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New Trend means New Opportunities!

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Mobility The megatrend, along with “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) and “Consumerization of IT” (CoIT), is liberating the workforce and enabling greater productivity. Plus, it isn’t losing steam any time soon. In fact, by 2016, not only will 40 percent of the workforce be mobile, two-thirds of mobile workers will own a smartphone. In fact, Gartner predicts that more than 1.6 billion smart mobile devices will have been purchased worldwide by that time.2 To begin leveraging this trend, IT leaders need to create written administrative policy detailing expectations of those using their personal devices to connect to the corporate network or access corporate data. Along with the technical capabilities to deploy and manage the necessary security on devices, IT leaders also need the means to enforce their policies and deny network or corporate data access to those who aren’t compliant.

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Who is the Richest?- Symbian, Android, iOS, or Windows Phone

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Have you ever thought who are the users of mobile phone? Who are the people who use Android and iPhone Mobile Phones?

How much people earn and how that is related to the use of mobile platform by variety of users?

 

 It links to the disposal income of mobile phone users. The following image shows the average monthly  income of a mobile phone user with respect to the platform.       

 It seems that iOS users are more willing to pay than Android users. 

 For more information please browse QLogy Website to know more about the platforms  available in  mobile space.    

 QLogy is a company dedicated to ease the customers with improving their business outcomes.

 We are an expert in mobile power.



We support variety of platforms videlicet Android, iOS, Symbian, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Java ME, Cross-platform, and Sailfish.

 

 

 

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New Technology Trend in Mobility-The Sailfish Way!

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Sailfish is a Linux-based mobile operating system developed by Jolla for use in its upcoming smartphones and can be used for any of mobile devices. Mobile phone manufacturers (e.g. Nokia, Samsung, etc.) will be able to license and use Sailfish on a phone, similarly like Android, in fact the whole Sailfish OS is to be licensed as the open source.

Sailfish will be compatible with Android apps thanks to built in Alien Dalvik layer from Myriad Group, known from running Android apps. Many Android applications will run on Jolla devices unchanged. Jolla's Sailfish OS works in a tablet too.

Jolla has already demonstrated its Sailfish SDK at the Slush Event, 2012 in Helsinki, Finland. But developers are eagerly waiting for the availability of SDK for them so that they can be a part of the open platform and start developing apps. No more wait for the things to happen as Jolla has announced on its Wiki Main page that the SDK for Sailfish will be made available early in First Quarter of 2013. This is what the original words are, “We are improving based on the feedback we have got from the community and the SDK will be available for download in early Q1 2013. Stay tuned on these shores.”

Looking forward to the day and it will be interesting how many developers show interest in this open fire. This will be a huge day for the MeeGo users as well as their community is short and will expand only if Sailfish is made compatible with MeeGo devices along with the compatibility of Sailfish apps which will depend upon the developers’ interest to do so. Also, the community needs to be dynamic.



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Social Networking:Users should Play it Safe

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With so many social networking sites these days , many of which are popular too.....be it facebook , twitter and many more getting added on .

The obvious question is how safe users actually are when using them .

These sites have  become something one cant do without , a medium of expression , communication , information availability in the virtual world.

With so much to offer also their is the negative side,the side which one does not look with inhibition unless and untill the calamity strikes , the virtual calamity of data theft , viruses, malwares , spywares , privacy attacks etc.

So how much information to share , how much not to is something that the users needs to decide , now that many of these sites have become the breeding ground for advertising as well and  users data is shared by many of these networking sites.

So Playing it safe is a must , at least users should follow the basics of changing passwords frequently , reading messages recieved with utmost scrutiny before accepting , being aware and making use of security controls provided by these social networking providers ,reading privacy agreements provided by them etc.

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ITIL WHO?

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How many times have we seen a step motherly treatment being meted out to ITIL? Pockets of resistance, rumblings, cracks. The works i would say. Most of these instances can be directly attributed to the lack of expectations management amongst the stakeholders. This has to start with commitment from top management and their vote of confidence starts with their perceptions on ITIL, in terms of the needs, benefits, the possible costs and most importantly ROI.

I was a victim of a “closed door” ITIL implementation, wherein a team of “experts” declared the processes in use as “balderdash” and unleashed on us a hailstorm of the mighty TEN (thankfully ITIL v2 spoke of only 10 processes. Imagine if we had to grapple with the 26 in question now). Even our CTO was blissfully unaware of the developments and had his mouth agape like a fish out of water (the only positive sign of a monumental “betrayal”). I joined ranks with the resistance group and we vetoed all moves we thought would infringe upon our territory. To cut a long story short it was aeons before the first process was even considered and by then a large band of the company loyalists had abandoned ship.

What we need is not just a bunch of certificate wielding, smart talking revolutionaries, but a set of missionaries who can empathise with and address the turmoil that an organization will go through whenever a shakeup is unleashed.

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