New ‘Cloud in a Box’

As part of its IT Transformation Service, iTrinegy adds a pre-deployment service for organizations planning to move to the cloud.

Does BlackBerry have any Playbook?

BlackBerry Q1 earnings were reported today, as well as the move to cease efforts to add BB10 to tablets, while there seemed to be  hints of a new go to market strategy.

ANTENNA Enhances AMPchroma

Enterprises can now dramatically reduce the time and cost of deploying mobile apps by leveraging cloud services for value-added functionality.

PRTG for Android Now Available

Paessler’s new app allows administrators to control IT Networks on the go via Android smartphones or Kindle Fire HD

Developers on Apps for iPhone or Android Tablet

App developers are changing their focus, with tablets becoming the preferred form factor and the enterprise becoming the preferred user, according to an Appcelerator/IDC survey. How do the operating systems stand?

Brainshark Optimizes for Smartphones

Product enhancements to the Sales Enablement Portal designed to better support iOS and Android users. In addition, Brainshark Rapid Learning, the company’s Learning Management Solution, now has a redesigned interface and other new features for mobile interactions.

Samsung Offers Three New Tablets

As part of the Galaxy Tab 3 family, this trio of devices features a range of screen sizes and a suite of experiences for different user preferences.
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