A Solution for Secure BYOD

mobilEcho 4.5 turns iOS and Android devices into secure, compliant and controlled mobile offices.

Apple, BlackBerry, Microsoft and Samsung

IDC predicted a near 30% growth in the smart connected device market by the end of the year, and there's been a lot of action of late on that front, with the top 4 (or is that 3 now?) launching, releasing and selling.

BlackBerry Z30

Running on BlackBerry OS version 10.2, new 5-inch smartphone is designed to ensure users are always connected and productive.

3 Emerging Mobile Trends

Mobile technology moves at the speed of light, apparently. Just three years ago, the iPad debuted. Today tablets are taking over, and the workforce is running with that technology to new frontiers. Here are three mobile-enabled areas “ready to explode.”

The Mini Galaxy

Beginning Sept. 27, AT&T will offer the Samsung Galaxy S III mini for $0.99 with a two-year agreement. The smartphone is now available for pre-order.

Managed File Transfer

Ipswitch launches solution that allows enterprises (especially those in highly-regulated industries like healthcare, financial services and insurance) to send important files securely from iOS and Android devices.

Fighting Crime with Mobility

Disconnection was foiling law enforcement work, so the St. Paul Police Department implemented a network performance management solution from NetMotion Wireless.

Support for iOS 7

With Apple making a play for the enterprise via its new operating system, solution providers are stepping up to offer support.
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