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We are living in a world where mobile is transforming business.
Discover how Samsung can help your business realize the potential of mobile.
Samsung opens up the next mobile economy.

  • ᠎ Open
    Collaboration
  • ᠎ Open
    Customisation
  • ᠎ Open yet
    Controlled
  • ᠎ Open yet
    Secure
Open Collaboration
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Open Collaboration

Collaboration with other businesses leads to new opportunities and innovative problem solving.

“The companies that learn how to collaborate and take the best of breed from everything are going to prosper”

Interview Name: Terry Halvorsen
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Open Customisation
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Open Customisation

Off-the-shelf no longer works, so devices and software must evolve with the unique needs of businesses.

“Businesses feel more confident when they can tailor solutions based on what their workforce needs”

Case Study: Reticle Research
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Open yet Controlled
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Open yet Controlled

Modern businesses need systems that allow for mobility while retaining control over devices and data.

“6.58 – the number of connected devices per person by 2020”

Case Study: Cisco
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Open yet Secure
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Open yet Secure

Be open to the opportunities of the Next Mobile Economy, but stay safe with defence-grade mobile security.

“Cyber-attacks continue to be a major concern for 62% of global CEOs”

PwC’s 20th CEO Survey
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Open vs. Closed

Discover how open systems are putting users in control with flexibility at the centre of their business.

“Businesses are more likely to succeed by being open than by sticking with closed systems, where innovation is much slower”

David Shim
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