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Mobile Devices Get a KwikBoost

3/7/2013
Multi-device charging stations now available in higher education, hospital facilities and automotive/service centers nationwide.

Is BlackBerry Back?

3/4/2013
Acknowledging that it "tested the patience" of customers and assuring that "those days are over" executives from BlackBerry spoke directly to IT admins, end users and decision makers at BlackBerry Enterprise Forums around the country. Don't count it out, but BlackBerry is not fully back just yet - there is still no U.S. availability date.

Better Mobility Through Mobility

3/4/2013
The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) took the smart approach in developing its most recent mobile application — it began with the end result.

BoxWave Dual Charger

3/4/2013
BoxWave has released its Dual Micro High Current Car Charger, allowing users to charge two devices at a time while on the road.

Armor Phone Case

3/4/2013
OtterBox will soon be offering its waterproof, drop proof, dust proof and crush proof phone cases for Samsung Galaxy S III.

ASUS Transformer Pro

3/4/2013
The all-in-one PC features a detachable king-size Android 4.1 tablet with an 18.5 inch display.

CIO Q&A

3/4/2013
Rear Admiral Robert E. Day Jr., Assistant Commandant for C4 & IT; Chief Information Officer; Director, Cyber Command, Pre-Commissioning Detachment; U.S. Coast Guard.

Keeping it Connected

3/4/2013
With the increased number of devices in the enterprise along with the expectation of instant and always on, corporate networks are being strained and can't always keep up with the latest technology.
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