Last week, as Hurricane Sandy was about to hit, we wrote about prepping the enterprise for disaster. However, even the most ready companies were ill-equipped to deal with this storm. From a user perspective, there were many mobile technology fails.
GroupLogic’s activEcho 2.6 has enhanced security and management options while being easier to deploy and use.
The solution helps Dutch supermarket chain Hoogvliet connect and manage over 4,000 self-scan terminals.
The new Splashtop for Business solution released a preview version to prospective users in August.
“Phablet” features SAFE technology for the enterprise, is 50% more compliant than its “nearest competitor” and positions Samsung to gain market share.
It is hard to predict, the effect in the enterprise of the Surface Tablet with Windows Pro, but the fact the device will run all Windows 7 desktop applications versus the sheer consumption capabilities of iPad may make it a desirable device for business.
Wearable, voice activated mobile devices seem like a cool futuristic consumer device, but they are already being used in the field for business.
Highlights of Gartner’s annual “Magic Quadrant for Field Service Management” emphasize the importance of cloud, mobile and social technologies.
Wall Street is working remotely, the carriers are calling in reinforcements, but is your IT organization ready to handle a natural disaster?
The solution from Appointment-Plus lets users add, delete and change appointments and information using an easy-to-use interface.