Xpress Manager features easy, mobile connectivity to remote Oracle databases, providing real-time monitoring and analysis as well as the ability to generate customized reports.
GSM/GPRS/EDGE equipment outlay is likely to represent approximately 31% of the market, or more than $17.5 billion, in 2011.
In the last installment of our two-part series, our Editorial Advisory Board members dish on tablets, mobile data, device, and network security, the hottest new technologies, and what they think will be 2011's mobile flop.
The new app gives medical practitioners secure mobile access to their Amazing Charts records from an iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Need to figure out how much a law firm will charge your company? TyMetrix's RateDriver app for iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry can help.
FAMOC supports 11 mobile OSes -- including Google's Android 2.3 Gingerbread -- and features improved security solutions.
Rove Mobile Admin, a secure smartphone- and tablet-enabled IT management solution, gives IT staff mobile access to incident detection, diagnosis, triage, and resolution.
Datamation Systems, a provider of carts, cabinets, and security devices, announced that it is introducing a suite of products designed specifically for charging, syncing, and storing the iPad and other tablet devices.
dESCO's ESC Mobile app for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Phone 7 devices is a simple, affordable way to outfit service technicians with real-time dispatch information and time tracking in the field.
Demand for tablets will continue to accelerate, with IDC expecting 70.8 million tablets to ship worldwide in 2012.