2011: All the forecasts

2011: All the forecasts

Staff writer  |   January 17, 2011
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Enterprise mobility trends to watch in 2011
Strong uptake of smartphones and tablets; new focus on mobile security
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2011 tech trends: Smart TVs, tablet mania
Intel's predictions for the technology trends in 2011
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The hottest search marketing trends of 2011
Google, Bing to offer app search; Competition heats up
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2011: The year of the cloud
The top tech trends for 2011 from CA Technologies
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Top enterprise networking predictions for 2011
Impromptu live video, video floods over enterprise WAN
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2011: what won't happen
Annual telecoms reality check from ABI Research. Sample: no 4G for China this year
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4G forecast for 2011
Maravedis breaks down the 4G picture for 2011 with forecasts and five mobile trends to watch
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Top five 2011 trends: make way for convergence
2011 will be the year mobile broadband, cloud computing and regulatory policy turn the traditional telecom industry on its head
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Huawei's 2011 vision: tablets, apps and the cloud
Tablet shipments of to double; 100K new apps for smart terminals, many of them cloud-based
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Top ten mobile marketing trends for 2011
The MMA's annual take on top industry predictions for mobile marketing in the Asia Pacific region
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Surging traffic to strain 3G networks next year
The top 10 wireless trends of 2011, as predicted by Juniper Research
 
In-Stat forecasts a year of significant mergers
 
Informa Telecoms & Media forecasts the top trends for 2011
 
Why Google will be chroming its Android and other trends set to shape 2011
 
Ovum identifies the trends expected to shape the regional industry next year
 
Cloud services, mobile computing, and social networking to mature and coalesce
 
 
 
 
 
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