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Prakash Sreewastav
Worked at WINIT - Mobile App Strategy & Development
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More Budgets for Mobility in 2012.
This was predicted.
Mobility and wireless network infrastructures are the big takers when it comes to IT budget planning for 2012, our latest study reveals. Even so, organizations are moving to the next stage of the IT i...
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As the year end we get to see some good Trend forecasts and summaries of the year gone by. Here's Forbes list of 5 Mobile app trends for 2012.
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Google Analytics making some good progress. Surprised they have not yet dominated Flurry's.
Labels. Advanced Topics (55); AdWords (10); Analytics API (32); Announcements (91); Back to Basics Series (28); Beginner Topics (41); Business Insights (49); Code and Configuration (38); Content (2); ...
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An article I wrote for PC Quest about the grwoth, adoption and future of mobile apps.

The Drizzle, Rain and Storm of Mobile Apps.
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Atif on Coke Studio. Youtube on G+.
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This is a Great Read. Erick Schmidt predicts that in 6 months developers will hurry over to Android from the IOS. The article drills into reasons why this will not happen. Insightful.
Google Chariman Eric Schmidt recently addressed an Android user lamenting the fact that that mobile apps are often released on Apple’s iOS platform well before they finally reach Android. Schmidt cool...
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Great Line: "2011 Wasn't the Year of the Mobile It was the Year Mobile took over the World" from this presentation.
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Andorid and IOS march on. In the US, 64% of wireless subscribers aged between 25 and 34 now use Smartphones!
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It's a Mobile app world! 1 Millions apps and counting.
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Facebook, Nielsen to devs: Smartphones are your future
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Google designs are efficient. Not beautiful.
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CEO, WINIT (www.winitsoftware.com)
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CEO of WINIT, a Mobile Apps Strategy & Development Company. Thinking Mobile First for all our clients!
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CEO of WINIT, a Mobile App Strategy & Development company, Happily Married and Father of three kids. Love anything funny - blog, clip, show, or a real life situation. 
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  • University of Florida
    MS Computer Science, 1991 - 1994
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» The Silliness of Busyness :zenhabits
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ALWAYS miss the Woods for the TREES..
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