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Mobile Minutes: Mobile security; Amazon’s music streaming; Twitter sells movie tickets; Are apps required?

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June 14, 2016

7370AT&T and Samsung detail security gaps
Cybersecurity would seem to be a top priority for enterprises, but there are still breaches and apparent gaps in their defenses and the way that companies respond to attacks.
Read more on Computerworld

Exclusive: Amazon is preparing to launch streaming music service – sources
Amazon.com Inc. is preparing to launch a standalone music streaming subscription service, placing it squarely in competition with rival offerings from Apple Inc. and Spotify, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
Read more on Reuters

Twitter claims it’s helping to sell one in 10 movie tickets in North America
Twitter has been a boon for Hollywood — if we believe a Twitter-commissioned study by MarketShare on tweets and ticket sales, that is. According to that study, Twitter helped to sell almost one in 10 tickets in North America over the last four years.
Read more on Variety

Does your business really need a mobile app?
No one seriously doubts that mobile is the future of the web. We crossed the point at which a business could blithely ignore mobile users a couple of years ago.
Read more on Forbes

 

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