Prepare for Increasingly more Services in the Cloud

With the advent of 4th Generation (4G) cellular via the LTE standard, there is the potential for anywhere, anytime high bandwidth facilitates the potential for cloud-based storage/access of virtually any content and applications.

End-users will be able to store music, pictures videos, games, etc. in the cloud and access them anytime, anywhere and share them with others.  The question for the end-user is: “how can I have more room, that’s also safe and isn’t tied to my phone or tablet?”

A debate remains what type of company should provide the storage.    As a case in point, Verizon Wireless offers “Verizon Cloud” as a competitor to pure play companies such as Drive, Dropbox, SkyDrive, Evernote, Mega, etc.

RCS is uniquely positioned to both be a single-point of interface for all stored content and a multi-media, multi-modal dashboard for all content and applications.

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