Report: mobile security software revenues to reach $3.7 billion by 2016

The market for security software to protect mobile devices including tablets, smartphones and feature phones will reach almost $3.7 billion by 2016 according to a new report by research firm Juniper Research (Hampshire, England). By that date enterprise and business sales will account for almost 69% of the market, according to the report.

Customer Experience Management

CEM is a strategic approach to monitoring, measuring and managing all of a customer's interactions with the service provider. This whitepaper describes the need for operators to focus on their subscribers QoE to reduce churn and sustain revenue. Register here for White Paper Download

AT&T plans wireless security service for 2012

Reuters

AT&T Inc plans to launch a wireless security srvice for consumers next year to help combat a big rise in cyber attacks on mobile devices, a top executive said.

As more people use smartphones like Apple Inc's iPhone and Google Inc's Android-based devices to download Web applications, John Stankey, the head of AT&T's enterprise business, said he had seen a big spike in security attacks on cellphones.

"Hackers always go to where there's a base of people to attack," Stankey said in an interview ahead of the Reuters Technology Media and Telecommunications Summit.

Nukona and Integer Wireless team up for wireless healthcare

As hospitals, physicians groups and other healthcare providers expand their use of smartphones and tablets, they have unique security and privacy requirements far beyond those of general enterprises. Two Southern California companies – Nukona of San Diego and Integer Wireless of Newport Beach, Calif. – Wednesday announced a relationship designed to help healthcare organizations meet those needs quickly and cost-effectively.

Remote Monitoring and Control 2011

Event: 
Date
Start Date: 
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
End Date: 
Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Nashville, Tennessee

Remote Monitoring and Control 2011 will focus on advancements for the monitoring and management of distributed equipment and facilities, remote assets, infrastructure, automated process and device networks. End users and industry experts will speak on SCADA, remote networking technology, security (cyber and physical), control, automation, onsite and back-up power, M2M, emerging wireless technology, telemetry and condition monitoring.

PTC2012: Harnessing Disruption: Global, Mobile, Social, Local

Event: 
Date
Start Date: 
Sunday, January 15, 2012
End Date: 
Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort and Spa,
Honolulu, Hawaii

“Harnessing Disruption: Global, Mobile, Social, Local,” will focus on how the confluence of global networks, mobile devices and apps, social networking and geo-location is creating huge new markets and businesses, while promising enormous social advantages.

Disruption is only the precursor to creation. Come join us in discussing, explaining, sharing and illustrating the many ways powerful global networks, ubiquitous and equally-capable mobile devices can support breakthrough new applications that create whole new industries.

UAE to limit some Blackberry services, paper says

Reuters

The United Arab Emirates will stop individuals and small businesses accessing the most private data services offered by BlackBerry, a UAE newspaper said, but the government said no services would be disrupted to any subscribers.

Only businesses with 20 or more subscriptions will be allowed to use high security accounts on the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, which allows for services such as highly secure corporate email, The National newspaper reported earlier this month.

The use of policy control to manage the delivery of video over mobile networks

When delivering video services, it is important to balance the delivery of video to users with the impact on the network. This whitepaper outlines several example approaches, briefly outlines which network technology might provide supporting functions and discusses several related issues. Register here for White Paper Download

mBlox introduces secure text message delivery product

Mobile transaction network provider mBlox last week at CTIA Wireless in Orlando, Florida, announced the launch of their secure text product for enterprises in both consumer goods and services and 
compliance-heavy industries.

The mBlox product enables firms in areas 
such as retail, financial services, and healthcare to send secure text 
messages that appear in a user's regular SMS inbox on their mobile 
device. Firms can set controls for time-defined expiration of text 
messages and can also use their own encryption controls to tailor 
privacy and security of transmission.

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