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Could Xbox-branded smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, smartglasses, and home automation devices be Microsoft's "mobile-first world" strategy? Or is Microsoft planning to carve off the brand so it can better focus on enterprise?
An alliance between Fruition Partners and Mobile Reach will extend capabilities of the ServiceNow Service Automation platform securely to barcode scanners, smartphones, and tablets.
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As Platform 3.0 ripens, expect agile access, distribution of actionable intelligence across enterprise: The Open Group panel
The Open Group Conference in Philadelphia will focus on the current shift to so-called Platform 3.0, the new model through which big data, cloud, and mobile and social — in combination — allow for advanced intelligence and automation in business.
Twitter to sales force automation, mobile marketing to virals
EZ TestApp offers the TenKod innovative solutions for all mobile applications testing automation needs. The platform provides mobile...
Asian enterprise mobile users most want sales force automation and location-based applications while on the go, say vendors.
Less than 40% of organizations in Europe currently have a mobile data strategy, but this is a slight increase compared to a couple of years ago, indicating that organizations are starting to look at implementing strategies created specifically to bring more mobility to employees. Only 4% of the organizations surveyed are interested in committing to mobile data applications such as push-to-talk, mobile group calling, and more business-specific applications such as mobile sales force automation.
The Anywhere Mobile Client deployed with your hosted telephony convergence solution enables you to experience true Enterprise Mobility...
The NetBook Pro looks like a mini-notebook, yet runs the handheld-orientated Windows CE .NET 4.2 OS. Although it’s primarily aimed at corporate mobile workforces, we think it could have wider appeal.
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