Keeping data secure in a mobile environment is not just a daunting challenge, but a critical requirement. Loss and theft of computers leaves sensitive data vulnerable, creating serious financial and legal risks.
Text-messaging, or SMS, usage is on the rise while email usage is falling. Meanwhile many more mobile phones than personal computers are sold around the world. Long story short: Marketers who want to reach consumers with targeted campaigns had better put an SMS strategy in place. mobileStorm's new white paper, "SMS Or Die," explains why mobile marketing, particularly SMS marketing, is the ideal platform to reach consumers.
There is a remarkable transformation in how people access systems and information. Mobile devices are rapidly overtaking computers as the primary information consumption means. In a recent report, The Economist has projected a growth in the number of mobile devices to reach 10 billion by 2020 and the shipment of mobile devices to be almost two times that of laptops and PCs as early as 2013.
Mobility services are frequently being positioned as part of broader application transformation offerings, enabling enterprises to support the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach, with the development of enterprise app stores and the ability to leverage personal devices for business functions.
This white paper describes software and services that accelerate and simplify the creation of internally developed or “in-house” enterprise mobile applications. It also describes how to deploy and manage these mobile apps on both company-provided and “bring-your-own” smartphones and tablet computers. Solving the complete mobile app lifecycle means transforming enterprise apps for multiscreen devices; facilitating design, testing, security, performance, management, and compliance to reach new customers and employee expectations.
Published By: Fujitsu
Published Date: Feb 01, 2018
The hallmark of the Digital Age is change – constant, rapid, and often disruptive. The computer itself has changed – from mainframe to minicomputers, personal desktops to laptops, handheld devices to mobile computers or tablets. We now have tiny embedded computers – in cars, in washing machines and even in cats and dogs. How we live our lives has changed. Virtually every activity humans engage in, is impacted by computers and that’s constantly changing, too.
No surprise then, that K-12 education was also impacted by the constant transformation of computers.
The creation of an immersive virtual setting requires students to understand the immersive visual and audio environment of the world they intend their characters to inhabit. Development of a digital story arc requires an understanding of sequence, causality, and communication of meaning to digital story viewers. An immersive digital story can be created and viewed on mobile devices, tablets, and computers by students as early as elementary school.
Virtual Digital Storytelling sits at the convergence point of empathy, social and emotional learning, engagement with community, and learning with emerging technologies.
Download today to find out how Fujitsu's suit of Augmented and Virtual Reality tools can help your business.
Published By: BehavioSec
Published Date: Sep 30, 2019
Authentication is evolving from static one-time user action, to transparent and continuous ways of validating digital identities without imposing frustration on end users. Behavioral biometrics technologies invisibly and unobtrusively authenticate users by validating the manner in which they physically interact online. Behavioral biometrics technologies learn how individual users hold mobile devices in their hands and press their fingers on the touchscreen. On computers, the system learns how users type on keyboards and move their mouse and cursor. The BehavioSec solution gathers this behavioral data and analyzes it using advanced techniques, to ensure that the user is who you expect them to be.
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