computing is human–computer interaction by which a computer is expected
to be transported during normal usage.
Mobile computing involves mobile
communication, mobile hardware, and mobile software.
issues include ad hoc and infrastructure networks as well as
communication properties, protocols, data formats and concrete
technologies. Hardware includes mobile devices or device components.
Mobile software deals with the characteristics and requirements of
2013, smartphone penetration in the United States will reach 57%. This
is when we cross the chasm – the majority of adult Americans will have,
in their pants, access to most of the world’s knowledge, at all times.
you make a bad decision today you’re just lazy. Whether it’s a choice
of breakfast sandwich, a car, or a dentist, content marketing
strategist or any other service, you have in the palm of your hand all
the information you need to make a good decision. When consumers fully
figure this out, it will change the rules of the game for marketers,
Bring your own Device (BYOD) is a term used to
denote the practice of employees bringing their own Smartphones and
Tablet computers to the workplace. While there are many benefits of
this practice, there are potential issues of security and
confidentiality of data that arise from this practice.
The BYOD, or bring your own device, phenomenon is taking businesses by storm --
and sometimes by surprise. But higher-ed IT departments have been dealing with
BYOD for years now. In fact, they have a thing or two to teach the business
world about effectively managing and securing an ever-changing mix of user-owned
Mobile Marketing & Boyd Management
Our Mobile Marketing & Boyd
Management course covers the following matters:
General Control Theory:
Feedback Control Systems & Management by Exception
DAS Data Acquisition Concept
DDC Direct Digital Control Concept
iOS & Android Fundamentals
Mobile App Lifecycle
Native UI and Controls
Mobile Best Practices
Secure Backend Integration
Preparing for the influx of mobile computing devices
Your Device at Risk