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Mobile technology is radically transforming the world around us and the mobile evolution is moving at unprecedented speed. Clearly, many challenges still lie ahead and many questions remain to be answered. What business models will prove resilient to future change? How will security and privacy concerns be overcome? Which payment technologies will win out in the long-term? What are the implications of newly emerging areas such as machine to machine (M2M) communication?

To help answer these questions, KPMG's Global Technology, Media & Telecommunications Practice is pleased to publish this bi-weekly series of articles, where industry experts and insiders will tackle some of the most pressing mobile issues facing executives today. In this series, we will examine emerging trends, explain the latest concepts, and deliver practical advice and recommendations to help business leaders turn mobile into sustainable business value.

Partnerships and collaboration
Turning mobile security
Internet of Things
The internet of things
Cars - mobile device
Anywhere, anytime
Turning mobile strategy into reality
Future of mobile evolution
Securing your mobile apps
Mobile MD
Catalyzing the mobile enterprise
Retailers mobilize over holiday season
Mobile Enterprise Lessons
Growing the mobile ecosystem
Driving growth through mobile
Driving mobile success
Mobile security
View from the West
View from the East
Brave new world

"There should be no doubt that mobile is finally about to take off into the 'brave new world'. The real question is whether today's businesses are prepared to survive the ride."

– Tudor Aw, Head of Technology, KPMG in the UK

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Mobile security: from risk to revenue – creating opportunity from challenge

Mobile security
An overview of KPMG International’s Mobile Security report, which identifies a number of emerging opportunities for telecoms and technology companies.

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