The mobile operator plans to choose 12 towns for a trial next year that will see it put open femtocells on BT telephone poles in an attempt to boost 3G reception in rural areas
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BT is to invest millions of pounds in a fibre-based broadband deployment in Northern Ireland, the company and the nation's enterprise minister, Arlene Foster, announced on Monday.According to BT and Foster, the investment will, over the next year, see fibre-optic connectivity brought to more than 780 street cabinets, bringing the total of such cabinets in Northern Ireland to over 2,400 and the total percentage of phone lines connected to a fibre-enabled cabinet up to around 88 percent.
At a press conference in New York City, Verizon Wireless CEO Dan Mead and Apple COO Tim Cook take questions about Apple's iPhone 4 coming to the Verizon network in early February.Previous coverage:For Verizon's LTE partners, a 3G iPhone creates opportunityVerizon Wireless support for iPhone 4 opens more enterprise doorsUnlike with AT&T, the Verizon iPhone isn’t the network’s best smartphoneAndroid vs.
The unified comms company will release its Agito Global Enterprise system in March, adding iPhone support to its portfolio for the first time
2008 was a great year for enterprise mobility, with plenty of new technologies and gadgets to keep us mobile workers happier than ever. This year I'm particularly thankful for:-- Apple iPhone 3G for giving us the best mobile Web browsing experience possible on 3.
As a strategic partner to FossBazaar, BT joins companies like Google, HP and Novell in promoting free and open source software in the enterprise.
As a strategic partner to FossBazaar, BT joins companies like Google, HP and Novell in promoting free and open-source software in the enterprise
Sybase said Tuesday that it has launched its iAnywhere Mobile Office software for the iPhone 3G with connections to Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange email.Sybase has been on the iPhone bandwagon since earlier this year, but does bolster the enterprise app lineup available for the iPhone 3G.
UK enterprise adoption of the iPhone 3G may be hampered by security issues and Apple's exclusive partnership with O2, among other factors.
UK enterprise adoption of the iPhone 3G may be hampered by security issues and Apple's exclusive partnership with O2, among other factors
CIOs of top Australian organisations spilled the beans to ZDNet.com.au on what they think of the 3G iPhone, and whether they will let the device, launched early this morning, into their enterprise.
Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: On the road to Midori: RedHawk, MinSafe and Sapphire Next Microsoft enterprise instant messaging/VOIP server: Think 2009Microsoft to push XP SP3 via Auto Update on July 10Microsoft to deliver SQL Server 2008 in AugustJason O'Grady: Mac.com, ahem, MobileMe is down for maintenanceTechRepublic: Poll: Does your IT department plan to support the iPhone 3G, with its improved enterprise features?
Is the iPhone going to rule enterprise mobility? Consider this: a recent Goldman Sachs survey of its IT executives showed that 17 percent expect to support the iPhone 3G in the next year.
Apple's UK iPhone partner is confident the 3G device will receive a warm welcome among businesses both large and small, in every sector
Apple's latest means business
The Nokia E61i that I owned for a few months was one of my favorite S60 devices and I was pleased to see that the rumors were true when Nokia announced the E71 and E66 devices this morning. The Nokia E71 is the successor to the E61 and E61i and includes a QWERTY keyboard, while the E66 continues with the E65 type business device with a small form factor and industrial grade design. Both of these devices are targeted to the enterprise user with specific utilities and applications designed for the business user. I hope we see these come to the U.S. officially and understand there will be U.S. 3G versions of the Nokia E71.
Despite the introduction of a range of enterprise-friendly features, don't expect the 3G iPhone to be welcomed with open arms in your office — unless you're a SME.
Although it was good to see that Apple might finally be staging a significant assault on the enterprise with the 3G iPhone, the one thing that struck me immediately from Steve Jobs's latest product launch is how thin he is looking.There is speculation on the web (isn't there always) that Jobs weight loss could be anything from the return of the pancreatic cancer he was diagnosed with in 2004, to the results of a strict vegan diet.
Apple's iPhone 3G is full of updates. The biggest is that Apple now has an enterprise strategy
Apple launched a blitzkrieg of iPhone moves: You got a 3G iPhone, a cloud computing and storage service and enterprise support. But there are also a few productivity killers in there that would make an IT exec step back.
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