HEADLINES

Going Global

6/8/2007
From accelerating airport operations in Helsinki to providing context-aware local service marketing in Singapore, mobility is breeding innovation abroad.

Mobilizing Legacy Applications Is it Time?

6/8/2007
To improve customer service and efficiency, SuperShuttle turned to Vettro to provide the middleware and software that would enable the company's backend system with two-way communications using durable Nextel i605 phones.

Alltel Hearts the Enterprise

5/1/2007
Alltel Wireless, America's largest wireless network (by coverage area, that is; by subscriber base it ranks fifth) wants to more thoroughly embrace the enterprise market, and it has launched two new Web sites to better make these intentions known.

Big Savings or Big Hype?

4/24/2007
Voice over WiFi is set to save businesses a lot of money -- but not until at least 2008.

From Windshield Time to Wrench Time

4/24/2007
Field service organizations that still manage technicians the old-fashioned way are missing out on the competitive advantages of automated, optimized scheduling and dispatch solutions.

Meeting Real-Time Demand

4/24/2007
Microsoft's Kevin Kerr discusses the pace of business, what it takes to be competitive and where mobility is headed.

Samsung Blackjack

4/24/2007
Thin, black and sleek, the Samsung Blackjack is fit for a player.

Building the Business Case

4/11/2007
Building a business case for mobile deployments is not always easy. It can be particularly difficult when the benefits are intangible and the return on investment (ROI) has to be measured in soft dollars.

Device Redux

4/10/2007
Second-generation deployments combine lessons learned the first time with a whole new set of considerations.
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