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Mobile World Congress 2015 Recap - Day Four

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  1. 1. 1#MWC15 Takeaways From Mobile World Congress Day Four March 5, 2015 #MWC15 #IBMmobile
  2. 2. 2#MWC15
  3. 3. 3#MWC15 Day Four The closing day of this year’s Mobile World Congress wrapped up with characteristically vast and ambitious themes, including enterprise mobility, global accessibility, and the Internet of Things. The transformations in the next mobile age will challenge businesses at every level, create major opportunities for growth, and enable an unprecedented, interconnected human race. 3#MWC15
  4. 4. 4#MWC15 A well-done mobile strategy can help even the smallest compete with the giants. ibm.co/17BFZrx #IBMmobile #MWC15 The transition from traditional to mobile demands a shift in the way we work. Using mobile integration and deployment, businesses can further empower their employees and also maximize their value. As a result, they can better engage with customers, increasing satisfaction and loyalty. The Future of Enterprise Mobility @IBMmobile:
  5. 5. 5#MWC15 IBM’s Richard Esposito on creating the best, most engaging enterprise apps. ibm.co/17BFZrx #IBMmobile #MWC15 @IBMmobile: The Future of Enterprise Mobility
  6. 6. 6#MWC15 IBM’s Richard Esposito says, keep apps simple and intuitive. ibm.co/17BFZrx #IBMmobile #MWC15 @IBMmobile: The Future of Enterprise Mobility
  7. 7. 7#MWC15 The “Internet of Things” is more than just a buzzworthy phrase—it’s fast becoming a ubiquitous reality. With the ever-expanding range of connected homes, cars, and wearables, businesses must meet the challenge of staying competitive by offering not only a new service but a completely new experience as well. The Business of the Internet of Things @IBMmobile To be relevant to your customers, you have to incorporate IoT into your business model. —Cecilia Atterwall, VP, Ericsson #MWC15 #IBMmobile
  8. 8. 8#MWC15 The Business of the Internet of Things @IBMmobile IoT really is the internet of “unsexy” things; however, these “unsexy things” are quite important. —Stephen Bryant, Telenor #MWC15 #IBMmobile
  9. 9. 9#MWC15 Mobile means huge opportunities to link people to the economy. ibm.co/17BFZrx #IBMmobile #MWC15 As more industry leaders push to bring the internet to the “next five billion” who lack it today, countless businesses are jumping in the game. Although the broad vision of a connected world will help transform and improve lives on a vast scale, the promise of an enormous mobile market suggests a very profitable model for commerce, too. Connecting the World @IBMmobile:
  10. 10. 10#MWC15 Mobile opportunities abound in emerging markets, noted Ericsson’s @pomotoso at #MWC15. #IBMmobile @IBMmobile: Connecting the World
  11. 11. 11#MWC15 Africa remains a huge potential market to connect with mobile technology. ibm.co/17BFZrx #IBMmobile #MWC15 @IBMmobile: Connecting the World
  12. 12. 12#MWC15 All over Barcelona, people were on their mobile devices—and accomplishing an impressive range of things. Our interviewees told us what their mobile lives look like and how they stay connected. Get to know all of them by visiting our Facebook album. Living in the Mobile World
  13. 13. 13#MWC15 Living in the Mobile World
  14. 14. 14#MWC15 With a record turnout of more than 93,000 attendees, this year’s Mobile World Congress reflects the now unshakeable recognition that a new age of Mobile First is here. Bringing together business leaders, the conversations and themes at and around the Congress testify to a vigorous shared interest in a powerfully mobile world. Stay tuned for our recap of the full week’s events and ideas on Monday, March 9th. For more coverage of Mobile World Congress 2015, visit the IBM MobileFirst hub. 14#MWC15

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