The limited capabilities of mass market mobile devices and the
restricted expansion of mobile applications due to mobile OS
fragmentation are the two primary barriers to the explosive growth of
mobile applications. But, asks ABI Research’s Mark Beccue, “What if you
could build applications based on web standards, move the processing
associated with the applications off of the mobile device to powerful,
centralized platforms and then use the Internet to access the
applications, in essence moving these applications into the ‘cloud’?”
On December 10, ABI Research will host a Webinar on the subject of
“Mobile Cloud Computing,” hosted by key members of the firm’s expert
consumer mobility team: Practice Director Dan Shey and Senior Analyst
Mark Beccue. It will address, among other topics, these critical
What applications, products and services could leverage mobile cloud
What are the forces driving developers towards cloud-based
applications? What are the inhibitors and limitations?
What applications have already been developed?
What companies are building the foundations of this transformative
The seventh in ABI Research’s “Stay Connected” Webinar series, this
informative and enlightening session will explore the types of mobile
cloud applications that will succeed, and the drivers and inhibitors
affecting the growth of mobile cloud computing. It will review case
studies for both consumer and enterprise applications, present ABI
Research’s thoughts on where the market is going, and offer forecasts
and recommendations for interested players.
The Webinar will take place Thursday December 10 at 11:00 US Eastern
The event is free. Please register at: http://www.abiresearch.com/webinar/register.jsp.
To understand more about the market for mobile cloud computing, please
see ABI Research’s Mobile
Cloud Computing (http://www.abiresearch.com/research/1003385)research
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Source: Business Wire