The problem with [mobile] context

As mobile devices are becoming increasingly ubiquitous, it seems the discussion about mobile itself faded into the sub-categories of mobile itself. While this is meaningful and understandable, it is also helpful to dive into some of the more abstract factors of the topic. This slides should be helpful for that.

As mobile devices are becoming increasingly ubiquitous, it seems the discussion about mobile computing itself faded into sub-categories of the field. While this is meaningful and understandable, it is also helpful to dive into some of the more abstract factors of the topic. This slides should be helpful for that.

(via Kyle)

Author: Igor

Igor likes to connect the dots. As a strategic consultant in an increasingly complex world, he favours broad knowledge over specialisation. In the last five years, he helped shape strategic decisions at large corporations like Deutsche Postbank AG and Deutsche Telekom AG as well as at startups like Amen and refund.me. In his work he is focusing always on finding the appropriate solutions as well as the people who will be executing upon his advice. Beside the consulting work, Igor speaks at international conferences on variety of topics (SXSW, PICNIC, re:publica, etc.).

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