Don't-Miss Business Mobility Stories
Remember when the carriers wouldn't allow Google Wallet on their phones? Since Google has already set up a payments infrastructure, it may as well use it for something.
Salesforce.com aims to establish its image as a full-blown CRM (customer relationship management) development platform built for the world of social media and mobile devices with the launch of Salesforce1, which will be unveiled this week at the Dreamforce conference in San Francisco.
Scheduling, billing, inventory and client tracking -- these applications offer complete systems for managing your on-site service business.
More full-featured apps make the new release a capable standalone Web-based office suite.
Amex ReceiptMatch app will let small business cardholders photograph receipts, tag them on the fly, and import them into their QuickBooks account.
The new release of XenMobile from Citrix makes it easier for users to access information and join online meetings.
But is a five-inch BlackBerry enough to lure the world away from their iPhones and Androids?
Many Generation Y workers are willing to circumvent BYOD and security policies if they don't agree with them.
Businesses want to transition off of their BlackBerry dependence, and Good Technology is offering a way to do so smoothly, and without sacrificing security.
Dell's Precision M3800 mobile workstation has a screen with a resolution of 3200 by 1800 pixels and starts at $1799. It's targeted at engineers and creative professionals who need strong application and graphics capabilities.
It's not perfect, but according to a recent survey from FixYa, Safari is the favorite mobile browser among users.
Professional-grade audio and video brings clearer conferencing to mobile devices.