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bunnylewis
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bunnylewis,
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1/10/2014 | 5:16:57 AM
Mobile strategy
I got my website updated from the Web Designers in Miami. They have used NetroCMS platform for responsive design. This has helped increase the browsers to my website thus converting to leads. So the latest mobile strategies work very well for both the business and the customer.
Suparna Rao
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Suparna Rao,
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1/8/2014 | 10:06:49 PM
Data..
Very true ! It will be an explosion of data as more and more consumers become smartphone savvy and take to their devices to research, shop and share their experiences. Enterprises must make it their priority to get actionable insights out of all this valuable data..

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Thomas Claburn
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1/7/2014 | 4:25:26 PM
Re: it has the potential!
Designing for mobile is a must. Ease of use translates into actual app usage.
Stratustician
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Stratustician,
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1/7/2014 | 2:29:49 PM
Security Security Security!
As a security folk, I can't help but weigh in about the importance of transitioning security policies to reflect how data is going to be accessed.  Currently most policies are designed to prevent access while data is used centrally, so suddenly accessing data, especially if it is cloud resident, will prove to be a bit of work for the security folks.  This is why we see both vendor solutions that protect the actual mobile devices themselves (such as creating virtual instances on the device which are corporately controlled), or solutions which allow for tagging the data itself so the policies attached to each file would dictate how it is used.
gmtrmt
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gmtrmt,
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1/7/2014 | 10:17:43 AM
it has the potential!
E-Consultancy.com did some research suggestin that having a responsive mobile friendly web design would deliver up to 100% more sales. If thats not reason enough to stick your toe in the water and at least make your website scalable then i dont know what is.


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