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Ovum’s 2012 Wireless Turkey Awards: Apple Maps takes the prizebassanelli.itEmeka Obiodu, principal analyst of Ovum’s industries, communications & broadband (ICB) team, presents the winners: During the year, Ovum tracked, reported on, and analysed thousands of innovations within the mobile telecoms industry. Many of these…

Ovum comments: Is Apple finally playing catch up?

Ahead of the expected announcement of Apple’s iPad mini, Adam Leach, principal analyst at Ovum provides his view on: Apple’s Strategy

Ovum comments: Glasgow chosen as Future City Demonstrator for the UK

The Technology Strategy Board (TSB) has announced that Glasgow has been chosen to receive £24 million of Government investment and will become the Future City Demonstrator for the UK, showcasing the best the UK has to offer to a £220b global market for integrated city systems. Joe Dignan, Chief analyst for European Public Sector at Ovum, comments: “Industry expectations have been overturned throughout this competition, and this result, too, will surprise many. Initially, the smart money was on Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds + Bradford or Manchester to scoop the prize, given their level of preparation. However, only Bristol joined the …

Ovum says “Data will be the new cloud computing oil” in 2013

Ovum has published three “Trends to watch reports” on Cloud computing and reveals that 2013 will see cloud computing continue to grow rapidly. 2013 Trends to Watch: Private and Public Clouds* report , drills downs into not only private and public cloud trends, but also infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS), and software-as-a-service (SaaS) trends, meanwhile, 2013 Trends to Watch: Cloud Services** report, looks at cloud computing from the point of view of IT service providers. Finally,  2013 Trends to Watch: Cloud Computing*** report, looks at the way cloud service providers and consumers adapt to cloud computing both on their own …

Ovum finds “live-to-work” ethos is driving faster BYOD adoption in high-growth markets than mature markets

Employees in high-growth markets are more willing to embrace the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) phenomenon and the personal productivity benefits of enterprise mobility compared to those in mature markets, finds Ovum. Driving this trend is the predisposition of professionals in high-growth markets to “live to work” and the lower rate of corporate provision of mobile handsets and tablets. As part of the largest study ever conducted into employee BYOD behaviour and attitudes, a new paper from Ovum reveals that across 17 markets, 57.1 percent of full-time employees engage in some form of BYOD. Yet, when broken down by market, there is …

Ovum’s 2012 Wireless Turkey Awards: Apple Maps takes the prize

Emeka Obiodu, principal analyst of Ovum’s industries, communications & broadband (ICB) team, presents the winners: During the year, Ovum tracked, reported on, and analysed thousands of innovations within the mobile telecoms industry. Many of these innovations made it into our Telco Services Innovation Radar, which now has over 3,000 entries. However, many innovations and industry events also gave us reason to groan. We reviewed many mobile tariffs claiming to offer unlimited data that offered anything but, while mobile apps continued to present a rich vein of interesting material. Among vendors, device makers, and large over-the-top players, the patent wars …