Mobile Policies

  • March 26, 2004 26 Mar'04

    CTIA offers new speed for the road warrior

    This week's CTIA Wireless 2004 show in Atlanta brought the promise of new speed and applications to the road warrior.

  • March 24, 2004 24 Mar'04

    Wireless carriers predict surge in enterprise usage

    At the CTIA Wireless 2004 show, CEOs from top U.S. wireless carriers said they expect new high-speed networks to lure enterprises to wireless data in droves.

  • March 22, 2004 22 Mar'04

    PDA Download | Emoticon Reference Guide

    On the Internet in e-mail, chatting, and text messaging, an emoticon (sometimes referred to by the name of the original emoticon, the smiley) is a short sequence of keyboard letters and symbols, usually emulating a facial expression, expressing a ...

  • March 08, 2004 08 Mar'04

    Notebooks and Wi-Fi keep Colorado cops on the beat

    Thanks to rugged notebooks and a Wi-Fi system from Vivato, the cops in one Colorado town are spending less time doing paperwork and more time keeping citizens safe.

  • March 03, 2004 03 Mar'04

    Taking the enterprise bytes mobile

    How fast enough does a network need to be, to make it acceptable for remote or mobile use from a laptop?

  • February 20, 2004 20 Feb'04

    Commentary: The Greek road warrior

    If you think it's difficult to get a wireless connection in the U.S., try getting one overseas. In part two of his column, Basex chief analyst Jonathan Spira shares his connectivity frustrations during a recent international business trip.

  • February 18, 2004 18 Feb'04

    Sybase unwires the enterprise

    When the lure of the Internet first started to draw companies in a mad panic of activity, it was seen as something to glue onto existing enterprise processes.

  • February 09, 2004 09 Feb'04

    Wi-Fi not the only game in town

    Over the next five years, spending on Wi-Fi services and equipment is expected to reach $163 billion worldwide. But it's far from the only wireless technology to watch.

  • January 22, 2004 22 Jan'04

    Survey: IT spending back from the dead

    TechTarget's exclusive 2004 spending research found that many of the nearly 750 IT professionals surveyed have some reason for optimism.

  • January 12, 2004 12 Jan'04

    Face-off: Thin clients vs. fat clients

    While Executive Editor Jim Connolly says "thin" shouldn't be a four-letter word, contributor Dave Gabel argues that fat clients unleash creativity. Read their opinions and then tell us which side you're on.

  • January 07, 2004 07 Jan'04

    Face-off: Enterprise wireless LANs

    Do enterprise WLANs make sense? Site Editor Sue Fogarty says that the security risks are too big, but Assistant Site Editor Krissi Danielsson says WLANs are natural and inevitable.

  • January 05, 2004 05 Jan'04

    High-tech winners and losers of 2003

    Wireless LAN technology was a sure-fire winner in 2003, but which other technologies made the grade? Which ones didn't? Check out our list.

  • December 29, 2003 29 Dec'03

    In '04, wireless to take enterprises by storm

    Will stronger wireless security standards finally be enterprise-ready in the next year? Find out what our experts think about that subject and much more in their 2004 predictions.

  • December 23, 2003 23 Dec'03

    In 2003, tech-centric ads go mainstream

    Tech companies are relying on mainstream media more than ever not only to push their products, but to build brand awareness. Expect to see even more mainstream tech ads in 2004.

  • December 19, 2003 19 Dec'03

    Fast Guide to IT Humor

    According to Andrew Carnegie, "There's little success where there's little laughter." That would seem to suggest to us that most presentations are not very successful, and could be vastly improved by the leavening agent of humor. With that in mind ...