1How Facebook, Cloud, Mobility Are Changing Enterprise IT
2No IT Assets
3The Cloud in India
4Facebook Is the Place to Be
5Carbon Remediation Costs
By 2012, 60 percent of the greenhouse gas emissions from a PC will have occurred before the user first turns the system on. Thanks to more environmentally aware users, cost and social pressures, and the influence of eco-centric organizations, IT vendors are becoming more focused on greenhouse gas emissions.
7Internet Marketing Regulations
By 2014, more than 3 billion people worldwide will be able to conduct banking and other transactions through mobile or Internet technology, as more emerging markets are seeing rapid growth in mobile and Internet technology while there continues to be advances in mobile payment, commerce and banking.
9Context Is Key
By 2015, context-enriched services will be to mobile consumers what search engines are to the Web, with the context provider—whether that’s Web, device, social platforms, telecom service providers, enterprise software vendors or communication infrastructure vendors—becoming the most powerful position in the context business model.
By 2013, mobile phones will replace PCs as the most common device in the world for accessing the Internet. By that year, there will be about 1.78 billion PCs in use; the number of browser-equipped mobile phones will be more than 1.82 billion units.