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Enterprise Mobility Asia News Weekly – Week of April 7, 2013

Welcome to Enterprise Mobility Asia News Weekly, an online newsletter that consists of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise mobility in Asia.  Asia is predicted to be the fastest area of growth for enterprise mobility between now and 2016.

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India's mobile phone market is expected to reach 251 million units in 2013, but Mozilla’s new mobile operating system may not launch in the country until 2014 or later.  Read Original Content

The Chinese versions of the Nokia Lumia 520 and 720 devices will be customized with local apps and the Nokia Lumia 720T will include a mobile TV technology feature from China Mobile.  The devices will also be available with China Unicom.  Read Original Content

The 2013 MYOB Business Monitor survey reveals 46 percent of New Zealand small to medium enterprises uses at least one smartphone to conduct business and 26 percent use a tablet device.  Read Original Content

Antenna Software provides a complete cloud-based enterprise mobility suite that enables both IT pros and business executives alike to create and manage mobile apps, websites and content across the entire business.  This newsletter is sponsored in part by Antenna Software.

According to the IDC Asia Pacific enterprise server tracker for the fourth quarter of 2012, IBM achieved a 37 percent revenue market share in Malaysia.  Read Original Content

BlackBerry’s Scott Totzke discusses the company’s enterprise strategy, the effect of BYOD and regaining market share in Asia in this interview with MIS Asia.  Read Original Content
The Asia Pacific region falls behind the United States, Latin America and Europe in adoption of big data initiatives at 39 percent, according to a Tata Consultancy Services Survey.  When it comes to ROI from big data predictions, however, the Asia Pacific region expected the highest, with 71 percent.  Read Original Content

The mobile Internet service offered to tourists entering North Korea has been halted.  Koryo Tours states that sim cards can still be purchased to make international calls, but no Internet access is available.  Read Original Content

A new report by Forrester forecasts China will account for 58 percent of all Asia Pacific online advertisement spending by 2017.  The report also forecasts the Asia Pacific online advertising market to grow $59.6 billion by 2017.  Read Original Content

A research report from Wipro Technologies and the Internet and Mobile Association of India predicts the mobile value added services market will reach $9.5 billion in 2015, a significant jump from $4.9 billion in 2012.  Read Original Content

Seven nursing homes in Singapore claim they have raised productivity by 10 percent by utilizing cloud and mobile technologies to reduce day-to-day manual processing.  Read Original Content

Pacnet, an Asia Pacific provider of integrated network and technology solutions for enterprise, service provider, and carrier customers, opened a new data center in Chongquing, China on March 27.  Read Original Content

Malaysia’s Maybank has launched a Windows Phone 8 corporate mobile banking application.  Read Original Content

The Bank of New Zealand has deployed Good Technology’s enterprise mobility management solution.  Read Original Content

India is predicted to have nearly 165 million mobile Internet users by March 2014, up from 87.1 million in December 2012, according to a report by the Internet and Mobile Association of India and IMRB International.  Read Original Content

IDC expects 4G competition to intensify and demand for LTE-enabled smartphones to significantly increase.  The analyst firm predicts a growth of more than 400 percent in shipments of 4G-capable smartphones in Malaysia in 2013.  Read Original Content

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