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Context-aware Computing

Context-aware computing is a manner of operation that relies on situational and environmental data to anticipate the functions a user will engage with on wearable and mobile devices. By having access to this information, the system can intelligently offer experiences based on data analysis to suggest related functions, graphics, or other information that will enhance the overall user experience. This computing style includes actions like automatically rotating the screen based on how the device is positioned.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Context-aware Computing

SMBs can optimize their mobile applications or websites to use context-aware computing to better serve the needs of their users. Additionally, context-aware computing software systems can be integrated into pre-existing systems for employees to streamline certain processes and increase productivity levels.

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