Mobile Business Applications

  • March 01, 2004 01 Mar'04

    Trucking firm warms up to Aether

    A trucking firm says it's using Aether Systems' wireless communications product in nearly 200 big rigs because it provides constant connectivity without the high cost of a dedicated satellite system.

  • December 17, 2003 17 Dec'03

    Reply answers Europe's call for mobile e-mail

    A British investment firm says Reply Wireless' mobile e-mail service allow employees to send and receive messages on the road without the cost of an expensive systems deployment. Reply's success is a sign that the market for mobile e-mail services ...

  • December 12, 2003 12 Dec'03

    LearnIT: How Spam Affects E-mail Marketing Campaigns

    Here's how it works: We give you a little background about the concept, a glossary to look up related terms, some outside reading, and a self-assessment quiz. You spend as much (or as little) time as you like moving through the ten steps and ...

  • November 11, 2003 11 Nov'03

    Vendors make pitch for voice over Wi-Fi

    Vendors at the Wireless Internet Summit say that voice over Wi-Fi technology is a viable alternative for companies that struggle to get decent cell phone service in their corporate offices.

  • September 16, 2003 16 Sep'03

    Fastmobile turns up volume with new channel

    Fastmobile has landed a new distribution deal for its Fastchat messaging application for mobile phones. The company's walkie-talkie service competes with Nextel and Verizon Wireless, but it also offers integrated IM and e-mail.

  • August 27, 2003 27 Aug'03

    Wireless apps in a blue-collar world

    Wireless applications are rolling up their sleeves and showing they're not afraid to do some heavy lifting. They're building up popularity among construction firms and bringing digital age efficiency to the traditional workplace.

  • August 05, 2003 05 Aug'03

    Small steps mark big progress for wireless messaging

    At iWireless World, a panel of industry observers says that companies are finally accepting limited usage of wireless messaging, but that will open the floodgates for many new and innovative wireless technologies in the enterprise.