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Samsung Solutions Exchange

10/1/2013
The range of offerings from third party providers is designed to increase productivity and ROI, including sales and management applications, mobile device management solutions, cloud services, collaboration tools and security solutions.

The Question of Managing Mobile Content

10/1/2013
Are you confident  in your company’s mobile content management process? 51% of organizations have “big doubts” about the process according to recent research.

Supporting Apple, BlackBerry and Mobile Choice

9/30/2013
Apple continues to dominate the enterprise, but BlackBerry hangs on in companies like Kimberly-Clark, where leadership wants to enable choice. Both OSes, along with enabling BYOD, however, come with unique set of challenges.

4 Categories of App Platforms

9/30/2013
Research says that the app platform landscape can be split into four types of players. Understanding who falls where will help enterprises match their needs to the right solution and is the beginning step to measuring the “Return on Mobility.”

The New Family of Kindle Fires

9/30/2013
Amazon is set to enter the enterprise with the third generation of Kindle Fire. Tablets offer encryption support, secure Wi-Fi, a native VPN client and Kerberos support for Intranet access.

New Scanphone Automates Data Collection

9/27/2013
Honeywell has released the Dolphin 60S, a device which blends the capabilities of a consumer smart phone, rugged mobile computer and barcode scanner.

Targeting the Market

9/25/2013
TV watchers might have noticed a flurry of spots for the latest mobile devices. As Q4 approaches, this will increase even more. Here’s how tech companies target consumers, and in turn, the enterprise.
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