Mobile Category


Smartphones for a Cause

Enterprises have a new option for disposing of unused smartphones: donate them to help victims of domestic violence. Read More >

AT+T, Microsoft Plan Windows Phone 7 Debut

Microsoft, AT&T will launch Windows Phone 7 at a high-profile event in New York City on Oct. 11. Read More >

Enterprise Smartphone Support Tools from Samsung

Samsung is offering a range of enterprise tools for its Galaxy S smartphone sand Galaxy tablets that aim to ease IT's smartphone support burdens. Citrix Receiver, which offers access to virtual desktops and business apps, and Sybase Afaria are among the options available. Read More >

Tips for Managing Your Mobile Workforce

Mobile technologies are not just part of our work lives; they are ingrained in everything we do. It's time to look beyond managing mobility in the enterprise as a technology issue and instead think about managing mobility as part of your corporate culture. Read More >

BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet Unveiled

A rash of rumors late last week posited that Research in Motion would call its tablet contender BlackPad. Instead, the company unveiled the PlayBook on Sept. 27, a tablet with a new OS aimed squarely at the mobile enterprise market. Read More >

Intermec's Rugged Smartphone

Intermec's CS40 rugged handheld device has the look of a traditional smartphone, but is built for such places as warehouses and hospitals, where consumer devices don't hold up. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: 10 Tactics For Selling Your CEO On the iPhone

Four of 10 sales of the iPhone are made to enterprise users, according to AT&T Business Solutions CEO Ron Spears. Some of you may be surprised at Spears' comments, made at the Barclays Capital Communications, Media, and Technology conference in New York in May. After all, the iPhone has yet to penetrate the corporate world the way that BlackBerry has, and there are many sound business and... Read More >

$30 BlackBerry Curve 3G

Research In Motion's new BlackBerry Curve 3G version is a low-priced complement to the company's new flagship Torch 9800, as RIM seeks to compete against iPhone and Google Android smartphones. Read More >

Nokia Chairman to Resign

Jorma Ollila, Nokia's chairman, says he will step down in 2012, giving way to even greater transformation for the cell phone maker as it struggles to right its course with a new CEO about to take the helm. Read More >

JPMorgan Chase iPhone Debate

As BlackBerry smartphone competitors Apple and Google close in, JPMorgan Chase considers alternative mobile e-mail devices. Read More >

Apple iOS Gets Wireless Printing

Next week, Apple will introduce iOS 4.1 with iOS 4.2 for iPad soon to follow. The updates aim to fix bugs and offer new features. Read More >

Week In Review: 3PAR Bidding Mania and More

Dell, HP tussle over storage vendor 3PAR, Dell debuts a perplexing mobile strategy, and iPad makes enterprise inroads. Read More >

Dell's $99 Smartphone

Dell introduces the Android-running Aero smartphone as its first U.S. smartphone - a designation that puts its Streak in clear tablet terms. Read More >

SAP Roadmap: Unanswered Questions for CIOs

The announcement by SAP and Sybase of a new technology roadmap emphasized mobility and business analytics. But the plans were short on detail, and leave key questions unanswered for CIOs, analysts say. Read More >

$99 BlackBerry Torch

Amazon is offering the new touchscreen BlackBerry Torch 9800 for $99 with a two-year AT&T contract. This is a 50 percent price cut from the smartphone's $199 debut less than a week ago. Read More >

Net Neutrality, Smartphones: Hot Topics for CIOs

Google and Verizon are in on a net neutrality pact that could scare some CIOs. Plus, BlackBerry is offering the Torch, and Windows Phone 7 has the enterprise in its sights. Read More >

Droid Outsells iPhone: Why CIOs Should Care

Gartner reports that worldwide sales of smartphones with the Android OS surpassed those of iPhones in 2Q 2010. Android also jolted RIM's BlackBerry OS from its longstanding No. 1 position in the U.S. See why this matters to your enterprise. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: BlackBerry Torch: 10 Fast Facts for CIOs

The BlackBerry Torch smartphone hit AT&T stores in the U.S. for $199 on August 12, 2010, the same day that Gartner revealed that sales of devices using Google's Android OS outpaced those of iPhone and even BlackBerry in 2Q 2010. Less than a week later, the Read More >

BlackBerry OS6 for Desktop

With the new BlackBerry Torch 9800 ready to hit the market August 12, Research In Motion has released BlackBerry Desktop Software 6 to make for easy syncing with other devices such as a PC. Read More >

Smartphone or Tablet?

The new Dell Streak is having an identity crisis as it goes on sale August 13. Could it mark the birth of the hybrid Superphone? Read More >

Sybase Unwired Platform Targets Information Workers

After focusing heavily on field service and rugged mobile applications, the latest iteration of the Sybase Unwired Platform is squarely targeting mobile information worker enablement. Here's a look at the company's product roadmap. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: 10 Steps CIOs Can Take to Bolster Mobile Security

Now more than ever, companies are allowing their employees to use smartphones to connect to enterprise email and business intelligence so they can be productive while on the go. From a productivity perspective, smartphones have revolutionized the corporate world. Yet, there is a... Read More >

BlackBerry Torch Offers New Tools for IT

Even though BlackBerry devices remain the darlings of enterprise mobility in North America, contenders such as iPhone and Droid have been making steady inroads, driven largely by worker demand to connect their personal devices to corporate email and business applications. With the introduction of the BlackBerry Torch 9800 and its new BlackBerry OS6, Research In Motion (RIM) made clear that it... Read More >

10 Famous Tech Flameouts

Will Apple's iPhone 4 antenna dilemma's give it a spot in the pantheon of spectacularly flawed products? The device continues to sell briskly even with an antenna that causes it to lose signal when gripped in a certain way. Solutions have ranged from rubber bumpers to duct tape, all of which belie the device's design elegance. Yet, the sales pace of the iPhone 4 to the fanaticism of Apple's... Read More >

Trends Slideshow: 9 Reasons Smartphones Will Take Over Business Computing

In her first post as Editor In Chief of CIO Insight, Susan Nunziata made no bones about her bullishness for the future of mobile computing in the enterprise. We'll go one step further here, skipping right over laptops and tablets, and offer you a future where smartphones are the... Read More >

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