Name TutorCourse Date Mobile Computing and Its Business Implications Thesis: There has been an adverse advancement in technology in the business environment. This has changed the manner in which things are done in business organizations. Entrepreneurs are adopting the new technology in doing their business and this has helped in withstanding competition and emerging as the market leaders. Introduction According to Faklaris (34) mobile computing is a technology that involves the transmission of data video and voice via a computer or any other wireless device. In mobile computing the wireless devices do not need to be connected to any fixed physical link. Mobile computing is a human-computer interaction and allows people to access data from wherever they are. Since in mobile computing there is no any physical connection the mobile device is usually connected to an area network or to a Wi-Fi (Lei 21). Most of those devices that Cloud Computing Business Framework." International Journal of Information Management 33.3 (2013): 524-538. Faklaris Cori et al. "Legal and ethical implications of mobile live-streaming video apps." Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services Adjunct. ACM 2016. Garrison Gary Robin L. Wakefield and Sanghyun Kim. "The effects of IT capabilities and delivery model on cloud computing success and firm performance for cloud supported processes and operations." International Journal of Information Management 35.4 (2015): 377-393. Hwang Gwo-Jen and Po-Han Wu. "Applications impacts and trends of mobile technology-enhanced learning: a review of 2008–2012 publications in selected SSCI journals." International Journal of Mobile Learning and Organisation 8.2 (2014): 83-95. Jain Dhiraj and Yuvraj Sharma. "Cloud computing with ERP-A push business towards higher efficiency." (2016). Lei Hui. "Smarter pervasive computing." Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom) 2017 IEEE International Conference on. IEEE 2017. Yadav Dipali S. and Kanchan Doke. "Mobile Cloud Computing Issues and Solution Framework." (2016). [...]
APA formatted Minimum six (6) sources – at least two (2) from peer reviewed journals,I would attach the discussion paper which was done on this topic. The paper should be of optimal length Should be well organized clear and concise appropriate Title Abstract should summarize well Individual ideas assimilated well Are wording, punctuation, etc. correct? Is the paper well motivated? Is interesting problem/issue addressed? Is knowledge of the area demonstrated? Have all key reference been cited? Are conclusions valid and appropriate?