Tag: Tablet

Look how mobile is driving commerce – globally

There have been quite a few stories recently highlighting the importance that mobile plays in commerce nowadays. Whether research from the Centre for Economics and Business Research showing that sales through the mobile channel on the UK’s high streets now account for every £1 in £10 spent, the news that Oktoberfest drinkers in Munich will […]

Moving Closer to Trusted Identities on the Internet

The move towards a trusted Internet identity ecosystem is getting closer: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has awarded $9 million to five pilot programs for the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) initiative.  According to NIST, the pilots will include new solutions, models, and/or frameworks for healthcare, online media, retail, […]

What can the Olympics tell us about mobile and tablet…

Following the closing of the London 2012 Olympics and the handing over of the flag to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Games, stats and facts are abounding fast. Did you know, for example, that 2.7 million bananas were eaten in the Olympic Village? Or that only 44% of medallists sang along with their national […]

To BYOD or not to BYOD – A CIO headache

The next in our series of blog posts looking at the security issues affecting CIOs in the modern era focuses on the rise of personal internet devices being used at work. In fact, there’s a good chance you’re reading this post on a personal device, perhaps on an enterprise internet connection? It’s something we’re all […]

Gearing up for Windows 8

We have a long-standing partnership with Microsoft and work to ensure our solutions are fully compatible with all Windows Operating Systems.  We recently participated in the Microsoft TechEd conference in Orlando, Florida, where we showcased the Gemalto one-time Windows logon with Direct Access on a Windows 8 tablet.  Gemalto pre-sales and software engineers, Matthias Büchner […]

Future gazing à la Brazilian

So, over the course of our series of posts on Digital Brazil so far we have seen the digital potential of this rapidly-expanding nation. From its fast-growing economy, the shift of more than 30 million citizens into the ‘middle-class’ income bracket and the increasing digital literacy among all Brazilians, from working classes to the rich, Brazil’s […]