Mobile Devices

Mobile devices are aimed at workers and consumers not working from a wired outlet. The mobile device category is expanding by leaps and bounds, and includes everything from cell phones, feature phones and smartphones to laptops, mobile Internet devices (MIDs), tablet computers and ultra-mobile PCs (UMPCs). Mobile devices are benefiting from the growth of 3G networks and will become even more ubiquitous as 4G grows. There is more diversity in the types of devices and operating systems than in the desktop world.


Articles

A Techie at the Detroit North American International Auto Show

The technology used by the car makers to present their automotive showpieces at the North American International Auto Show was a fun mix. More >

BlackBerry CEO Chen to Enterprise: 'We Are Very Much Alive, Thank You'

BlackBerry's enterprise base received strategy details in a note from CEO John Chen, who added, "Our for-sale sign has been taken down." More >

The Looming Smartphone Power Crunch

There have been at least a couple of underlying core concerns in the world of smartphones since the category exploded. One is whether the great guns of the hacker and cracker world will be turned More >

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Interviews

XOEye Technologies Taking Wearables Beyond the Device

Wearable devices and applications developed specifically for the enterprise have potential for profound changes in the workplace and work itself.

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BYOD, Wireless Drive Network Complexity

The explosion of wireless devices has increased the number of devices workers use at home and at work. Ankur Chadda discusses the implications this has on the enterprise.

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Protect Data or Device? The Key Choice in Securing Mobility

Focusing on the device inconveniences users and doesn't work.

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Resource centers

Business Intelligence

Business performance information for strategic and operational decision-making

SOA

SOA uses interoperable services grouped around business processes to ease data integration

Data Warehousing

Data warehousing helps companies make sense of their operational data

Editor's Choice

Debunking Five Myths About Cloud-Based Phone Service

Security Staffing

Cloud-based communications are becoming increasingly mainstream and businesses will benefit from adapting now, rather than scrambling to catch up later.

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How Apple and IBM Could Successfully Merge

It’s On: The IoT Standards Games

Seeing Storage Through the Clouds

RSA Adds Ability to Track Web Sessions in Real Time

 

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