The eSIM or ‘electronic SIM’ will replace physical SIMs in the majority of phones, in the few short years ahead. It has been a standard in development for 10 years now, a process that was initiated by Apple.
From pictures to email and bank account passwords, our smartphones carry a lot of our personal, and private information. Unfortunately, hackers and thieves have become aware of this and the use of phone malware has been on the rise. The good news is that there are things that you can do to help protect yourself. Here is a bit more information on keeping your phone, and the information on it, safe from prying eyes:
Smartphones have become an essential part of most business toolkits, according to Manta’s SMB Wellness Index. It states more than 80 percent of small business owners use mobile devices like smartphones at least once a day for business, a statistic that’s likely to be similar among medium and large business owners.
The world has changed a lot in just a few years, hasn’t it? Think back to just 20 years ago: how many people, for example, had a mobile phone? Or, how many homes had their own computer or laptop? Furthermore, the tablet computer was just an idea in someone’s head, whereas now it’s almost ubiquitous! However we look at it, the biggest changes in our lives have come about thanks in no small way to the development of digital communication and associated devices. Just a few years ago, it would have cost me a lot of money to communicate by phone with friends in Australia; now, I can do so for free from my laptop or smartphone.
With today’s technology, digital marketers are shifting their attention to mobile marketing. More users are now choosing mobile applications over the traditional media. As the market trend continuously evolves, companies are more inclined to create compelling campaigns to reach their customers.