thus are getting custom made apps or off-the-shelf third party apps with customizations.
Openwave Mobility CEO John Giere will present at the sixth annual Zain Technology Conference on December 7 at 15.15hrs in the Le Royal Hotel Amman, Jordan. His session is entitled “Driving Subscriber Acquisition and OTT Monetization Using Optimization”
REDWOOD CITY, CA and ZAIN TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE, Amman 5 December 2016 – Openwave Mobility, a software innovator enabling operators to manage and monetize encrypted mobile data, today announced that the company’s President and CEO, John Giere, will be sharing strategies on how mobile operators worldwide are successfully driving subscriber growth in response to the intense competitive challenge coming from the OTT (Over The Top) content providers.
Today, companies require marketing budgets as much as the cost of the whole manufacturing process. They pay media and marketing companies so much money that the MRP of the product could be many folds higher than the original manufacturing cost.
But, in today’s technologically advanced world, many ways have emerged to market your product almost for free of cost and having a really big impact compared to the high-budgeted marketing campaigns.
Mobile application today has the power to transform businesses. With the introduction of smart phones and advancements in wireless networks, mobile technology has taken a different shape. Smartphones and tablets are being accepted as corporate tools because of access to network, services and applications provided at different layers. The users want to communicate with the customers, business partners and employees in real time – at any time and from any location.
According to Gartner Inc., by the end of 2017, market demand for mobile app development services will grow at least five times faster than internal IT organizations' capacity to deliver them. Gartner forecasts mobile phone sales will reach 2.1 billion units by 2019, which will fuel demand for apps in the enterprise that meet the high performance and usability of consumer apps.