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  • May 12, 2010 12 May'10

    Vendor vision: Mitel pitches strong mobility move with UC Advanced 3.1

    In this podcast, Mitel's Rick Dell discusses the company's focus on enterprise mobility with the release of Unified Communicator Advanced 3.1. Learn about UC Advanced 3.1's key features and what's next for Mitel in the mobility market.

  • March 03, 2010 03 Mar'10

    Balancing security, business case for consumer products in enterprise

    Security managers looking to curb their network risks struggle with employees' desire to use consumer-oriented devices and services like smartphones, USB drives and social media.

  • February 16, 2010 16 Feb'10

    Streamlining mobile device management with SaaS

    Successful mobile device management includes collecting and maintaining tax documentation, managing expense reports and streamlining mobile device administration costs. Learn about the tax liabilities associated with inaccurate mobile usage reports,...

  • February 02, 2010 02 Feb'10

    Smartphone hypervisors -- what's the use?

    Useful tool or parlor toy -- is there value in a smartphone with a hypervisor and a receiver that turns users' phones into virtual desktop access devices?

  • September 22, 2009 22 Sep'09

    Ensuring mobile data protection for smartphones is critical

    The tidal wave of threats against your company's IT resources -- and in particular, its data -- has never been higher. As users store company data to their smartphones and similar mobile devices, we asked Sean Glynn, head of product development with...

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  • August 10, 2009 10 Aug'09

    Want mobile carrier openness? Be careful what you wish for!

    What would happen if the carrier exclusivity that we've grown accustomed to for our mobile devices were to end? In this article, Jack Gold of J. Gold Associates looks at the pros and cons if exclusivity arrangements were to be regulated out of ...

  • July 21, 2009 21 Jul'09

    The future of netbooks in the enterprise

    Netbook use is growing among corporate workers, but what does their future look like in the enterprise?

  • July 13, 2009 13 Jul'09

    Managing your company's cellular assets with telecom expense management

    Mobile and wireless managers are using telecom expense management (TEM) to gain visibility into and control over their wireline telecom costs. As wireless begins to consume ever greater amounts of your telecom budget, we're getting more questions ...

  • June 02, 2009 02 Jun'09

    Untethering the smartphone with an enterprise application store

    Handset vendors, such as BlackBerry and Apple, have simplified installation of smartphone applications. The irony: Although smartphones are the most connected enterprise devices, many operating systems and applications still require the smartphone ...

  • May 18, 2009 18 May'09

    Interop wireless: Exploring enterprise wireless trends

    If there was ever any doubt that wireless networks, applications and devices would take hold in the enterprise, this spring's Interop conference lineup puts it to rest. The show has three conference tracks dedicated to wireless: Enterprise ...

  • April 15, 2009 15 Apr'09

    Mobile app stores: Enterprise software is where the money will be made

    At a recent panel discussion on the future of mobile applications, Google's Rich Miner said enterprise applications are where the real money is to be made.

  • April 01, 2009 01 Apr'09

    RIM opens up BlackBerry App World

    After months of anticipation, RIM has opened up its own mobile application storefront, BlackBerry App World. Users in the U.S., U.K. and Canada will have immediate access to the store and almost 1,000 applications from partners like Bloomberg and ...

  • March 24, 2009 24 Mar'09

    Sybase offers enterprise-ready iPhone solution on the App Store

    Sybase yesterday announced a new version of iAnywhere Mobile Office with expanded iPhone support and availability on the iPhone App Store. Sybase's approach for enhanced security and usability make it the first in the middleware space to encrypt all...

  • March 02, 2009 02 Mar'09

    iPhone hacking: Lessons from the front line

    At last month's Gartner Wireless and Mobile Summit, the iPhone was the elephant in the room – an enormous IT challenge that's here to stay, no matter how hard enterprises try to ignore it. In his annual update on mobile devices, Gartner ...

  • December 08, 2008 08 Dec'08

    RIM makes hostile takeover bid for encryption vendor Certicom

    BlackBerry maker RIM is looking to gain more control over the security components of its platform by launching a hostile takeover of Certicom, a vendor of encryption technology for the BlackBerry and many other mobile platforms.

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