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March 1, 2012

5 Years of Smartphone Adoption: Vendor Share 2007 to 2012


source : Asymco.

In 2007 the Global Mobile Markets had started  to mature as form and feature phones had mass usage and  smartphone adoption  at that time  was lead by Industry leader Nokia.Steve Jobs launched the  iPhone on June 3, 2007, History was just about to begin.



2008 saw the market for smartphones growing as Nokia continued their market leadership with RIM,HTC and Apple were trailing by a comfortable margin.Apple's iphone had just made history in 2008 as consumer flocked to get the latest "piece of gadget"
 


The 2009 saw the market for Smartphone starting to explode with RIM and Apple consolidating  their places to move closer to Nokia. Nokia continued to maintain their lead, but  failed to understand the coming " Technology distruption"as it continued to manufacture  feature phones while the markets were turning mature.



2010 saw the Smartphone revolution turning into a mass adoption as  new generation of smartphones were lapped up in the marketplace, as newer technology and Smartphone OS like Android  and iOS created a huge changed the markets forever

Samsung and Apple led the Smartphone Battle as Samsung's Galaxy S made history, while the web was inundated with  speculation on iPhone 5  launch rumors .As of December ,2011 Apple  and Samsung  together formed 63% of Smartphone market, Nokia 's no 1 position in Mobile sales which it maintained till 2008, was history while RIM managed to do everything . to sink themselves from one disaster to another.

June 18, 2011

Tablet Usage in Canada : 40% CIO's Plan to Buy One





With the business world being reshaped by mobile technologies, companies are moving to embrace the highly portable, Internet-linked tablet computer. A recent survey produced a stunning number: 40 percent of CIOs in Canada plan to increase their use of tablets within their companies over the next two years.

Developed by Robert Half Technology and conducted by an independent research firm, nearly 300 CIOs from medium-sized businesses were interviewed in this survey—one which speaks to the future mobility of enterprise communications and activity.More organizations are discovering that tablet computers offer yet another way to increase employee mobility, while maintaining and even improving productivity|

Few tablet makers are preparing for this high adoption rate in the enterprise space. Research in Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook is an exception. This tech-spec savvy tablet is designed from the core for enterprise use, and, akin to how RIM's BlackBerry pioneered the first mobile enterprise revolution, may take charge of this one too. The key difference here, however, is that there are many more serious competitors out of the gate.|

Source: Techvibes