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February 06, 2015
A lot of enterprises struggle with the financial side of the bring your own device model, so it's important to develop a smart system for compensating employees.
January 15, 2015
Alone, Samsung and BlackBerry are no match for Apple in the enterprise. But together, the companies could build an enterprise mobility empire.
October 25, 2013
Mobile workers rely on the cloud and expect ubiquitous network connectivity, but there are ways to stay productive offline when Wi-Fi isn't available.
May 02, 2013
BYOD shops could spend far more than necessary. Strategies for managing mobile expenses, such as corporate mobile plans and split billing, can help.
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HSPA (high speed packet access) is a third-generation (3G) mobile broadband communications technology. Continue Reading
Long Term Evolution-Advanced (LTE-Advanced) is a cellular networking standard that offers higher throughput than its predecessor, the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard. Continue Reading
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802.11ac access points have finally arrived, bringing significant improvements over 802.11n -- especially now that everyone's on Wi-Fi. Continue Reading
AT&T Toggle 2.0 now supports iOS devices, but it may require multiple data plans for the same phone. Continue Reading
Kinect, Xbox 360’s motion-sensing technology, will be available for business application developers next year. Plus: news on HP’s latest tablet and AT&T’s LTE phones. Continue Reading
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As cellular technology develops, the carrier fights over standards like CDMA vs. GSM are starting to matter less and less. With LTE becoming the new standard, just how important are these differences to consumers? Continue Reading
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As more employees make work calls on their smartphones, employers may consider ditching their landlines, but that can lead to unforeseen problems. Continue Reading
If your users travel internationally, they can rack up some serious roaming bills. Five easy changes can reduce data roaming charges significantly. Continue Reading
Demand for enterprise mobile unified communications is increasing, but mobile operators are slow to address the business market. 4G (supported by LTE and WiMAX standards) could force operators to support mobile unified communications. Continue Reading