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May 2008- Are iPhones ready for business? Some never thought iPhones would make it for personal use. Now Range Networks profiles iPhones and their business capabilities in this presentation.
April 2008- Device management is critical in implementing any mobility solution for the business IT environment, according to Nokia. This presentation details some of the benefits of mobile device management.
March 2008- The range of mobility options is exploding with the introduction of new wireless services and technologies. However, as the collapse of the Muni Wi-Fi business has demonstrated, success is difficult to achieve in deploying radio-based networks, and the wireless business has seen more losers than winners. This presentation discusses some of the major developments in the wireless arena, where they fit, and when and how they will be a factor in enterprise networks.
December 2008- To meet the needs of a continually shifting business landscape, today's messaging environments must also be highly available, flexible, and cost efficient. Discover how using VMware Infrastructure 3 as the preferred platform for Exchange 2007 can help you better align your messaging environment to your business goals. Learn about the benefits of virtualizing Exchange in test and development, non-Mailbox Exchange 2007 server roles, Exchange 2007 Disaster Recovery servers and full virtualization of all Exchange servers.
Many mid-sized companies find it a challenge to deploy and maintain a reliable, cost-effective, and full-featured email and collaboration system. They opt out of implementing feature-rich functionality that would clearly benefit their employees such as widespread mobile messaging or larger mailboxes due to high cost or excessive complexity.
Not long ago, a 30-minute email outage during business hours was considered a tolerable annoyance. Today's email is a 24x7 mission critical application. The vast ...
February 2008- As employees are increasingly un-tethered from the desktop, RIMís extensive line of BlackBerry devices has become one of the cornerstones of office productivity tools ó regardless of industry. From routine correspondence to conducting business-critical tasks, BlackBerrys are relied upon to get the job done. With this new way of managing electronic communication, organizations must consider how their sensitive corporate information will be kept secure and confidential in a BlackBerry environment. Addressing the need to secure ...
January 2008- Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), a leader in the microprocessor industry, wanted an easier-to-manage and more scalable solution for mobile access to e-mail. The company wants a new mobile messaging product that would enhance security and expanded services to users. AMD implemented Windows Mobile version 5.0 with Direct Push Technology to meet those goals. Now employees can use applications like Microsoft Office Communicator Mobile for enhanced collaboration and they have faster access to e-mail. AMD can add ...
January 2008- Companies of all sizes are turning toward mobile devices as a way to help their employees work more effectively and productively. Mobile device manufacturers and mobile network operators have released a wide array of devices with different form factors and capabilities. The Microsoft Exchange Server product family includes integrated support for a wide range of mobile devices, giving companies the ability to choose the right devices for their needs. This paper describes the mobility features ...
January 2008- This paper published by Nortel tells the reader that as service providers combine interactive video with voice, data and mobility services to form quad-play bundles, will their subscribers be watching IP Television (IPTV) or engaging in a new multimedia experience? There is an elegant and cost-effective way to not just deliver a video, voice, data and mobility bundle - but to seamlessly integrate them into a richly interactive and personalized experience.
January 2008- A growing number of businesses regard messaging systems as mission-critical systems. Companies place strict reliability and availability requirements on their e-mail systems. Equally important is the heightened demand for new messaging system features including mobile messaging. An increasingly mobile work force and more geographically dispersed businesses mean that user requirements are continually evolving. All of these factors place demands on IT managers and system architects, who are charged with designing highly reliable, secure, and consistently ...
January 2008- Mobile messaging represents a new marketing media with more than 140 million Americans using mobile phones. Market penetration of wireless devices far out-numbers computers, and as a result there has been much talk about the delivery of promotional offers to these devices. While marketers and wireless carriers are anticipating the opportunity to deliver offers to the hundreds of millions of wireless devices in consumers hands, the challenge is not the delivery of the offer, but how ...
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