Tazzle IT enables day warriors to easily store and wirelessly transfer data from their BlackBerry smartphones to any Windows-based computer system.
WorkLight's mobile application platform is the first to enable development using both native and web languages in the same codebase to balance efficiency and the user experience.
In part one of our Editorial Advisory Board outlook, we examine a range of issues, from 4G and the consumerization of IT to the mobile OS war and mobility in the cloud.
The latest report from InformationWeek Analytics assesses current trends as mobile apps become increasingly strategic tools for enterprises competing in the global environment.
Security solutions provider Trend Micro will be launching a number of applications aimed at protecting Android devices from cyber attacks and other threats.
IDC reviews the three major carriers with mobile enterprise service offerings. Find out which two landed the "leaders" designation, which one is currently a "major player," and why.
Business Time is a one-tap time tracker for Android devices, designed specifically for freelancers, consultants, tradespeople, and other time-based billing operations.
RIM's highly anticipated BlackBerry PlayBook tablet made a splash when it debuted at CES earlier this month. Get the inside scoop on what reviewers have to say about the device, its new OS, and its place in the enterprise.
Seregon expands its cross-platform mobile application development solution to include the forthcoming BlackBerry PlayBook.
Solar thermal manufacturer FAFCO deploys AltiGen's MaxMobile unified communications solution to provide complete business phone functionality over iPhones, BlackBerrys, and Android devices.