Your Top Headlines Of 2008

By  Susan Nunziata — December 26, 2008

We've compiled a list of the articles favored by readers of our weekly Mobilizer e-newsletter and visitors to our website. While BlackBerrys and iPhones are the clearcut winners, you're also focusing on all things related to the wireless workplace, including expense management, effective needs analysis and security.


A Tale Of Two BlackBerrys: How The Bold & The Storm Are Faring So Far
One is a sleek upgrade of a tried-and-true device, the other takes things in a whole new direction with a clickable touchscreen. Both came to market in November 2008. Here's how they're faring so far.

No Summer Of Love For Apple iPhone 3G
Connectivity problems plague iPhone users. Is the device a canary in the coal mine of 3G networks, or is the problem really all about a chip?

Winners Of The 7th Annual Mobilizer Awards 2008
Please join us in congratulating the winners and honorable mentions and read on to find out more about their creative mobile solutions.

See The Results Of The Mobile Enterprise iPhone Poll
Mobile Enterprise asked whether or not you're considering the iPhone 3G for your enterprise. Here's what you had to say.

L.A. Train Crash Raises Questions About Enterprise Text-Messaging Policies
What responsibility does an enterprise have when it comes to employees texting and emailing while they're behind the wheel?

2008 Mobile Enterprise Salary Survey
How does your compensation package stack up to that of your peers? In our first ever salary survey, we sought to create a representative snapshot of the salary outlook for the average mobile enterprise executive.

TJX Indictments & Wireless Security
The security of wireless networks is a perennial concern for mobile enterprises, but it rarely makes the headlines of mainstream news media. However, the topic again rose to national prominence last week when the U.S. Attorney General handed down 11 indictments in the infamous TJX case, in which hackers made off with more than 45 million credit card numbers from retail outlets, including T.J. Maxx and Marshall's.

 
The All-Wireless Workplace: What's It All About?
It's a lively concept that engenders much debate. Not everybody even agrees on what it really means. But like the change of seasons, it seems to cycle back around every quarter.

International Wireless Expense Management: The Unlocked Device Conundrum
A Strategy Analytics report finds that unlocked devices can help multinational enterprises control telecom costs for their global travelers.

Process & Strategy: Effective Needs Analysis
In the second of our three-part series on process and strategy, Craig Settles interviews I.T. executives from a range of enterprises, including Dunkin' Donuts, Cox Enterprises and 7-Eleven, about the process of needs analysis in any mobile deployment.

The Wireless Campus
Universities aren't only hotbeds of higher learning. They're also oftentimes on the cutting edge of deploying the latest wireless solutions.

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