Mobile Business Applications
- November 01, 2006
Sybase iAnywhere has updated its Afaria and OneBridge products to ease mobile email, applications, security and device management.
- September 08, 2006
VoIP startup DiVitas Networks has voice-over-WiFi-to-cellular technology in the works that gives endusers access to enterprise apps and puts dual-mode handset management in the hands of network administrators.
- July 31, 2006
On-demand CRM vendors are extending their functionality into mobile applications, and though they can be a good fit for some, there's still a need for mobile platforms.
- July 19, 2006
Results of a recent Symantec survey suggest that nearly three out of every five organizations have not secured their instant messaging applications.
- July 05, 2006
Mobilizing salesforce.com has created a massive jump in productivity for welding and laser equipment supplier.
- June 14, 2006
Once again, analysts and experts are saying that mobile CRM is ready to take off, but this time the idea may have some legs.
- June 12, 2006
SMS -- yes, what your kids call text messaging -- is widely used in the enterprise. But can SMS surpass mobile email?
- May 24, 2006
With a rollout of SAP for Mobile Sales and a tablet PC deployment, Lincoln Electric transformed its sales system and processes.
- April 24, 2006
The new breed of handheld devices makes mobile business intelligence and analysis possible for General Binding Corp., according to Peppers and Rogers.
- March 22, 2006
Despite reported security risks, CIOs shouldn't ban employees from using instant messaging (even if they could).
- February 15, 2006
3i Consulting has rolled out a new server that can bring SAP applications to Web-enabled mobile devices.
- October 24, 2005
The need for mobile workers to access vital corporate applications quickly and in real time is growing. Intellisync hopes its new platform fulfills that need with instant messaging.
- September 28, 2005
Adding mobile applications and services to an IT environment sounds like a great plan, until reality sets in. Managing applications, devices and users is tough enough, but dealing with new issues like wireless availability, billing for mobile ...
- August 08, 2005
With more than 35 years in the industry, Jack Gold has seen his fair share of progress and politics in the technology arena.
Before founding Northborough, Mass.-based J. Gold Associates and becoming its principal analyst, he spent 12 years with...
- May 11, 2005
With instant messaging now used commonly in the workplace, colleagues are conjuring colloquialisms to describe a number of unique situations spawned by IM use.