Think third-party apps are secure? Think again.
iPad owners can use the Skype app to make free video calls to other Skype users via Wi-Fi networks.
Field-based insurance employees access IBM Cognos business reports via an app for iPad and iPhone.
Researchers from MIT and Princeton University mount smartphones on vehicle dashboards to collect data about traffic signals--which could help drivers avoid waiting at red lights.
Students use iPad2 apps such as Evernote, WebEx, and WorkSnug to enhance their educational experience and collaboration.
IT managers can monitor and control integration processes and servers with an app for iPad.
iPrint app allows Android smartphone users to print to any wireless Epson all-in-one printer in their network.
Letting employees use personal devices is a great idea--as long as the policies and support are in place to protect enterprise data and networks.
mobileStorm's guide offers details on extending healthcare databases and applications to wireless devices.
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