From the Fall 2013 Issue

Location, A Must for Mobile Security

Sage Osterfeld
| AirPatrol Corp.

The smartphone isn’t much of a phone anymore. According to a recent study from O2 research, the smartphone, which is 80% of all the phones sold over the past couple of years, is used for phone calls a paltry 9% of the time. Email, games, music and social media are all more popular uses. More significantly, the king of all smartphone activities is Internet browsing. In fact, so many people are now using their handsets to surf the web that Internet data consumption from mobile devices now exceeds that of desktop and laptop PCs combined.

Given all they do . . .

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