CES 2009 treated ThinkFree very well with a tremendous amount of interest ranging from media to consumers.
With so many technologies and gadgets being revealed at the show,
ThinkFree played well into the mix. So what did ThinkFree learn from CES 2009 ?
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Taeyoung, Product manager at ThinkFree and Kevin Tofel, Editor in Chief with GigaOM network site jkOnTheRun
Excitement, excitement and more excitement seemed to be the theme when it came to media and consumer feedback on ThinkFree.
The idea of a true mobile office instantly turned heads with media folks highlighting the increasing maturity of the netbook market.
As mobile devices get smaller and smaller enabling the personal mobile office, consumers are in dire need for real time collaboration platforms as mobility plays a more critical role in everyday life.
While the mobile office has become a reality for some already, it is the new netbooks and smart phone platforms that will enable broad adoption in 2009.
With that in mind, the attractiveness of in the cloud computing continues to build with key features which include mobility, collaboration, on the fly blogging and round trip document compatibility.
A hot topic that consumers brought up while at CES included real time collaboration.
Taeyoung, Product manager at ThinkFree and Carvin , assistant manager at ThinkFree
As more and more individuals, whether consumer or professional, turn to cloud computing the hunger for real time
collaboration becomes even more apparent due to the need to instantly communicate and collaborate on shared documents.
Cloud computing is not just a Web 2.0 technology but a true reflection of the way people are working together now a days.
ThinkFree acknowledges this trend and continues to develop and provide products by partnering up with top silicon vendors and key OEM companies. Stay tuned in 2009 for more innovative mobile solutions.
Edward, Overseas Sales manager at ThinkFree Inc. and Kevin Tofel, Editor in Chief with GigaOM network site jkOnTheRun
Celebrities visited ThinkFree booth in CES 2009