One tablet features a 1.2 GHz processor, Wi-Fi, and Gingerbread, which will be upgradeable to Honeycomb; the other includes Honeycomb, a 1.5GHz processor, 3G CDMA and Wi-Fi connectivity--plus mobile hotspot capabilities.
Integrating AirWatch's MDM solution with NitroDesk's ActiveSync's based e-mail solution enables corporate IT to centrally and securely deploy, monitor, manage, and support large numbers of Android devices.
The Sierra Wireless device allows Sprint users to connect up to eight Wi-Fi-enabled devices--including smartphones from other carriers--for high-speed wireless access.
As devices such as notebooks, tablets, and e-readers become more popular in the workplace, enterprise spending on 3G and 4G services is expected to grow steadily over the next several years.
The partnership enables enterprise employees to access SAP CRM on their mobile devices via Verizon's cloud services.
Research in Motion's PlayBook tablet will offer videoconferencing capabilities; the company integrates cloud services with Microsoft's Office 365.
ZSL unveils its business power and mobile power add-on suite for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 with extended availability on mobile and tablet devices powered by Windows Azure.
Qqest's TimeForce II mobile app for BlackBerry and iOS devices enables companies to better manage employees who work outside of the office.
InstantDx/OnCallData products are noted for their intuitive interface and ease of use while providing multiple clinical modules for BlackBerry users.
ZuniConnect Travel creates a secure wireless network from a wired or wireless internet connection, and using two USB charging ports, simultaneously charges devices such as smartphones and tablets.