Best Of The Web - November 2010

By  Martha Walz — November 05, 2010

A Closer Look at the BlackBerry Torch 9800
Industry analysts say the new device should help RIM meet the demands of both consumer and business users. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/BlackBerryTorch

 

Mobile Devices Are Creating an On-Demand Workforce
Mobility is creating an on-demand workforce where workers are available 24/7, and enterprises will have
to change how they evaluate productivity. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/OnDemand

 

Tracking a Mobile Workforce
Comcare Health Services uses BlackBerry smartphones to provide its mobile nursing staff with a wide range of functionality, from GPS tracking to mobile scheduling. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/ComcareHealthServices

 

Is Android Enterprise-Ready?
As Android devices exceed sales of other more established mobile operating systems, one key question arises: is Android enterprise-ready? www.mobileenterprisemag.com/AndroidForEnterprise

 

The Threat of a BlackBerry Ban
Several countries have threatened to ban the use of BlackBerry devices, claiming that their their high level of encryption makes surveillance impossible. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/BlackBerryBan

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