Updates to Damaka's Xync Collab lets users participate in scheduled meetings from iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
The seemingly simple task for enterprises of effectively communicating information, especially under urgent conditions -- and with assured delivery -- falls entirely to SMS and text messaging.
Really Simple Mobile CRM application utilizes cloud and smartphone technology to provide real-time access to sales and marketing information for small and medium-sized mobile workforces.
Wavelink Corporation has announced the release of Avalanche SmartDevice Server 2.0, which adds new features for managing smartphones and tablets. Additionally, the new release adds support for Apple's iOS 5.
Did Research in Motion make a major mistake in acquiring QNX? Can RIM ever reboot?
The two companies have joined forces to create a mobile personal health monitor - dubbed "Macaw" - that assesses health risks and integrates information from other health and fitness apps, from external lab results, and from a variety of wireless devices.
Verizon, through integration efforts between partners and its LTE capabilities, looks to target healthcare management, virtual care and clinician workflow issues by creating a large range of new mobile healthcare solutions.
Mobile applications platform vendor Kony has launched a new mobile application capability targeting health plan organizations that need to deliver mobile capabilities for competitive differentiation.
2012 cannot be yet another year of Microsoft failing to deliver a meaningful - and impactful - mobile strategy. Enterprises and end users deserve better.
IBM has taken a number of its existing Lotus enterprise collaboration tools, moved them out from behind the firewell and put them in app stores, specifically to target the tablet market. Does it make good business sense for either IBM or potential customers?