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  1. What is Mobile Computing? • human–computer interaction by which a computer is expected to be transported during normal usage MDV

  2. Objective: to sell the adoption of mobile apps in order to take advantage of the expanding capabilities of mobile computing MDV

  3. IN THE BEGINNING, GOD CREATED.... Victorian Internet -- electric telegraph BTG

  4. Interface Message Processor BTG

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  18. Game Changer MDV

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  20. So what does this mean for business? MDV

  21. The Implications of Mobile Apps JRK

  22. Convenience JRK

  23. Location-based Services Examples: Virtual driver’s license Barcode scanning Treadmills at Rolfs; Outlets at the library Benefits: Physical identifiers Physical world and online world Augmented reality BTG

  24. “World Class” Implications Books – 30% of all products sold online E-commerce – 5% or less of overall sales Physical world – money BTG

  25. Offline Retailers • Tailor deals • Establish relationships • Conversion Rate • Fashion: 20% • Electronics: 40% BTG

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  28. AT&T Game Mechanics Starbucks, Sephora, Gap Campbell’s Soup, Pepsi Macy’s, Best Buy, American Eagle InCase, TOMS Shoes H&M, Pantene BTG

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  30. Within first three months of launch, over 100,000 downloads and $1 million dollars worth of pizza • Now it accounts for over half the companies pizzas ordered and generates about $500 million in revenue MDV

  31. The Implications of Mobile Apps BTG

  32. Dilution of Products/Brands BTG

  33. Quality of Connectivity No signal! JRK

  34. Privacy and Security • Privacy • Foursquare, Facebook Locator, Google Latitude • Weaker Security • exploit weaknesses related to smartphones that can come from means of communication like SMS, MMS, wifinetworks, and GSM. MDV

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  36. Advertising JRK

  37. Gaming Paid Gaming Apps JRK

  38. Brokerage & “situational shopping” “We want consumers to engage even when they don't have a purchase in mind.” --Steve Yankovich (VP of mobile platforms, eBay) JRK

  39. Retailing JRK

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  41. Banking JRK

  42. Go To Market Create Value Apply what is known Find the money BTG

  43. VS. Half a million mobile apps Big studio games, kids’ edutainment, interactive books BTG

  44. http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/technolog/android-iphone-its-two-horse-race-125203http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/technolog/android-iphone-its-two-horse-race-125203 BTG

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