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If any one thing is important to understand in today s enterprise wireless market, it s the context among these four primary elements: n n n n Customers System integrators Technology Usage
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The purpose of this chapter is to weave these elements together as tightly as possible such that a mosaic emerges By viewing this mosaic, you should be able to make the most informed decisions for the present and the few years ahead The latter part of this chapter will focus on where I see the matrix of these four items heading In the briefest of terms and review, it s possible to distill the single most important concept to consider with regard to these elements: n n Customers will demand financial and benefit modeling for their mobility investments System integrators will need to evolve from simply gluing third-party technology to business consultants, including the key deliverable of smart targeting on a vertical and account basis They will also need to prioritize their internal incentives, training, and reliance on the top 10 percent of their own sales staffs to provide maximum return on their own efforts and maximum return on for the investments made by the system integrator customers Technology will evolve on two key fronts: the proliferation of clients within smart buildings and the proliferation of consumer-based smartphones The former will grow IT networks by orders of magnitude and, accordingly, will afford some of the largest reductions in operating expenses Smartphones such as the Blackberry and the iPhone will provide a rich combination of lifestyle and professional work tools Usage with handheld devices will become the modern-day oracle of information on not just data points, but predictive modeling and services provided to the end user, and they will further allow work to change from a location to an event
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Perhaps the single largest difference between where we are now and where we were in the mid-1960s when DARPA first funded the precursor for the Internet is that we re looking farther ahead now There is much more discussion now about not only the Internet and its future, but how connectivity affects us in powerful ways, both for the good and the not so good I ve had the privilege of looking forward into the mobility future on an annual basis since 2004 because I ve spent most of my time in this industry with the most incredible and relevant customers, with the largest and most relevant provider of unlicensed wireless technology, and with some of the best engineers and thinkers in the IT industry I ve enjoyed casting a look a few years down the road to see what may become of the technology, the market, and mobility usage This is truly the most exciting time ever in the IT industry; the capabilities, usages, and benefits from IT and mobility are earthshaking Without mobility, we d be taking major steps backward in productivity, quality of life, and lifestyle
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By bringing various landscapes to us instead of the other way around, we can sample much more life with much greater speed and reduced expense and effort It s quite wonderful, and quite important If you believe as I do that we ve never seen a more exciting time in mobility and IT, you will enjoy a peek into the potential of this technology for the next three to five years That s about as far forward a view as can be reliably offered Reliable predictions are fairly easy for most of us in terms of what we ll see in mobility by the year 2013 Predictions much beyond that enter aggressively into the realm of speculation There is simply no way to foresee what lies that far ahead In terms of a physical lifetime, it s not that long In terms of technology, however, five years is a long time not because any single element of the future will change that much, but because the convergence of various trends makes it virtually impossible to know our future with even moderate degrees of assurance
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