Review: Apple's Speedy iPhone 3GS
Its blazing speed and new features make the 3GS Apple's best iPhone yet, but its App Store, and easy-to-use OS are what set it apart from the Palm Pre and Nokia N97.
Conduit Makes Its Free Browser Toolbars More Attractive To SMBs
Custom browser toolbars are big in Latin America and Eastern Europe, but they never really caught on here in North America. But toolbar leader Conduit wants to change that with new Conduit Open features that create a kind of "app store" for toolbar components.
Simply Continuous "Guarantees" To Restore Your Data
In most cases, backup and disaster recovery companies promise to back up your data. But this new recovery service provider offers a Service Level Agreement that specifies not just that it will safeguard your data and applications, but how long it will take to restore them.
Cost-Conscious Buyers Force Verizon Business To Repackage Web Center
When the economy seemed strong, plenty of companies were willing to pony up for the full multimedia version of Verizon's Web Center contact center service. But now, not so much. So Verizon has come up with Web Center Voice, which leaves out the multimedia, and half the cost.
Enterprise 2.0: Wiki While You Work
The corporation is where Web 2.0 tools hold the most promise to transform social organization, but it's also where there has been the most resistance to change. Although Web 2.0 tools can have a tremendous upside for businesses, the reality is that, inside many companies, reactions to online social networking have been fixated on the downside.
Antenna Software Acquires Dexterra
Antenna expects the buy to give it more leverage in the mobile middleware market, which is expected to grow at a healthy clip as more businesses add mobile device support.
No Skype For Palm Pre Yet
Skype has developed VoIP apps for Windows Mobile-, Android-, and Java-powered phones, but not for the webOS platform.
SAP Unveils SaaS Strategy
SAP's new head of on-demand software applications for large companies provides the first details of SAP's strategy for delivering subscription-based apps to Business Suite customers.
Google App Sync Guns For Microsoft Exchange
The software allows Outlook users to connect to Google Apps for e-mail, contacts, and calendar data, as well as helping Google nibble away at Microsoft's enterprise contracts.
Tough Times Call For (Smart) Technology Investments
In this economy, many companies are reluctant to spend on technology. But technology alone won't save your business; making smart, strategic tech investments can help your business survive and even thrive.
U.K. CIOs Foggy About Cloud Computing
Most are adopting online software and service delivery with secure hosted environments but are hesitating to adopt the cloud computing concept, a new report finds.