We ask leading mobile enterprise executives about the gadgets they can't live without. Find out what Jeffrey DeSimone, IT Manager, Bristol-Myers Squibb likes to keep handy.
What does the consumerization of enterprise mobility really mean?
The stores, also to be operated by InMotion Entertainment, will sell exclusively BlackBerry products and services. Find out where else they will be located.
Find out about the availability and cost of the smartphone designed for value, which comes complete with slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
Three key themes emerge from a series of case studies about enterprise use of the iPhone. Check out what they're all about.
For your reading pleasure, we've excerpted details from a series of enterprise case studies that appear on Appple's website describing how enterprises are using the iPhone.
The BoxTone User Self-Service Module for the BlackBerry wireless platform, is a new software product designed to enable enterprise IT staffs and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to lower the cost of supporting their mobile users while ensuring a high quality of service. Find out how.
In August 2008 we asked Mobile Enterprise readers whether they were considering the then-new iPhone 3G for their enterprise.Have the intervening 12 months -- and the introduction of iPhone 3GS -- changed your views on the device?
Find out how much the average U.S. mobile phone owner spends on accessories, according to a surprising study from ABI Research and find out which accessories are particularly hot-selling items.
Two more states make texting while driving illegal, the Governor's Highway Safety Assn. is calling for a national ban, and a Senate bill seeks to
reduce the amount of Federal highway funding available to states that
fail to enact such bans.