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You, Me, and Mobility

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Mobility: whether you know it or not, your every day life depends on it. Everything from the calls made from your cell phone, surfing the web, to the cool apps you've downloaded and use. Your good faith that your text message will reach the recipient on the other end, you checking your bank account, or even ordering a pizza directly from your phone, laptop, PC, or tablet. All of these and so much more are ways that we all are dependent on mobility every day... Didn't mean to scare anyone there.

When I say mobility, I am not referring to your agility or transportation. Mobility, as you can tell, is a particular characteristic of our technology. Mobility is borderless networking and any transaction or communication via wireless communication.

Businesses, large and small, recognize the power of such innovation. That's why enterprises such as Google, Coca-Cola, Dell, UPS, The Home Depot, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, Mozilla Firefox, Visa, Electronic Arts, Delta Airlines, and Turner Broadcasting, to name a few, are investing millions into what is and what will be the future of technology and communication. Why? It's fast, powerful, profitable, and provides near limitless availability to consumers.

What else would you want from a business providing you a service? And what else do you think a business wants from it's consumers? The opportunity to reach each other anytime, anywhere.

This year the number of mobile-connected devices is projected to exceed the world's population. The mobile sector is the fastest growing sector of the global telecomm market. Mobile revenues will grow from $1.5 trillion in 2011 to $1.9 trillion in 2015 and will invest $793 billion in capital for mobile broadband and LTE technologies to connect the world's population to the Internet. Another interesting fact on mobility: according to CNN Money, the career of a Software Developer is the best job for fast growth in America.

Mobility is engaging, connected, freeing, and saves us time. Your phone can literally become your wallet. Mobile devices are becoming the remote controls to the internet of everything. The use of your Blackberry (Team Blackberry!), to your iPhone, Android, PC, tablet, laptop, or anything else you use to communicate without face-to-face interaction is all mobile.

The move from the PC to Internet to smart phones makes the move to mobility inevitable. Technological and the resultant societal change has become a given. In my view, it's a change for the better. The mobility from our technology enables us to be connected to information, entertainment, and each other at any given point throughout the day (although that can be good and bad). So as you play with and download your apps, check your bank account, order a pizza, or check your facebook and communicate from your phone, consider the lightning fast ability of the technology in your device allowing you to do so and the ways that mobility impacts your daily life.

Personally, I think it's just absolutely amazing. In years to come we may see mobile cars. Mobile lights. Mobile home appliances. Frontiers yet to be explored.

Thanks for reading and God Bless!



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