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40 percent of iPhone sales are enterprise, Android ‘built with a very specific focus to consumers’

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2010/05/27/atandt-40-percent-of-iphones-are-enterprise-android-built-with/

It isn’t just Verizon’s Lowell McAdam with fascinating commentary at this Barclays Capital tech conference going down in New York this week. Ron Spears, who leads up AT&T’s Business Solutions division, had some notable things to say about enterprise mobility — specifically, the iPhone’s role in taking businesses to the road, a magic trick typically associated almost exclusively with BlackBerry over the past ten years. Basically, Spears says that he’s seeing extraordinary uptake on the business side with the iPhone since 2008 and the introduction of the platform’s first enterprise-focused features; in fact, he claims that “four out of every 10 sales” are to enterprise users these days and that it has all but caught up to BlackBerry for the kind of modern, tight, full-featured security that your average IT department needs. On a related note, Spears says that he hasn’t “seen the Android platform yet in the enterprise space,” but that he figures it’ll evolve over time to become “hard to ignore” to the enterprise segment. Of course, considering that AT&T has virtually no presence in the Android market at the moment, we’re not surprised that he’d take a lukewarm tack — so here’s hoping that changes fast. Follow the break for more highlights of Spears’ comments.

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Friday, May 28th, 2010 news No Comments

Google Grows, Yahoo & Bing Decline

Source: http://feeds.marketingcharts.com/~r/marketingcharts/~3/eGi2lbpaZDQ/

Google accounted for 71.08% of all US searches conducted in the four weeks ending Oct. 3, 2009, while Yahoo Search, Bing and Ask.com received 16.38%, 8.96% and 2.56%, respectively, according to an analysis by Experian Hitwise.

Despite a significant challenge from Bing since the alternative search engine’s introduction in June, Google’s share of search increased [...]<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/marketingcharts/~4/eGi2lbpaZDQ" height="1" width="1"/>

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Saturday, October 10th, 2009 digital No Comments

Track Flash In Google Analytics

The following article by Glenn Gabe — Track Flash In Google Analytics — deserves special mention because of the large number of all-flash websites out there, especially all the sites made for big brands. Most of them have not been properly or completely indexed by search engines because of their use of Flash. With GAforFlash, user interactions with the Flash site can be properly tracked and analyzed. The 2-part series explains how to deploy GAforFlash properly and gives examples of what can be tracked.

Part 1 – introduction to Google Analytics For Adobe Flash Component (GAforFlash)

http://www.hmtweb.com/blog/2009/02/how-to-track-flash-in-google-analytics.html

Part 2 – deploying GAforFlash

http://www.hmtweb.com/blog/2009/02/how-to-track-flash-in-google-analytics_08.html

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Wednesday, February 11th, 2009 digital No Comments

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