Another terrible quarter for the Blackberry as new CEO pin the company's future on the enterprise and not consumers.
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Stats from Net Applications suggest that the Android OS could be losing share to the Java ME runtime environment, but that could be due to rapid Internet access growth in Asia.
Another rough quarter for the smartphone vendor as delays and competitive challenges set in.
Security firm Bit9 says a majority of smartphones are running out-of-date and insecure operating systems that present a threat to critical business data. It has created a list of 12 of the most vulnerable smartphones. Guess who dominates the list?
Blackberry maker's revenues and net income decline, as it plans for the future with patents and the PlayBook 2.0.
OK, you want a tablet PC, but do you really need one? We'll walk you through that decision process and help you decide what to buy.
Apple is pushing further into the enterprise with a tech support plan called Joint Venture that's aimed at small businesses using iPads and Macs, according to reports.
Mobile management firm Good Technology and Sprint are partnering up to provide mobile security and messaging tools for Android devices.
The made-to-order PC maker continues its transformation from vendor to IT services company with a portfolio of six mobile management services.
Zenprise introduces new mobile management tools that bring automatic provisioning of apps, presentations and video to Android devices.
Mobile cloud computing is a hot new trend that's still in its infancy -- but it's not too early for mobile management get up to speed on the pertinent issues impacting this development.
Analyst offers insight on the two key drivers pushing mobile management to consider implementing individual-liable device policies as well as perspective on the future of the trend and how it impacts the enterprise.
Our wish list containing the top 7 improvements we'd like to see in Microsoft's new mobile OS.
Wireless and mobile computing experts offer their analysis of what the industry can expect to see as hot trends for the next year.
Mobile management software firm releases update that automates mobile app discovery, deployment and security.
Everything mobile IT needs to know about how iOS 4.2 impacts the use of the iPad for mobile computing in the enterprise.
We highlight seven of the key features of Research In Motion's BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 that cover mobile security and mobile management.
The emerging trend of mobile commerce continues to take off as smartphones become more powerful and mobile apps become more sophisticated.
BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 offers mobile management, mobile security and compatibility with major enterprise applications.
Verizon's new mobile management platform makes it easier for mobile office workers to run enterpise applications, while AT&T's mobile device management service aims to ease mobile OS fragmentation challenges.
We outline five ways mobile management can ensure that corporate data and enterprise apps are being securely and efficiently shared with mobile workers.
Mobile business intelligence is one of the most compelling sectors of the mobile app market, with the iPhone and iPad leading the way as the mobile devices of choice for this use.
MobilityCentral updates improve user interface, scalability and mobile security for mobile IT tasked with supervising mobile devices in the enterprise.
Our mobile management guide to using the iPad in the health care field covers mobile security, mobile apps, remote access issues, configuration tasks, medical imaging and more.
Getting the best performance out of your Android-powered handset isn't just about mobile apps. We provide 10 tips for maximizing the mobile computing power of your Android smartphone.
As mobile office workers proliferate in the enterprise, it's important to make sure the old standby apps you use are capable of being leveraged. We outline six tips for bringing legacy apps into the mobile computing era.
We highlight the key steps to selecting a voice communications platform for your enterprise that bridges both voice and data domains.
Windows Phone 7: What's in it for business users? We outline seven key considerations for the enterprise to help mobile IT decide whether to opt in or out.
We highlight the impact the iPad is having on all aspects of the health care field and why it's poised to beat out smartphones and laptops in telehealth services.
We outline the key features of the latest update to iOS 4 and the iPhone Configuration Utility 3.1 released by Apple.
MobileIron's 3.0 version includes a Mobility Application Programming Interface, which lets channel partners of MobileIron or enterprise IT staff set up management capabilities for smartphones.
The challenges of overseeing a fragmented mobile landscape can be mitigated with mobile management software. We highlight the critical issues to consider when choosing a third-party solution.
Selective wipe, remote troubleshooting and customizable profile features are new to Zenprise's mobile management software.
Answers to five standard questions that mobile IT departments are asking about how iPads can securely join smartphones, laptops and other mobile devices in the enterprise. The answers will help mobile managers equip mobile office workers with iPads without compromising your organizations security.
We outline all the steps needed to understand, configure, and use iOS 4's mobile device management service as well as highlight key differences in third-party solutions that work with iOS 4.
This comprehensive review highlights key features of AirWatch Enterprise Package, which helps mobile IT provision, track and enforce policies on iPhones, Android handsets and Windows Mobile devices.
AT&T, Motorola, and Verizon recently unveiled new or enhanced mobile management solutions -- we highlight the differences in features and target markets.
We highlight the most common pitfalls mobile IT units make in deploying a mobile management solution -- and tips for how to avoid them.
Android-powered handsets may have the edge compared to the iPhone when it comes to being the best smartphone for small businesses' mobile computing needs.
As RIM releases more teasers on its new mobile operating system, we outline the best of what's to come in BlackBerry OS 6 and how it all compares to rivals iOS and Android.
An examination of Sybase SQL Anywhere, which now supports the iPhone, and SQLite wraps up our assessment of top mobile database solutions.
This report examines the top players in the mobile database market, starting with SQL Server Compact, Oracle Database Lite and IBM DB2 Everyplace.
How the changing landscape of mobile UIs is impacting mobile management and Google's efforts on addressing mobile Linux Android fragmentation with version 3.0, dubbed Gingerbread.
A must-read for mobile IT departments that need to work with developers on choosing the best mobile operating system for their business.
An overview of mobile apps supported in the cloud and the key factors driving mobile cloud computing, which include online collaboration, mobile security, HTML 5 and bandwidth issues.
A single sign-on feature, separation of business and personal content on BlackBerrys, self-service security tools and expanded Web browser compatibility are all included in the new BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5 software version 5.0.2.
We highlight the top 5 considerations to weigh when drafting a plan for purchasing and deploying mobile CRM.
As Apple's new mobile platform iOS 4 rolls out, Sybase responds with new Afaria tools that help mobile IT with security and mobile app managment.
Mobile device management features give IT more iPhone security and configuration control. Meanwhile, Good Technology unwraps compliance solution for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
MobileIron unveils new mobile management tools to work with mobile security and mobile app management features in Apple's iOS 4, out today.
How to address the recent iPad security issues, iPad printing workarounds and iPad desktop and wireless sync options are just part of what's covered in our comprehensive mobile IT guide for managing the mobile computing device in the enterprise.
We offer expert analysis on why mobile computing smartphones running on Google's Linux-based Android OS are going to seriously challenge both the iPhone and BlackBerry.
An overview of Android 2.2 features in the context of what they mean for mobile IT departments.
Unlimited data plans are bad for network performance, but even tiered data billing may not be enough to keep consumers and enterprise users happy.
If you need to help staff stay in touch -- even during summer downtime -- we've got the tools you need to keep your mobile office workers connected while decompressing.
BoxTone and Motorola are introducing new services designed to allow mobile IT staff to oversee and evaluate mobile devices and network performance.
Has your V.P. ever racked up $100,000 in roaming and texting charges? Mobile IT managers trying to budget data plans can empathize with the winners of Visage Mobile's Outrageous Overages Contest.
Mobile office workers fall into vastly different demographics, so mobile management should not use a "one-size-fits-all" approach to policy, according to survey. Plus, the most productive tools for mobile employees.
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.
Company expands client virtualization offerings to provide improved performance and support for Citrix desktop virtualization.
Apperian helps mobile IT managers build internal mobile downloads for iPad and iPhone.
Our mobile IT managers guide to deploying and supervising personal smarpthones in the enterprise covers mobile security, the use of mobile apps and policy creation.
Though Apple previewed iPhone OS 4 earlier this month, there's still a lot we don't know about the new mobile security and enterprise features. We provide a guide for what to expect when it debuts this summer.
Dell's Lightning, a portrait-slider Windows Phone 7, is striking. To get ready for Microsoft's new release, we provide a primer on Windows Phone 7 Series including five things every mobile IT manager should know.
Enterprise vendors, including Cisco and Sybase, are already lined up to support Apple's new mobile device, the iPad.
We put the iPhone OS 4 upgrade into context for mobile IT staff by outlining features covering mobile security, deployment, mobile apps and mobile management. The iPhone is poised to rumble with RIM in the workplace.
The mobile management space is expanding at a fast clip to keep pace with the proliferation of mobile devices in the enterprise. We highlight three new offerings covering mobile security and more.
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.
Mobile management software firm Zenprise today rolls out remote control for BlackBerry troubleshooting and mobile security. Plus, enterprise management support for the iPad.
A mobile app for iPhone strengthens security to make the mobile device IT friendly. Also, AT&T rolls out two new mobile Web applications for Oracle CRM On Demand.
A primer on the benefits of Wi-Fi-based, real-time location systems. We cover deployment, security and examples of use in mobile health care and industries requiring asset tracking.
Recognizing telemedicine trend, Fiberlink's cloud-based telehealth solution offers streamlined mobile management and mobile security HIPAA compliance.
Our comprehensive guide to 19 key mobile IT issues concerning the iPad in the office, classroom or hospital. We cover deployment, online collaboration, security, mobile apps and more. Plus, resources and tools for mobile management of the iPhone in the enterprise.
We outline key topics mobile IT staff need to evaluate to select the best smartphone for their mobile computing workforce.
BlackBerry Exchange Server slims down for smaller businesses that want enterprise-level smartphone security without paying the high cost.
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