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Publication CLOUD BASED CONCEPT FOR A FUTURE CONTACT BOOK
People are using several different devices and services for communication purposes. Managing and synchronizing contact information within these is challenging. In this paper we describe the development of a future contact book concept that utilizes the possibilities of cloud computing. A cloud based contact book can serve various devices and applications. Contact information can be updated automatically. The cloud based contact book could indicate availability of people and it could help in selecting the preferred communication channel. It also enables people to have different identities in their daily lives. The identities determine who is able to reach the person at any given moment and what communication channel is used. The contact book concept was co-created with potential users in different ideation activities. We describe the concept and initial user evaluation results.
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Publication CLOUD BASED CONCEPT FOR A FUTURE CONTACT BOOK
People are using several different devices and services for communication purposes. Managing and synchronizing contact information within these is challenging. In this paper we describe the development of a future contact book concept that utilizes the possibilities of cloud computing. A cloud based contact book can serve various devices and applications. Contact information can be updated automatically. The cloud based contact book could indicate availability of people and it could help in selecting the preferred communication channel. It also enables people to have different identities in their daily lives. The identities determine who is able to reach the person at any given moment and what communication channel is used. The contact book concept was co-created with potential users in different ideation activities. We describe the concept and initial user evaluation results.
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