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Survey confirms enterprise users want the same simplicity and ease as they get from mobile apps. But user design and quick app turnarounds aren't part of the enterprise DNA, yet.
Consumers' preference for cash payments and low credit card user base in key Asian markets such as China, India, and Indonesia mean more work to be done to drive mobile point-of-sale adoption.
Software used internally should still be protected even if there's less risk, and companies should know limitations of copyright law and create holistic regime to safeguard intellectual property, say observers.
Companies should not have the right to access private domains such as social media accounts, say market observers, but note there are benefits to adding bosses on your social networks.
Firms must rethink and have transparent IT-related guidelines for new staff, given changing work environment due to influx of Gen Y workers, social media tools and mobile devices.
But should clearly state their rights and obligations such as legitimate monitoring of employees' social media use to avoid potential disputes as well as keep within accepted guidelines, say security experts.
Operators should set differences aside and work together to get 4G started, or risk the UK being left even further behind in super-fast mobile broadband, culture secretary Jeremy Hunt has warned
newsmaker Mahindra Satyam's chief people officer and chief marketing officer, Hari Thalaphalli, talks candidly about how increased transparency and connectedness with staff helped the IT services company rebound from its former crisis.
As organizations examine ways to make it possible for users of smartphones, tablets and other mobile systems to access corporate applications, they run into a significant culture shock. The tools corporate developers know and love are seldom those used to create mobile applications.
Weighing both pros and cons, talent recruiters advise that games complement hiring activities but not solely essential to companies' recruitment strategies in today's social media age.
Lack of clear policies to guide employee use of social networking sites puts corporate reputations at risk, while inappropriate leaks of information may lead to legal repercussions, says industry observer.
Culture minister Jeremy Hunt, who has taken over responsibility for telecoms regulation, has begun consultation on a new law covering broadband, mobile and online TV services
The calendar has taken many forms since mobile devices hit popular culture in the last two decades. But have students forgotten the values of keeping on track and up to date?
With our current consumer culture and the amazing functionality in smartphones today, many of us mobile enthusiasts seem to be either excited or disappointed all the time. There is a level of bliss that can be reached if you don't play the game, but then again it is fun, right?
Mobile Security Profile: BlackBerry Storm2Author: Eric EversonBlackBerry handsets are a staple of office culture; from syncing calendars to sharing business-related data, the BlackBerry handsets are seemingly everywhere you look around the office. Most recently BlackBerry introduced the Storm2, a second generation touchscreen handset into the market.
Communications vendors are currently leading the way in supporting the ecosystem required to deliver their mobile unified communications offerings.
Carriers worldwide face growing challenge as customer demand changes and new government policies are introduced, finds new Gartner report.
According to Business Week Asia, HTC - makers of most of the Windows Mobile handsets out there - are now the second-best performing company on that continent (the best-performing company in Asia, if you really want to know, is Unilever Indonesia, but their phones suck so we'll ignore them for now).Apparently 2 is a "good number" in Chinese culture (HTC are Taiwanese).
Ah, at last a corroborating note of sanity about this mobile tv craze- a craze which I have called "platform-itis"- get your programming on as many platforms as possible.Bill Ray's brilliant Culture matters- why i-mode failed piece in The Register today draws parallels between the mobile tv push and the recent decision by mobile U.
3GSM: The culture of litigation in the mobile industry is filling the pockets of the legal profession