||Lessons in Entertaining (Posted: 01.04 - By Antony Bruno)
Enterprise wireless data vendors shouldn’t be scared off by the entertainment industry’s arrival on the scene.
||NoteBook (Posted: 01.04 - By Teresa von Fuchs)
Wavecom has joined the Symbian Platinum Program, enhancing its offerings to the global smartphone market. The Symbian OS accounts for more than 80 percent of OSs in global handset sales.
||The A-Team (Posted: 01.04 - By Teresa von Fuchs)
Qualcomm’s CDMA-List awards celebrate the impact and innovation of wireless deployments.
||Tick, Tick, TickÖ (Posted: 12.04 - By Emily Kay)
Time is quite literally money when it comes to scheduling and dispatching field technicians. So how are leading companies integrating these solutions into their mobile strategies?
||To the Rescue (January 2004 - By Teresa von Fuchs)
When a mobile device bites the dust, data recovery companies jump in, offering to resurrect “lost” information.
||What A Year Itís Been... (Posted: 01.04 - By Matt Purdue)
Ah, January. The holiday embellishments disappear, the short days and the winter chill sink their teeth in, and we can’t help but become a bit more introspective. January is apposite for peering into the year ahead, but it is also apt for reflecting on where we’ve been.
||Within These Castle Walls (Posted: 01.04 - By Craig Settles)
Smart execs are realizing the ROI hiding right under their noses.
||Book Review (Posted: 02.04 - By Teresa von Fuchs)
S-Business: Reinventing the Services Organization
||Cutting Through the Static (Posted: 02.04 - By Matt Purdue)
At the turn of the 19th century, a Serbian immigrant named Nikola Tesla developed a novel solution for transmitting electric current. Tesla’s innovation was met with derision from the man known—deservedly or not—as America’s electricity czar, Thomas Edison. After years of coil toil, Tesla’s ideas were finally adopted, and today alternating current (AC) systems are universal.
||Ear to the Ground (Posted: 02.04 - By Chris Martins)
The Yankee Group keeps tabs on shoddy devices and mobile apps supplanting middleware.