Research In Motion's annual Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2009 was chock-a-block with BlackBerry-centric news, end-user case studies, and plenty of product announcements. The only thing missing was an intervention plan for those whose BlackBerry addictions have gotten out of control.
Mobile workforce management solution from Gearworks streamlines field processes for the waste management and excavation firm.
According to The NPD Group, consumer sales of BlackBerry Curve surpassed those of Apple's iPhone to make it the best-selling consumer smartphone in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2009. Find out how and learn about other insightful smartphone trends reported by the market research firm.
G&D's Mobile Security Card integrates with BlackBerry Device
Software 5.0, due out later this year. The card provides
an independent cryptographic module that authenticates
users and also encrypts information sent to and from a BlackBerry.
Maximizer Mobile CRM for BlackBerry gives professionals instant access
to information in the field including customers' history, leads, sales
opportunities, dashboards, customer service cases, documents, and
LogMeIn Ignition for the BlackBerry Storm smartphone will allow users to access their Internet-connected Windows- and Mac-based computers from virtually anywhere and work as if they were sitting in front of them.
Cellcrypt delivers an easy-to-use, end-to-end security solution for mobile voice calls.
Tangoe's latest version of its Enterprise Mobility Management solution
provides unique capabilities that deliver reduced costs, increased
security, and operational stability of smart device network environments
BlackBerry users connected to BES 5.0 will be able to access the Lotus suite of applications on the go.
New Zenprise module strengthens support for administrators of the
BlackBerry Enterprise solution with device locator, auditing and performance features.