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  • Mobile devices: Business or personal property?

    Corporate data -- from company phone directories to confidential memos -- is floating around on devices outside the control of network and IT operations and management. In this column, Craig Mathias believes every enterprise must deal with the fact ...  Continue Reading

  • Defining mobility solutions

    Mobile solutions fall into one of three distinct philosophical categories and the solution you apply to your enterprise depends to some extent on the particular mobility needs of those involved. Craig Mathias explores three desktop replacement ...  Continue Reading

  • Policies for mobile computing

    Mobile computing policies are critical to maintaining the integrity of your organization. While there are several variables in what constitutes a mobile policy, the advice in this column will help you define your needs and understand the core ...  Continue Reading

  • Location-based services for your mobile

    In this tip, Lisa Phifer describes location-based services, emerging LBS applications and discusses ways in which your mobile workforce can benefit from LBS applications today.  Continue Reading

  • Wireless options for PDAs and smartphones

    Wireless PDA and smartphone sales are booming. Most of today's new handhelds have built-in wireless interfaces that can be used to reach other users, corporate servers, and the public Internet. Mobile connectivity has never been easier, but which ...  Continue Reading

  • What to do when a laptop is lost or stolen

    There are a few key steps to take if one of your corporate laptops is lost or stolen. These measures will help you respond rather than react, and they will get you back on the road to recovery, minimizing any future worries.  Continue Reading

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