Nokia is the world leader in mobility, driving the transformation and growth of the converging Internet and communications industries. We make a wide range of mobile devices with services and software that enable people to experience music, navigation, video, television, imaging, games, business mobility and more. Developing and growing our offering of consumer Internet services, as well as our enterprise solutions and software, is a key area of focus. We also provide equipment, solutions and services for communications networks through Nokia Siemens Networks.

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Whitepaper: Bring Order to Chaos: A Guide for Creating a Corporate Mobility Policy

by NokiaJul 01, 2008

Working within IT, you�ve likely received countless requests from different users and departments for mobile access to corporate applications and data. On the surface, these requests may seem easy enough to address � but without a clearly defined mobility policy in place, acting on them can lead to a host of problems ranging from data security breaches to excessive mobile device and support costs. This white paper will help you gain control over your mobile assets by jump-starting the creation of a corporate mobility policy. It describes how you create a corporate mobility policy, common pitfalls, and how to avoid them.

Whitepaper: Mobility At Work: Mobile Device Management

by NokiaApr 30, 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.

Whitepaper: Merging Mobility with Unified Communications

by NokiaMar 19, 2008

For enterprises, mobile unified communications holds the promise of increasing productivity, saving money, and integrating business processes.

Whitepaper: Small Change, Big Impact: The Benefits of a Basic IT Mobility Strategy

by NokiaJan 01, 2008

Every year the workplace becomes more mobile. However most businesses do not have a clear IT mobility strategy, as it is often perceived as a big and expensive change to implement. The key elements of a basic mobility strategy should include applying IT practices to mobile procurement, offering secure network access to remote and mobile workers, and then extending email applications to mobile devices. This paper explains how these steps can be applied to the business, and the benefits of bringing them together to create a platform for future growth.

Whitepaper: Towards Securing Disruption-Tolerant Networking

by NokiaJan 01, 2008

Most of the existing Internet applications are built on the assumption of immediate end-to-end connectivity. However, there are many scenarios, like messaging in sparsely populated areas, in which immediate connectivity is not available. Recently, the use of identity-based cryptography has been proposed as one way to help solve some of the security issues in Disruption-Tolerant Networks (DTNs). This paper discusses the security issues of DTNs, survey proposed solutions, and identify some improvements.

Whitepaper: Peer-to-Peer Content Sharing in Wireless Networks

by NokiaJan 01, 2008

This paper published by Nokia discusses about Peer-to-Peer Content Sharing in Wireless Networks. A very efficient peer-to-peer application layer architecture is analyzed as a potential candidate for wireless peer-to-peer applications. Its performance in terms of generated traffic and load balance are simulated for different sizes. A number of candidate cluster topologies are proposed. Based on the simulation results the identification of cluster topology and cluster size is performed.

Whitepaper: A Practical Look at Network Address Translation

by NokiaJan 01, 2008

Network Address Translation (NAT) is a technology that is useful to many network administrators because it saves time and money when dealing with network IP addresses. NAT allows a single network device, such as a router or firewall, to act as an agent between the public network space and a private network space. The NAT-enabled agent makes it possible to use a single IP address to represent an entire group of networked computers. NAT also helps network administrators manage the private and public portions of their network because with NAT, administrators can separate the private and public address spaces

Whitepaper: Availability Modelling of the 3GPP R99 Telecommunication Networks

by NokiaJan 01, 2008

This paper, presents the availability modeling for the 3GPP R99 network architecture. The analytical availability modeling approach has been used. Analytical availability models can be broadly classified into two groups: non-state space (e.g. reliability block diagrams) and state-space models (e.g. Markov models). These models are briefly discussed. The reliability block diagram method is easier to use and has been applied to model the availability of the 3GPP R99 network architecture.

Whitepaper: White Paper: Nokia One Business Server - A Breakthrough Advance for IT Management of a Mobile Enterprise

by NokiaJan 01, 2008

As a global leader in mobile solutions, Nokia accomplishments to stay ahead of these challenges and deliver end-to-end solutions that enable easy implementation and management of enterprise mobility. The wealth of corporate content that now exists was created for the ""Big screen"" - the large monitors on desktop and laptop PCs. This paper provides IT decision-makers with an overview of Nokia One Business Server by providing a thorough understanding of how the breakthrough Nokia One view technology functions, including the ""Behind the scenes"" design objectives and the ""Under the hood"" architecture.

Whitepaper: Nokia IP265 and Check Point NGX

by NokiaJan 01, 2008

This white paper is dedicated to customers looking for screenshot-based information about Nokia IP265 running Check Point NGX. Nokia IP265 running IPSO 3.9 customers are able to run Check Point NGX and use SmartView Monitor. Previous versions of Check Point do not support SmartView Monitor on Nokia IP265. The paper is based on IPSO 3.9 Beta033 and Check Point NGX (R60) Build 458.