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?
Gemalto, a major security vendor, will provide Isis Mobile Commerce Platform with Trusted Service Manager Solution
Pyxis looks to tap into Keane's international professional services network to grow globally.
If nothing else Symantec has done large-scale enterprises a significant favor, by highlighting every possible nook and cranny where mobile security issues lurk. It's well worth scoping out.
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Lenovo and Qualcomm have teamed up to deliver an international-capable tablet. But is it enough to convert enterprise users to a Lenovo ThinkPad mindset?
The company also announced a series of developer tool updates, including WebWorks for BlackBerry smartphones and tablets, the Native SDK for the BlackBerry PlayBook, and a developer beta of BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 with support for Android applications.
The Xora GPS TimeTrack app allows mobile employees to create electronic timecards on their iPhones.
The client is interoperable with the company's Windows Mobile and BlackBerry solutions.