Smartphone Frustrations Revealed
We asked you what your smartphone experiences were, and wow did you have a lot to complain about! Nobody's denying that a smartphone is a good productivity tool--in theory. But in reality, the smartphone manufacturers and operating system makers have their work cut out for them. If they want proof, I have over 50 complaints sitting in my in-box that I've compiled into a list. The most common complaints are included here, so read on.
Intuit's Not Just for Small Businesses Any More
Intuit QuickBase's general manager Jana Eggers calls it the "app gap": that divide between rich, complex enterprise apps and less complex workgroup tasks often handled using email, spreadsheets, and manual methods. For quick, simple applications that let workgroups in large companies manage sales, customers, and projects, QuickBase offers a library of hosted tools that can be used independently or in combination, knit together if necessary by a Corporate Edition management layer.
Kodak Raises the Bar in Production Document Imaging
Billions of loans, insurance claims and other transactions are still handled on paper. With no end of paperwork in sight, Kodak has introduced a new top-of-the-line document scanner for production imaging environments.
Vernier, Kanematsu Partner
Kanematsu Electronics has selected Vernier's EdgeWall product family for its Network Access Control (NAC) solution
5 Steps To Getting A Handle On The Smartphone Explosion
The marriage between the cell phone and the PDA has resulted in the smartphone, a wireless productivity tool that many businesses can't live without. In fact, many consumers are also addicted to smartphones, relying on them for wireless e-mail and on-the-go Web access. But with a new model coming out (what feels like) each week, different form factors, and tons of new features, choosing the right smartphone can be overwhelming. If you're an IT manager looking to equip your workers with one of th
Four Steps To Data Security
Here's some advice on setting your corporate data security agenda to avoid privacy pitfalls that can undermine any data management strategy.
Australian Company Fined
Sophos has welcomed news that an Australian company and its director have been fined a total of 5.5 million Australian (AU) dollars
Oracle's Fusion Plan
Oracle's John Wookey has pledged to keep the company's multiple lines of business applications going well into the future.
Cambia Joins Alliance
Cambia Security has become a Premier Alliance Partner in the Mercury Alliance Program
AmberPoint Takes Duo Approach To SOA Policy Governance
AmberPoint has introduced a version of its SOA management software that decouples governance and execution of policies, a move that's becoming necessary as infrastructure vendors add the ability to execute rules in their products.
Courion, Citrix Team
Courion announced ComplianceCourier's new Access Compliance capabilities through its integration with Citrix
Just When You Thought It Was Safe
Think those old security problems are all solved? Dark Reading's 'Ten Most Dangerous Things Users Do Online' may make you think again
Insightix, Resilience Team
Insightix announced an OEM partnership to integrate Insightix's solutions on Resilience security appliances
This is one false positive that would be great with peanut butter
Novell Intros Solution
Novell announced the worldwide availability of Novell Access Manager 3, its next-generation access management solution
Put Lotus Notes on a Stick
IBM announced yesterday the new version of Lotus Notes allows users to copy their Lotus Notes desktop to small USB devices.
Passfaces, Thornberry Team
Thornberry to integrate Passfaces patented authentication
product into its existing information management software
SBA Hosts Chat
Web chat on how SMBs can use www.business.gov when searching for compliance information