Brocade jumps into the wireless market with a big buy.
New wired and wireless technology from Aruba benefits from the capabilities of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Though not yet officially a standard, Wi-Fi Alliance is now pushing low-power Internet of Things approach.
Guest WiFi can be a real security challenge, but it doesn't have to be that way.
X2 and XD2 WiFi hardware debut, adding new entry-level and Wave 2 802.11ac gear to the Xirrus portfolio.
New technologies improve enterprise WLAN performance and prepare Wi-Fi networks for the demands of the Internet of Things future.
Consolidation in the WLAN marketplace continues.
The IoT era demands pervasive wireless connectivity, and Xirrus want to be the company that makes it happen.
Facebook's IPO may be one for the record books, but trading glitches and a murky advertising and mobile outlook are weighing on investors' minds.
U.S Government blamed by AT&T for killing $39 Billion deal.
AT&T set to take a $4 billion charge as T-Mobile merger falters
$39 Billion deal could be in trouble.
The two tech titans' joint venture will allow Office 365 cloud functionality to be ported on to RIM's mobile devices.
The new BlackBerry edition of RIM's Windows-based messaging and wireless server offers synchronization, security, IT policy management and control features for small businesses. Plus, an update to Twitter for BlackBerry.
Mobile and virtualization advances let a growing number of employees work outside the office. But are they more productive?
We outline the tools, apps and services that companies need to use the iPad to show videos -- to customers one-on-one, to larger audiences, and to employees everywhere.
We show you how to get up and running with the free BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express tool from Research In Motion.
We outline five ways mobile management can ensure that corporate data and enterprise apps are being securely and efficiently shared with mobile workers.
The computer giant plans to shift its employees to its own Venue Pro, Windows Phone 7 devices.
BES Express lets BlackBerry users remotely synch email, calendar, contacts and manage corporate email from their RIM smartphones.
Latest splash of unwelcome news for the wireless sector comes from the Hill, where House Oversight Committee subcommittee Chairman Dennis Kucinich announces a probe into debt-collection practices.
Fresh on the heels of announcing a retail coup with Apple's iPad, AT&T is now shifting gears, and outlining a strategy to market the device directly to business customers.
Commission moves to crack down on wireless billing practices, votes to begin rulemaking process for mobility fund to spur new wireless data networks.
The open source CRM vendor is prepping a mobile version of its offering for the iPad and iPhone.
Move over Nextel, there's a new push-to-talk solution, BeOn, from Harris Corporation that runs on 3G and 4G networks.
We highlight the key steps to selecting a voice communications platform for your enterprise that bridges both voice and data domains.
An inopportune tweet reveals that Microsoft is planning to let its new Windows Phone 7 mobile devices sync up with Apple Macs, and the company confirms.
The new features work on the iPhone 3G and iPhone 4 models via either a 3G or Wi-Fi connection.
Mobile IT staff interested in shaving hundreds of dollars off their enterprise phone bills can use Gmail with a Google Voice account to make free calls. We show you how.
Real-time collaboration is coming to the iPad and Android-based mobile devices sometime in the next few weeks courtesy of Google Docs co-editing tool.
Vocera moves beyond the badge to a much more diverse ecosystem that is interoperable with iPhones, Blackberrys and IP PBXs, serving mobile health care and other verticals.
Tablet PCs such as the Cisco Cius and smartphones such as the iPhone 4 are finally making videoconferencing a viable component of mobile computing. We outline the mobile devices, mobile apps, services and accessories that are part of this emerging trend.
A tutorial for mobile IT staff on how to use Windows Mobile remote access options to gain access to computers from smartphones.
A critical issue mobile IT needs to consider when selecting smartphones for mobile office workers is how well the mobile device works with Microsoft's Exchange email servers.
New tablet targets enterprise uses and will leverage all of Cisco's existing collaboration technologies in a bid to one-up the popular iPad.
The networking giant is testing a new enterprise collaboration platform, with a specialized mobile app offering, called Mobile Quad, optimized for the iPad and iPhone.
Keep your enterprise connected to customers with unified communications service Ribbit, which works with both Salesforce.com and Oracle CRM.
An overview of one business owner's switch from Microsoft Outlook and BlackBerrys to cloud-based Google Apps and the Linux-based Android Nexus One.
Verizon Business rolled out a new cloud-based service that will make it much easier for mobile office workers to securely access their corporate networks.
Research In Motion and Mitel partnered up to bring the full range of Mitel's unified communications functionality to the BlackBerry smartphone.
Our buyer's guide to CRM software compares the available options and provides insight to what works best for mobile management.
Research In Motion adds voice-over-Wi-Fi to Mobile Voice System 5 and unveils two new BlackBerry models on eve of wireless symposioum.
Cisco today releases a free WebEx BlackBerry application that makes it easier to join and participate in meetings while on the road and that allows for online collaboration.
SAP rolls out on-demand, collaborative decision-making suite that lets users create and share documents, wikis and applications online within the same software platform.
Mobile computing on the iPhone just got easier: long-awaited multitasking, a hosted advertising platform and new enterprise-friendly features highlight iPhone 4 OS.
As the iPad bows with big buzz and Apple shows off iPhone OS 4, we offer you 35 enterprise apps for the iPhone that will make your mobile workforce more productive -- right now.
An overview of what types of mobile enterprise functionality the iPad delivers and a forecast for when it will become mass deployed in the enterprise for mobile computing.
The Mowego platform enables mobile communications and connectivity between enterprises and their workforces by meshing SAP functionality with non-SAP data, other applications and smartphones.
The Internet giant's new migration tool helps Microsoft Exchange customers transfer data to Google Apps. The move is the company's latest assault on Microsoft in a brewing collaboration software war.
Nokia's Ovi Store for mobile downloads gets a full-featured Skype mobile app that supports calling over wireless data connections.
Deploying mobile VoIP can cut costs, but given all the options, it can be a daunting task. We provide all you need to know to select the best mobile VoIP service for your enterprise.
If you're ready to cut the cord to your servers -- and save money -- we offer guidance on how to migrate your enterprise e-mail to the cloud in four easy steps.
The pros and cons of 10 Web-based online collaboration apps that are aimed at workgroups and project management.
Cisco and Juniper introduce services aimed at helping wireless networks handle exponential data growth.
Already available for Symbian, Android, and Microsoft Windows Mobile devices, VPhone recently joined the near-endless roster of mobile apps available through the iTunes App Store. These and other mobile VoIP apps can help mobile IT manage wireless costs.
The networking giant sees the iPhone as a key part of its unified communications strategy in the mobile enterprise app space.
Good Technology buys CloudSync, extending mobile office support to laptops, ruggedized handhelds.
Skype is making inroads into the enterprise as its latest business offering enters a new phase.
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