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Describing How Different Industries have Capitalized Big Data

There is a lot of hype around Big Data. In such a scenario, every business needs an absolute solution to capitalize Big Data as almost all industries are generating a huge amount of data (i.e. known as Big Data).

To many of us, Big Data is still a bit of a mystery. Therefore, it’s important to know how you can put big data to work at your organization. Big Data is literally changing the way companies function and almost all industries have leveraged Big Data. Everybody talks about Big Data, but its impact can be elusive. This infographic illustrates how the necessity of Big Data has increased with the passage of time and how different industries have been benefited with the proper archiving of data.

Check out Infographic of Big Data at Work to know more:

[InfoGraphic] BYOD for Enterprise users - Why and What to gain using BYOD?

Mobility has many things that in underneath which needs to be unearthed and explored to leverage future up-gradation and improvements in business strategy. This has changed the way of working in the organization especially for the field workers who are working in the manufacturing industries. This is very helpful especially for those employers, who allow workers to bring their own devices (BYOD), managing the various phone interfaces for security purposes can be tricky. To streamline your business with total mobility control you can have the BYOD tool to get enhanced performance in no time.

Android Version History: A Visual Timeline [Infographic]

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Do you remember how Android started it's way to dominate the smartphone market? Do you remember wich were the first features of our favorite OS?

The guys at Kinvey made a really nice infographic about the progression of Android since it's beginning in 2008.

See the complete Android Version History below:

The Role of Mobile Phones in E-Commerce [Infographic]

mobile paymentI've just got a new infographic to share with you. Did you know how many people using their phone to purchase products? What are people doing in physical stores with their phones? Or what are they doing after recieving a text offer?

Consumers are becoming more and more comfortable buying items electronically. With no travel time, no waiting in line, and better deals, it really is a no brainer. Merchants and brands are making it even easier by offering apps, alerts, and deals to this modern elecrtonic consumer.

Infographic - Evolution of mobile phones as marketing tools

We just recieved an awesome infographic about the evolution of mobile marketing. You can have a quick view on the timeline from 1798 (the first spam) to present days market boom. You can learn the history of texting, QR codes, and how text messages surpassed voice calls.

Infographic: Apple vs. The World

The battle between Apple and its mobile competitors over patent rights feels as if it has been going on as long as a real war. With millions of dollars being thrown at industry groups and lawyers, Apple is trying to halt the development of several types of Android based mobile devices.



However, all these lawsuits still haven't slowed the growth of Android as a popular OS, evidenced recently by the success of the T-Mobile free cell phones campaign, which only featured Android devices. The growth of Android has Apple looking for any edge they can get on the competition, even in the courtroom.

The Mobile Advertising Networks Market Map [Infographic]

The mobile advertising market is exploding, new mobile ad networks are popping up every month and new types of mobile marketing formats are being developed all the time. Our friends at mobyaffiliate have counted over 150 mobile ad networks globally!!

They’ve developed a map of the mobile advertising network space which we think is more up to date and more detailed than anything we’ve seen so far. If you think they’ve missed one then get in touch.

App Distribution InfoGraphic

The guys at StartApp just made a really useful infographic about app distribution.

Earlier this year Nielsen, an American global information and measurement company, released data comparing US smartphone users’ app adoption and usage vs. last year. The report says that the average US smartphone owners now have 41 apps on their smartphones compare to 32 apps in 2011.
The Android app market has grown dramatically over the past few years and it now has over 550,000 apps.

[Infographic] Here Are The Top 10 Ad Networks Used By Android Apps - Bet You Won't Guess Where AirPush Is On The List

1Appbrain analyzed 140,000 Android apps and came up with a list of the top 10 ad networks.

While they don't openly state the source of this data, I am willing to bet that it comes from analytics reported by their Ad Detector app which hit the Play Store a few months back. The app itself, much like Lookout Ad Network Detector, is very handy - it lets users figure out what ad networks, social SDKs, and even developer tools are used by apps installed on their devices.

Families mostly using free apps

infothumbFamigo team conducted a study over the last month, about the app usage of families. They analyzed information from 1000 random usage samples from Famigo Sandbox (their free Android app) and uncovered some surprising insights into how families are using mobile media.

A few key takeaways from this study are that: 88% of the apps that families download and use are free, revealing a reluctance to pay for content. Casual and puzzle games are the most played in terms of app category, followed closely by education apps. Angry Birds, the most well known free casual game, remains the most popular among families.

Click on the infographic to see the 'bigger picture', or visit their site, and find out more!

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