6 Mobility Trends to Look Out For In 2016
2016 is seemingly on the verge of setting up the “mobile-first” trend. As the digital world turns more mobile, it is certain to usher in an array of unusual yet interesting things. And these may very well account for the top six mobile trends.
1.Technology that you can wear:
Wearable devices have been popular for quite some time now. 2016 will only continue this trend as more and more improvements and additions would be made in this domain. Healthcare, calculations and time-tracking are just a few examples where wearable technology would continue to rule. And we can expect to see a lot of it being used in the upper levels of the corporate sector too.
2.Increasing focus on improving the user experience:
The biggies of the IT industry would be focused, as usual, on a manifold improvement in the user experience that is offered on mobile devices. When it comes to compact touch and screens, the interface matters even more.
With comfortable interfaces, comes the desire to make things more appealing. That is the main reason why there would be more and more customization options that would emerge in the technological field. Even minute details like thumb navigation and interactive controls may get makeovers.
4.A wider presence on the web:
This is going to be one of the most interesting aspects of growing mobility. The wider use of internet would make it possible to lend a mobile-like quality even to the static devices. This means that, even if we leave something at home, we might be able to monitor them from our workplace, thanks to the promising speed at which mobility is all set to boom. And all this would be possible only because of speedier and stronger web connectivity.
5.Bigger data and better security:
As the world gets more mobile, it would certainly need devices with better capacity. It is only natural that there would be a boost in the creation and use of mobile applications. And that would demand a more secure system that can support those applications. By the end of the year, the smart IT giants would have figured out new ways of supporting bigger data along with providing better digital security too.
6.Increased mobile investments:
As the importance of mobile technology is realized and embraced by enterprises, companies would start investing more in order to create better communication opportunities for their employees. That would help them achieve a well-rounded business operation.
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