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Alice (or Allen) in MobileLand
Cell phones, smartphones, and similar mobile devices are beginning to play an active role in customer relationship management; many of these handheld devices

handheld device  u there? from his handheld device. While certainly looking for style (we all like to feel trendy), this road warrior is also looking for enterprise functionality. Think Blackberry Pearl here, or even better, the new Blackberry 8800 , dubbed the 8800. Aside from sizzling hot looks, mobile devices that support enterprise functionality are becoming increasingly important to a large number of traveling employees. The numbers almost speak for themselves. In June 2006, IDC released its Worldwide Quarterly Read More...
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The IT Infrastructure Outsourcing knowledge base focuses on the selection of companies who provide outsource services in the areas of information technology (IT) infrastructure. The typical type...
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Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands!
The Palm VII is a logical wireless extension of the Palm Pilot platform. The Palm VII is a data-driven device allowing access to such information as news

handheld device  successful evolution of Palm's handheld devices. We would further recommend, given the proliferation of Palm devices, that Palm developers create management software for IT administrators and support personnel to not only track inventory, but also to access and track usage billing. User Recommendations The Palm VII has never made a solid pitch for corporate usability and viability and has therefore never received the success associated with the Palm III and Palm V platforms. If you have either of these Read More...
Handspring’s Visor Passes Pocket PC
After less than a quarter in retail outlets, Handspring’s Palm-OS based Visor has sprung past Windows-based handhelds in market share.

handheld device  reveals that Visor, a handheld from upstart startup Handspring, has now captured 25% of all retail sales in May (up from 18% in April) of personal digital assistants (PDAs). The Visor has also maintained its hold on the #2 position (behind Palm, Inc.), surpassing such established vendors as Casio and Compaq, both sellers of Windows-based devices. Handspring was formed two years ago by CEO Donna Dubinsky, Chief Product Officer Jeff Hawkins, and Sr. VP of Sales and Marketing Ed Colligan, all of whom left Read More...
Secure Mobile ERP-Is It Possible?
Mobile devices are the workstation of the future—the new normal. Today’s organizations need to support mobile devices, whether this means adapting current

handheld device  ends up on a handheld device. The realities of the mobile device user experience and connectivity means that native apps are the most intuitive and desirable way to work on mobile devices. The rate at which native apps are being produced specifically for the different mobile platforms versus traditional Web applications being optimized for mobile devices makes it apparent that this is the way enterprise application end users will be working. While IT may have to relinquish some control over which mobile Read More...
Will MS try the
In what may be another attempt to gain some kind of foothold in the handheld and embedded-OS market, rumors are floating that Microsoft will open the source

handheld device  the operating system for Handheld PC and PocketPC (formerly Palm-size PC) devices. However, Microsoft also is positioning it as an embedded operating system that complements its Windows NT Embedded product. Windows NT Embedded, Microsoft has said, is aimed at larger, more complex devices, such as network switches. Market Impact Yet another attempt by Microsoft to do anything serious beyond the desktop and server space. Microsoft has been trying desperately to break open the PalmOS hold on the Read More...
Predictive Service Excellence for Printers: An Overview of Remote Service Platforms for Printer and Copier Devices
Networked printers and multifunction peripherals often require a high level of support and manual intervention. Secure remote monitoring platforms reduce device

handheld device  Service Excellence for Printers: An Overview of Remote Service Platforms for Printer and Copier Devices Networked printers and multifunction peripherals often require a high level of support and manual intervention. Secure remote monitoring platforms reduce device downtime by automating service alerts and meter reading, and providing proactive toner replenishment. Users benefit from improved device uptime, and manufacturers and their service partners can build proactive service relationships Read More...
Carrying the Can: Consumerization and Enterprise Mobility
There is an increasing trend among employees toward using their personal mobile device for fulfilment of their work commitments. While this appears to bring

handheld device  the Can: Consumerization and Enterprise Mobility There is an increasing trend among employees toward using their personal mobile device for fulfilment of their work commitments. While this appears to bring many benefits for the employee while, on the face of it, reducing upfront costs for employers, it does introduce significant on-going costs and risks for the organisation. However, with many appealing mobile consumer devices being offered, the trend is likely to increase. Organizations need to Read More...
Application-oriented Networking and the SecureSpan XML Networking Gateway
XML gateways, a new class of networking device, manage message-level security, service-level agreements (SLAs), and performance in service-oriented

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Palm to Give Developers a Leg Up
Palm, Inc. announced a new initiative to help designers and developers increase the quantity and speed of bringing Palm-based products to market.

handheld device  Palm OS and compatible handheld devices. Palm will help developers in all phases of product development: Concept Phase - development kits Development Phase - prototyping help Production Phase - introductions to preferred manufacturing companies Distribution and Marketing - third-party referrals Palm-based devices hold a 70%-80% share of the handheld hardware and software markets. Key competition to Palm devices are Pocket PC devices, based on Microsoft's Windows CE (WinCE) operating system. Palm says Read More...
Cisco’s Complete Network in a Box
Cisco has extended its Architecture for Voice, Video, and Integrated Data (AVVID) to the mid-sized market. Cisco has introduced the new LAN switching solution

handheld device  Complete Network in a Box Cisco’s Complete Network in a Box G. Duhaime - June 16, 2000 Event Summary In May Cisco Systems, Inc. introduced a new high performance device targeted for mid-sized companies with 250-1000 employees to its LAN switching product line. This Catalyst switch is based on Cisco's Architecture for Voice, Video, and Integrated Data (AVVID) technology. The new Catalyst 3524-PWR-XL is best described as a Complete Network in a Box . This device is leveraging Cisco's AVVID Read More...
Google Acquires Smart, Connected Products Manufacturer Nest
Google has announced that it has entered into an agreement to buy smart device manufacturer Nest Labs for $3.2 billion (USD) in cash. Now the future of smart

handheld device  Acquires Smart, Connected Products Manufacturer Nest Google has announced that it has entered into an agreement to buy smart device manufacturer Nest Labs for $3.2 billion (USD) in cash. Nest is a startup company that makes cutting edge smart home devices such as the Nest Thermostat and Nest Protect. Nest’s mission since its launch in 2011 has been “to reinvent unloved but important devices in the home such as thermostats and smoke alarms.”   At this year’s National Retail Federation’s Read More...
Don’t Forget to Factor In Mobile ERP When Selecting a New ERP System
A 2011 study of mid-market manufacturers sought to understand the nature of demand for mobile access to enterprise resource planning (ERP) and other enterprise

handheld device  Forget to Factor In Mobile ERP When Selecting a New ERP System With the proliferation of smartphones, tablet computers, and other mobile computing devices—and the associated increase in applications designed for them—the obvious question is when users of enterprise solutions including enterprise resource planning (ERP) will be able to access company-wide solutions from their mobile devices in meaningful ways. In mid-2011, as IFS prepared for the release of IFS Touch Apps , its mobile ERP Read More...
MySQL Replication Using DRBD
The distributed replicated block device (DRBD) is a software-based replicated storage solution mirroring the content of block devices (hard disks, partitions

handheld device  Replication Using DRBD The distributed replicated block device (DRBD) is a software-based replicated storage solution mirroring the content of block devices (hard disks, partitions, logical volumes, etc.) between servers. DRBD mirrors data in real time, transparently, and synchronously or asynchronously. Learn how to initialize it and configure your MySQL server to use DRBD to synchronize your data, as well as troubleshooting tips. Read More...
Choosing between Mobile Apps and Mobile Web
With mobile device use fast growing, 2012 seems to be the ‘year of the mobile.’ As companies embrace mobility, a key issue is the mobile versus app debate, and

handheld device  between Mobile Apps and Mobile Web With mobile device use fast growing, 2012 seems to be the ‘year of the mobile.’ As companies embrace mobility, a key issue is the mobile versus app debate, and whether there is an argument for producing a mobile application over a mobile site. This white paper looks at the pros and cons of both native apps and mobile Web, and dives into the things that companies should consider before making a choice between mobile app and Web. Read More...
Market Focus Report: The Value of Mobile and Social for CRM
Nucleus Research surveyed 223 CRM decision makers to analyze the benefits of adding mobile device access and social capabilities to CRM. Respondents included

handheld device  Focus Report: The Value of Mobile and Social for CRM Nucleus Research surveyed 223 CRM decision makers to analyze the benefits of adding mobile device access and social capabilities to CRM. Respondents included small, medium, and large enterprises using both on-demand and on-premise CRM applications. Results show that adding mobile access and social collaboration to CRM delivers significant benefits to organizations. See why you should consider mobile and social CRM adoption. Read More...

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