Enterprise Apps

The New BlackBerry 10 Alpha Devices Are in Developer Hands

At BlackBerry World RIM this week has announced, demonstrated and delivered to developers a new BB 10-based smart mobile device - a prototype of what new versions of BlackBerry hardware might look like when the devices launch in early Q3 2012. The developer device does not sport a keyboard - and that's good news.

Reducing Wireless Device Expenses: Mobile Expense Management Solutions

Today's fast-paced business relies more than ever on cell/smart phones, tablets and data cards to stay connected. However, with growth comes significant challenge in managing the expenses associated with wireless devices. This quick-read whitepaper shows how organizations can improve their management of mobile devices including achieving better service, improved productivity, and hard-dollar cost savings up to 25%.

Mobile Applications: Build vs. Buy

Companies that are preparing to move forward with mobile deployments more often than not believe they can simply build mobile applications in-house. Nothing is further from the truth however. Excellent TCO and ROI can only be gained through quick deployments that leverage already established expertise. This white paper provides a comprehensive perspective on the issue.

ST-Ericsson Announces New Strategic Direction and Partnership

The new strategic direction leverages on ST-Ericsson's unique capability to deliver complete system solutions for smartphones and tablets. Competitive integrated modem plus application processor solutions will be the key differentiating offering through a combined approach of development and alliances.

Datalight Releases First Full-Featured File System for Android

The company has released its new Reliance Nitro 2.7, the first full-featured file system for Android. The new Android file system combines strong read and write performance with fast mount time, rock-solid reliability, and a comprehensive tool set.
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Mobile Risk: Security Is Not a Game

IDC predicts 2 billion mobile devices will be shipped by 2017, while Gartner expects a 26 billion Internet of Things installed base (excluding smartphones and tablets) by 2020. With more devices, more machines, more connectivity comes more risk.