Friday, February 08, 2013BYOD mobile roaming costs out of control: survey Companies are spending $96 per month on average on data fees for each worker, according to a recent survey
Thursday, September 19, 2002USB gets set to go mobile As mobile workforces grow, the capabilities of mobile devices have to grow as well. Cell phones, for instance, will soon feature more memory and storage space.
Thursday, October 18, 2001Managing the mobile workforce Road warriors who want access to data and applications from wherever they are create new management challenges for corporate network managers.
Thursday, October 18, 2001Managing the mobile workforce Using software from MobileQ, Inc. of Short Hills, N.J., those taking part in the pilot will be able to check e-mail and use the bank’s Lotus Notes applications from any Web browser on a desktop computer, a notebook, a handheld device or even a cell phone.
Thursday, September 06, 2001New Canadian voice recognition player emerges A new player in the voice recognition tools business has emerged and will focus its efforts on developing its products with mobile field workers in mind.
Thursday, August 23, 2001It’s a wired, wired world The big issue for wireless is ensuring the transaction does indeed happen, said Barry Oxby, a partner for Sierra Systems in Calgary.
Thursday, August 23, 2001New Canadian voice recognition player comes in loud and clear A new player in the voice recognition tools business has emerged and will focus its efforts on developing its products with mobile field workers in mind.
Thursday, August 23, 2001It’s A Wired, Wired World It’s just a matter of time until mobile IT workers say sayonara to extension cords and become completely wireless, according to a recent survey by the Cutter Consortium.
Wednesday, November 15, 2000Smart Phones Mobile Phones Are Getting Data-Smart
Tuesday, October 24, 2000IT Must Evolve or Fall by the Wayside IT organizations can best survive the coming years by evolving from service providers to full business partners, according to a report from International Data Corp. That means partnering with vendors, customers and others across their own organizations to demonstrate information technology's true value, said Mary Hartman, an analyst at the Framingham, Mass.-based research firm.