Digital mobility drives you – You drive digital mobility
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Digital mobility is perhaps the most important trend since the term Web 2.0 was first coined. Mobility enables consumers and the workforce to interact with, and contribute to, sources of information, knowledge, content creation and entertainment—anywhere, anytime.
The digital channel has already touched all industries and is dramatically enhancing the ways that companies conduct business and consumers buy goods and entertain themselves. New experiential technologies and applications continue to burst onto the scene, driving new growth opportunities with lots to look forward to in 2011 and beyond.
The following white paper, written by Dr. David Jacobson, Director – Emerging Technologies in PwC’s Technology Consulting practice, discusses some of the leading trends in digital mobility and their importance to the future of your company or organization.
Download the report here.
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1 Source: Kennedy; “Business Advisory Services Marketplace 2009-2011″ ©BNA Subsidiaries, LLC. Reproduced under license.
2 Source: Acquisitions Monthly Awards 2010
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