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Content tagged with Analytics posted in August 2006
Getting Smart About Smart Phones
Commentary  |  8/29/2006  | 
With the number of enterprise mobile data users expected to grow to 269 million by 2010, as forecasted by research firm Yankee Group, businesspeople will need reliable and functional mobile devices that can serve up everything they need while traveling. For this reason, smart phones are growing in popularity because they offer a choice of mobile operating systems and a range of applications they can support. Read on and take a poll to tell us which smart phones are most popular at your company.
Taming The Wireless E-Mail Beast
Commentary  |  8/18/2006  | 
E-mail is said to be the No. 1 application used by office workers everywhere. But e-mail can also be the No. 1 headache for IT administrators, considering that large companies receive millions of e-mail messages a week, a topic that my colleague Paul McDougall and I explore in our upcoming "E-Mail Beast" feature. Now with wireless e-mail on the rise, companies have twice as many headaches. The good news is technology vendors are coming up with tools to make wireless e-mail more manageable.
Sprint Ready To Reveal 4G Plans Today; WSJ Says WiMax
Commentary  |  8/8/2006  | 
The Wall Street Journal reports that Sprint will choose WiMax technology for its next-generation wireless network. If so, it's a huge win for the fledgling technology, since Intel can only drive WiMax so far.


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