By >Daimaou - G.G-B
Hands-on with Fujitsu new automatic Mobile Application delivery system
Back in July, Fujitsu announced a very interested piece of software development with their cloud based automatic Mobile application delivery system.
The concept is simple yet awesome. The idea here, is that wherever you would go, whatever you will do, application or data will either be automatically pushed or pulled from your device without you having to do anything about it!
Let’s imagine for a minute that your smartphone can “transform” itself in either a truly private device to a real working tool.
At home and only at home your device will carry all your personal data and information, leaving from home, some of these sensitive data (Pictures of you doing the idiot under the shower) will be automatically wiped-out, arriving at the Metro station, some of application and information regarding your preferred subject could be pushed to your device automatically, arriving at the Bank, your personal account information will be displayed and let you access your account, leaving your bank all these sensitive data will immediately be removed from your mobile. Finally at the office, your Smartphone will becomes your unique working tool with dedicated app and data running on it, once office hours over, all these data will leave your smartphone and back at home you will again be able to enjoy these stupid photo or video of you naked under the shower.
Another interesting aspect of this technology is data and application sharing where you just have to bring together two devices to send information from one to another.
While most people may not like to have this system running on every single piece of data on your phone, you have to admit that this concept is just awesome and really could change the way we use our mobile and run applications.
Only running on Android phone so far, Fujitsu conformed however that every connected smartphones or tablets could actually benefit of this technology on the long run with the possibility maybe in the future to extend this to personal computer.
Anyway, make sure to check the small video below to get a little idea on who this system is working!