Vol. 4, No. 34
September 15, 2005

Nokia Launches Corporate E-mail System
By Rita Kushnir

Nokia, this week, announced its egalitarian new corporate e-mail system, the Nokia Business Center, which is designed to offer employees of all ranks an affordable way to send and receive e-mail from their mobile phones. Currently, only 10 million of the world's 650 million corporate e-mail accounts are accessed from mobile devices, mostly by high-ranking company officials or salespeople. Nokia vows to change that and give all employees access.

Nokia Business Center comes in two versions: standard and professional. The standard client allows the user to write, read and delete e-mail, work offline and manage local folders. It includes support for English, French, German, Spanish and Italian languages. The professional client version, in addition to all features of the standard, offers a graphical e-mail experience similar to that provided by Microsoft Outlook. It also includes support for handling meeting requests, sorted views, full attachment support and corporate directory access. When a company purchases a Nokia Business Center server license, the standard version of the software is free. Each server license covers 400 people and retails for $2,218. The professional version requires an additional one-time per-user fee.

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Third Issue of Mobile Enterprise Outlook Now Available

Outlook 4 Mobility and Mobile Enterprise Media's joint venture targets IT professionals with quarterly reports on wireless and mobile computing convergence. A lot has happened since the second issue of Mobile Enterprise Outlook. Here are some highlights from the third issue:

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2nd Issue of WIRELESS ENTERPRISE Magazine Now Available

The 2nd issue of the WIRELESS ENTERPRISE magazine is now available in both electronic and print format . This issue features leading companies that are deploying mobile solutions, including British Airways, O2 , 20th Century Fox, CAS and more. Another highlight is a story about sending e-mail from Mt. Everest. The magazine was produced by Mobile Enterprise Media and is co-sponsored by HP, Messaging Architects, Nokia and palmOne.

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Access Agrees to Buy PalmSource for $324M
Japanese software company Access, maker of the NetFront Internet browser for mobile devices, has agreed to buy PalmSource, maker of the Palm operating system for handheld computers and cell phones, for $324 million in cash.
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WCDMA Uptake Slower than Expected, According to ABI Research
WCDMA services are penetrating markets more slowly than analysts had first anticipated, according to the latest assessment from ABI Research.
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iAnywhere Unveils Sales Anywhere For Salesforce
iAnywhere Solutions, a subsidiary of Sybase, and salesforce.com, the market and technology leader in on-demand customer relationship management (CRM), have announced Sales Anywhere for Salesforce. Sales Anywhere for Salesforce ensures that salesforce.com customers have quick, easy access to business critical information on their handheld devices – with or without a wireless connection.
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Mobile Entertainment Summit and Marketplace, September 26, 2005
San Francisco, California

Don't Miss North America's Largest Mobile Content Event!

Joing us at MES as we discuss the hottest trends for mobile content and applications, and provide a dynamic deal making environment between content owners and distributors. Learn about the cutting edge in mobile content and technology.  Learn more at www.ihollywoodforum.com

Frontline Solutions Conference & Expo, September 26-29, 2005
Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois

Frontline Solutions Conference & Expo 2005 focuses on providing supply chain operations and logistics managers, IT personnel, and executives with the information they need to implement supply chain technologies to improve business performance. This is a must-attend event for managers and executives on the front line of supply chain innovation looking to successfully boost customer satisfaction and streamline supply and demand chain processes. To register, or for more information please visit www.frontlineexpo.com.

CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment 2005, September 27-29
San Francisco, California

CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment 2005 brings together the two entities of wireless data: Enterprise and Entertainment. On the Enterprise side the spotlight is on incorporating wireless technologies into the enterprise and vertical business markets. On the flip side, the show reflects the explosive growth in wireless Entertainment - encompassing everything from mobile content (music, video, wallpapers, etc.) to digital camera to interactive games. Click here for more information.


AFSMI World Conference, October 9-13, 2005
Nashville, Tennessee

2005 World Conference, the world's largest gathering of executives in customer service and support, celebrates Association For Services Management International's 30th Birthday . This year's theme— Fine Tuning Your Connections —represents how AFSM International and the World Conference bring together customer service and support professionals to connect and share real-life situations, experiences, best practices, case studies and innovations in our industry—knowledge that you can take back and put to use immediately in your organizations. Click here for more information.

Mobile Business Expo, October 9-12, 2005
Chicago, Illinois

Mobile Business Expo integrates the business strategies, technologies, tools and corporate issues necessary to build an end-to-end mobile strategy and manage a mobile workforce. Give your workforce the anywhere, anytime access to applications, data and communications that fast-moving markets demand. Register with code MLCJMB19 to save $100 on regular rates.

SecureGOV 2005, October 16-18, 2005
Hot Springs, Virginia

Through an eclectic mix of keynote presentations, interactive think tanks, roundtables, workshops and conference sessions, the U.S. Government's elite will evaluate key strategies and technologies essential to overcoming top security challenges currently facing the public sector. Click here.

WiMAX World Conference & Exposition, October 26-28, 2005
Boston World Trade Center, Boston, Massachusets

WiMAX World Conference & Exposition is the world's largest wireless broadband business solutions event focused on covering WiMAX business and technology solutions. The conference is endorsed by the WiMAX Forum and is sponsored by the industry's leading wireless broadband solution companies including official corporate host Motorola and sponsors ATT, Siemens, Intel, NextNet, Fujitsu, IBM and 130+ sponsors and exhibitors. WiMAX WORLD 2005 includes over 3 days of comprehensive seminars, special events and exhibits. Save $200 on your conference registration – use priority code: WMXMEM or receive a complimentary EXPO PASS – use priority code: WMXOPXF. For more info, see www.wimaxworld.com


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