|Total Solution Provider
How can a company that doesn’t make or sell anything offer customized end-to-end solutions? Just ask Brightpoint.
|The Big Picture
When it comes to enterprise security, a whole lot of new problems crop up when you add mobility to the picture.
|Owning the Problem
Will the magic of a complete end-to-end solution cure remote worker connectivity and support ills?
|A Singular Solution
The youngest—and now largest—of the U.S. carriers has its gaze on the enterprise, the future and success.
|A Change in the Weather
According to one insider, the newest mobile OS from Microsoft aims to speed convergence and ease business productivity.
|Magnolia in Bloom
With a strong product, field testing complete and a new round of investor funding, Magnolia Broadband has about it the sweet smell of success.
|A Forum for Change
Nokia’s charge into developing wireless applications is ably led by Lee Epting.
|Getting the Go-To Guy
NetMotion Wireless’ new CEO has a way with technology companies
|It Just Gets Better
Good’s hands-off approach to wireless flexibility just got easier.
|iPass Ushers in
How one small company with a concept advanced an industry.
One British security provider found a fast, effective way to convince global companies to reconsider their security standards—it hacked into their networks.
|The Mobile Endgame Part 2
Benchmarking ideas for the cost of ownership
|The Mobile Endgame
Answering the "So what?" factor for enterprise decision makers
Not one to rest on its laurels, Nextel has new sales and professional products, as well as a network boost in the works to stay ahead of the pack.
|The Tsunami Is Coming
Up to now, setting up a WLAN has been a fairly simple affair: Plug in some wires, adjust the antennas and fire up the laptop. Nothing to worry about, right? Not any more.
|Verizon Airfone Takes Flight
Celebrating its 20th year in the in-flight telecommunications industry, Verizon Airfone is making still more in-roads to in-flight connectivity.
|Symbolizing the Future
Providing access to information at the point of business activity is where enterprise mobility should be focused.
On its way to taking over the mobile space, Microsoft claims it hasn’t forgotten about the bottom line for businesses.
|Keep It Simple
Sprint’s Terry Yu argues that making wireless data easy and secure—not just fast—is the key to enterprise adoption.
|Ear to the Ground
The Yankee Group keeps tabs on shoddy devices and
mobile apps supplanting middleware.