Electronic mobile payments are taking off as the use by Australians of near field communications (NFC) enabled smartphones and apps increases. However, there are emerging concerns about sharing personal information and challenges to the regulation intended to protect users, according to a new Australian Communications and Media Authority paper, Near field communications —Emerging issues in media and communications, Occasional paper 2
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Good for Enterprise provides Bangkok Bank employees with flexibility of device choice while ensuring a secure environment
AFL club Melbourne Football Club sees mobile as a key channel for building conversations between fans and sponsors
BlinkMobile Interactive, an Australian headquartered Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) provider, today announced continued international expansion with the appointment of distributors in both Brazil and South Africa providing enterprise and government agencies across Latin America and Africa with access to its award-winning mobility platform.
Consumers walking into a department store may soon be greeted by salespeople who already know their favourite colour, size, style and budget, according to a visiting international technology expert.
MYCOM, the leading independent provider of carrier-grade Service and Network Performance solutions, today announced that its NIMS-PrOptima™ performance management solution is being used in the expansion of the T-Mobile LTE network across Austria.a
Mobile Marketing software provider Cytech expands its business to Nigeria, with a new partner for its Mobile Marketing Platform.
- Partners with over 70 local and international content providers
- Introduces new mobile infotainment offerings for the Operators
Epicor Mobile Business Analyser Provides Access to Business Intelligence “On the Go” to Epicor Distribution Users
The value of mobile data and messaging revenues has exceeded voice call revenues for the first time in Australia, according to new research from emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte.
New Senior Leadership from Cisco, HP, and Motorola Brings Expertise to Drive Customer Success and Global Scale
eoStar® route accounting software package, coupled with mobile hardware and lifecycle management from Barcoding, will help national beverage distributor uncover new operational efficiencies
IT Executives report a broadening scope of roles and responsibilities, but only average competency in areas primed for growth
M-Commerce at centre of new era of mobile phones forty years after they were first introduced
Optus is embracing the much-loved Aussie tradition of BYO with today’s launch of its revamped bring your own phone (BYO) mobile plans. The range introduces month-to-month post-paid plans for customers who already have a network-unlocked mobile phone. Customers now have more flexibility with their mobile plans while taking advantage of the Optus superfast 4G network.
Vaya introduces 4G services to Australian market, knocking out competitors with price offering
mPowa, the European market leader, to turn heads at the Cartes Asia mobile payments conference in Hong Kong with its innovative white-label solution.
Good for Enterprise™ Enables Secure Collaboration and Productivity Gains on Smartphones and Tablets
Innovative mobile payments company, mPowa, solidifies its position as market-leader with experts predicting 2013 to be the year of global expansion.
Showing for the first time in Asia, Motorola GT-3 brings unprecedented channel density for Asian TV service providers; making multi-screen video delivery simple and cost-effective
According to the International Telecommunication Union , the number of mobile phones worldwide is expected to exceed the world’s population by 2014, with overall penetration rates reaching 96 percent globally by the end of this year. Consistent with the widespread adoption of mobile devices, Kroll Ontrack , the world leader in data recovery and ediscovery software, saw a 55 percent increase in mobile device recoveries for phones and tablets from 2010 to 2011, and a 161 percent increase from 2011 to 2012. With more and more people storing valuable personal and business data on their mobile devices, there is no doubt the demand for recovery when something goes wrong will continue to climb.