New on the MEF Minute
Ty Roberts is a Silicon Valley and record industry insider with a genuine love for both technology and music. Universal Music Group’s first-ever CTO shared his thoughts about the technological future of music with MEF Minute…
Ten years ago, when Sony Ericsson’s Walkman branded phones ruled the mobile music space, the handset maker launched a feature called SensMe. The aim was to generate track choices made on mood and emotion, rather than pitch and tempo.
Next week, RealNetworks’ Paul Ruppert will kick of the MEF panel session on messaging at MWC. Ahead of that event, he issues a challenge to the market – start innovating or risk extinction…
Mobile messaging is a digital phenomenon, made of ones and zeroes. But really its roots are in a transport industry that goes back to ponies, ships and trains.
In the latest Executive Insight video supported by Mahindra Comviva, we look at the transformative potential of the Internet of Things in developing economies. Here, MEF talks to Deon Liebenberg, managing executive for the IoT at Vodacom.
He explains what’s need to make the market flourish, and how South Africa is leading the space.
Could the epidemic of car theft in South Africa be the unlikely catalyst for one of the world’s most advanced IoT markets?
Today MEF is launching its Enterprise Messaging Guide an essential companion to any brand or business that uses, or is considering using mobile messaging as part of its customer outreach, be that for marketing, authentication or notification purposes.
Developed by MEF’s 30+ strong group of participants in its Future of Messaging Programme, including global messaging suppliers, mobile operators, signalling equipment providers and others in the enterprise messaging ecosystem, The Enterprise Messaging Guide can be downloaded here for free.