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Mobile Future Forward Book September 17, 2010

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We had a special project as part of the Mobile Future Forward Initiative. It related to a limited edition book published by Futuretext exclusively for the event. Some of these summit speakers put their thoughts and ideas on paper that resulted in this book. We are very grateful for the authors (and their respective organizations) who carved out time from their busy schedules to pen some really insightful commentary on how they see the mobile industry evolve both holistically and in the various segments of the ecosystem. While the views are quite diverse and bring together perspectives from different angles, but everyone agrees, 2010-2020 will be one heck of a time period for innovation.

The book had the following pieces:

1. The Next 10 Years - 15 Trends That Matter - Chetan Sharma

2. Sustainability in a Mobile World - Stephen David

3. Managing The Mobile Data Explosion - Wim Sweldens

4. Show Me The Money! - Brian Shepherd

5. Mobility Revolutionizing Every Product, Service, and Process - Russ McGuire

6. How Constant Connection Is Changing Our World - Ken Denman

7. 4G: The Next Big Thing - Mike Sievert

8. The Untapped Potential of Mobile Advertising and Marketing - Takayuki Hoshuyama

9. Mobile Operators are at the Center of Mobile Advertising - Krishna Vedati

10. Mobile Challenges - Three Imperatives in the Changing Game - Russ Shaw

11. Interacting With Everyday Things - Amir Mashkoori

12. In The End, It’ll All Go Through “Browse and Buy” - Anil Malhotra

13. The Future of Mobile: 5 Trends That Matter Most - Jay Emmet

14. India’s Mobile Future Forward - Subba Rao

15. Cellphone As The New Computing Platform - Sailesh Chutani

16. What 5 billion Phones Could Mean for Health Literacy - Jon Stross

17. Privacy: From Compliance To Competitive Advantage - Sarla Sharma

18. Managing Growth and Profits in the Yottabyte Era - Chetan Sharma

Thanks to everyone who helped make this project successful


1. nili - September 23, 2010

I would like to have this book

2. jane - October 11, 2010

is this book for sale?

3. ivan Gustavino - November 1, 2010

I would like to have this book

4. Tiger - November 16, 2010

how can i get it?

5. Hamid Tahir - December 9, 2010

This sound very good book and give some enlightening on future of the mobile network, as most of us do not know how things are going to evolve in the next few years.

6. Always On Real-Time Access » Mobile Predictions Survey 2011 – Participate to Win the MFF Book - December 10, 2010

[...] an incentive, we are giving away 10 print copies of our popular and limited edition Mobile Future Forward book that contains essays from 17 mobile execs on the future of [...]

7. Wais Asefi - December 16, 2010

please send a copy of the book

8. Sungwon Cho - December 21, 2010

This is the book what I have been looking for.
Would you tell me how I can get a copy?
Thank you in advance.

9. John Jennings - December 22, 2010

How can I obtain a copy of the book?

10. Always On Real-Time Access » 2011 Mobile Predictions Survey Results - January 3, 2011

[...] names were randomly drawn the limited edition Mobile Future Forward book. The winners [...]

11. Always On Real-Time Access » US Mobile Data Market Update Q1 2011 - May 9, 2011

[...] stacks get reshuffled every few months. I wrote about that in an essay that was published in the Mobile Future Forward book last year. While innovation is coming from all angles - fast and furious - the troika of Apple, [...]

12. US Mobile Data Market Update Q1 2011 - DotNetMobile - May 9, 2011

[...] stacks get reshuffled every few months. I wrote about that in an essay that was published in the Mobile Future Forward book last year. While innovation is coming from all angles – fast and furious – the troika [...]

13. Aron - October 14, 2011

Can I got it

14. baranyurdagul - May 1, 2012

how can we able to get this paper ?