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ReportsnReports.com offers "Subscriber Data Management (SDM) meets Big Data: Opportunities for Wireless Carriers 2014 - 2018", "Content is the New Currency: How Wireless Carriers are missing the Boat on Content Management" and "Get Your Head in the Clouds: What Wireless Carriers are missing with Consumer Cloud Services" 2014 market research reports in its store.
Wireless carriers utilize Subscriber Data Management (SDM) systems to consolidate data in a single virtual data store with centralized administration, management and reporting. The "Big" part of Big Data comes from the fact that it is a collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using on-hand database management tools. However, Big Data is also unstructured, meaning that it does not have a pre-defined data model or is not organized in a pre-defined manner. These two things taken together make Big Data a big challenge, but also a big opportunity for wireless carriers with SDM.
The Subscriber Data Management (SDM) meets Big Data: Opportunities for Wireless Carriers 2014 - 2018 report focuses on the opportunities for wireless carriers to leverage their SDM systems to mine Big Data, perform analytics, and gain business intelligence. The report covers the opportunities for wireless carriers to leverage intelligence gained for various new market opportunities such as selling data to trusted third parties and other business-to-business ventures that incremental to their traditional lines of business.
The report provides key assessment of important issues such as data quality, integrity, security, and privacy. Key issues such as Data Anonymization are addressed along with the benefits and potential pitfalls. The report includes forecasts for 2014 - 2018 for wireless carrier investment in analytics as well as overall Big Data revenue.
Report Audience / This report (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/277004-subscriber-data-management-sdm-meets-big-data-opportunities-for-wireless-carriers-2014-2018.html) should be useful to: Big Data Companies, Mobile Cellular Carriers, Wireless Device Manufacturers, Wireless Infrastructure Providers and Commerce, Content and Application Providers.
A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a large distributed system of servers deployed in multiple data centers across the Internet. Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) is an open standard that allows different content management systems to interoperate via an IP connection. The research titled Content is the New Currency: How Wireless Carriers are missing the Boat on Content Management indicates that carriers are too focused on issues such as content billing and content rules such as those put in place by the CTIA's Wireless Content Guidelines Classification Criteria. Carriers are missing a huge opportunity for customized content, especially in the area of enterprise content. Carriers need to partner with content brokers and also prepare for next generation content optimized for new sources and devices such as wearable wireless. This report (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/276130-content-is-the-new-currency-how-wireless-carriers-are-missing-the-boat-on-content-management.html ) covers the content development, management, and distribution marketplace with recommendations for wireless carriers and others within the ecosystem. The report includes a market outlook and forecasts.
Report Audience / The report Content is the New Currency: How Wireless Carriers are missing the Boat on Content Management should be useful for: Mobile Cellular Carriers, Wireless Device Manufacturers, Wireless Infrastructure Providers and Commerce, Content and Application Providers.
Cloud services are largely business-to-business (B2B) to date with little business-to-consumer (B2C) services impact other than some data back-up and synchronization. Furthermore, it is largely third-parties offering consumer services and not the wireless carriers.
Wireless carriers have an opportunity to utilize their unique assets (network and data) and to leverage current and future partnerships to their advantage. Carriers must begin to do this now as they build out their 4G networks in anticipation of many more data users and much more data usage, says the report titled Get Your Head in the Clouds: What Wireless Carriers are missing with Consumer Cloud Services.
This report (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/276471-get-your-head-in-the-clouds-what-wireless-carriers-are-missing-with-consumer-cloud-services.html ) provides recommendations for wireless carriers to deploy consumer cloud services as a value-added complement to their data services. These services will bring incremental revenue and leverage carrier assets and their unique position in the ecosystem.
- Understand the market potential for consumer cloud services
- Identify specific cloud-based services that carriers should begin to offer
- Learn what carriers are doing right and wrong currently with consumer cloud
- Understand how consumer cloud services will help the bottom-line for carriers
- Learn what carrier assets should be utilized and how for consumer cloud services
Report Audience / The report titled Get Your Head in the Clouds: What Wireless Carriers are missing with Consumer Cloud Services should be useful for: Cloud Services Companies, Mobile Cellular Carriers, Wireless Device Manufacturers, Wireless Infrastructure Providers as well as Commerce, Content and Application Providers.
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