In the last installment of our two-part series, our Editorial Advisory Board members dish on tablets, mobile data, device, and network security, the hottest new technologies, and what they think will be 2011's mobile flop.
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UnboundID Corp.'s new version of its identity management platform is designed to enable the delivery of cloud services and mobile applications.
MyScript Notes Mobile provides notes management, notes search, and document annotation for Android tablet and iPad in 30 languages.
The EXTENSION Mobile app for EXTENSION HealthAlert for Nurses and HealthAlert for Physicians offers real-time clinical workflow communication solutions for enterprise healthcare organizations via iPhones or iPod touch devices.
WorkLight's mobile application platform is the first to enable development using both native and web languages in the same codebase to balance efficiency and the user experience.
In part one of our Editorial Advisory Board outlook, we examine a range of issues, from 4G and the consumerization of IT to the mobile OS war and mobility in the cloud.
The latest report from InformationWeek Analytics assesses current trends as mobile apps become increasingly strategic tools for enterprises competing in the global environment.
Security solutions provider Trend Micro will be launching a number of applications aimed at protecting Android devices from cyber attacks and other threats.
Business Time is a one-tap time tracker for Android devices, designed specifically for freelancers, consultants, tradespeople, and other time-based billing operations.