Blackberry News & Articles
| Thursday Jun 24, 2010
There have been some interesting moves in the SMB voice technology market this week with Google making Google Voice freely available and the release of eVocie’s Blackberry App. From a security point of view, research from CDW indicates that many companies are not going secure their data until the very worst happens.
| Tuesday Jun 15, 2010
Collaboration is becoming a major trend this year and BlackBerry users won't be left out thanks to Huddle's (news, site) dedicated teamworking app.
| Wednesday Jun 9, 2010
In a week that has seen a number of new releases on the GRC front, IBM has decided that the best way to deal with security is to build it into applications at the blueprint stage. Social media content is also being vetted for unstructured content that could end you up in e-Discovery hot water.
| Tuesday May 25, 2010
While document management, and more generally enterprise content management, have made strides in the past year, many companies are still fighting to management their content. Oracle has improved its document management capabilities by upgrading Documaker for insurance.
| Thursday May 20, 2010
This week the mobile enterprise offers benefits, increase reports of mobile commerce and worldwide sales of smartphones.
| Thursday May 6, 2010
Only a couple of weeks after it went after local business dollars, Google is back with new tools for SMBs. And yes, a new study shows that SMBs are much more aggressive about taking on new technology than their larger counter parts.
| Wednesday Apr 28, 2010
At the Wireless Enterprise Symposium in Orlando yesterday, RIM execs gave attendees a video preview of the company’s new BlackBerry (news, site) 6 operating system for its next-gen handsets.
| Wednesday Apr 21, 2010
This week in the mobile enterprise, the iPad gets cool video conference solutions, mobile information workers invade and it's all about security, not the device.
| Thursday Apr 15, 2010
As more companies capitalize on advancing mobile technology, emergent mobile tech offers both promises and pitfalls. Each week we aim to bring you the top stories affecting mobile in the enterprise. From operating systems to security to mobile collaboration, we’ll be sure to cover it.
This week we check out iPhone OS 4 , the iPad and what it'll do for your workday, how BlackBerry users are getting social in the enterprise and end with the (not screaming) voice of your customers.
| Monday Apr 12, 2010
Microblogging king, Twitter (news, site) has made some recent noises about expansion and takes the first step by acquiring an iPhone/Mac Twitter client.
| Thursday Apr 8, 2010
In a week that saw the release of the iPad, AT&T has promised to spend, spend, spend on SMB networks and applications, SharePoint gets an economical workflow monitor and there are rumors about a Microsoft BPOS ‘lite’.
| Wednesday Apr 7, 2010
HyperOffice (news, site) gets ready to invade the old world, partnering to offer its software-and-services bundle to Europe and beyond.
| Tuesday Mar 30, 2010
Microsoft has received a lot of attention this week with the technical preview version of its soon-to-be-released upgraded Dynamics CRM and the announcement of no mobile Office solution for the iPhone. Google also kept Microsoft in the news patching a glitch in the connector between Outlook and Gmail accounts. But it wasn't all about Microsoft - not completely.
| Monday Mar 29, 2010
Number crunchers Juniper (news, site) and other research firms estimate big numbers as Internet use switches from the desktop to the smartphone.