The new BMC Mobility ITSM Incidents for Incident Management app provides a glimpse into the benefits of user-centric ITSM. Mobile technicians,...
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Chinese Web giant hopes to bring together all mobile game titles hosted on its Web sites on to the prospective games platform as it looks to widen game developers' reach.
What's coming up in desktop, server and mobile processors? Bookmark our regularly updated Dipity-hosted timeline to stay in the loop.
Microsoft has updated its cloud-hosted management platform with expanded OS support and direct (EAS-free) management of a range of mobile devices. It can also integrate with the on-premises System Center 2012.
Version 3.0 of Microsoft's cloud-hosted management platform is now available, adding support for mobile devices — including iPhones, iPads and Android.
IBM has unveiled a managed service for locking down and monitoring employees' smartphones.The service, called IBM Hosted Mobile Device Security Management, was announced on Friday.
This eBook is about Wix. Wix is an easy drag n drop website builder.The document encompasses all features of Wix.Web hosting , mobile...
RIM's latest service, currently in beta, links Microsoft's cloud-based productivity suite with BlackBerry smartphones, delivering mobile access to Exchange-hosted email, calendar and contacts.
Mobile clients could set a trend towards adoption of a new 2-tier application architecture that talks directly to a cloud-hosted database-as-a-service such as Database.com, cutting out the need for an application server in between.
BMC Mobility for Approvals puts you in charge of IT decisions. You can receive and review, reject or approve, update and reassign service...
Microsoft has mostly reinstated six years of blog archives belonging to Australian mobile technology evangelist Shane Williamson and hosted on its free Windows Live Spaces platform.
Microsoft appears to have accidentally deleted six years of blog archives hosted on its free Windows Live Spaces platform belonging to Australian mobile technology evangelist Shane Williamson.
Google now gives users of a subset of Google Voice features if they want to simply use their service without getting a brand new "Google Number". Mobile phone users can now forward incoming calls to their "Google Voice" mailbox rather than the one hosted by their carrier.
US users of the T-Mobile Sidekick handset have been told their personal data, which was being hosted by Microsoft, is unlikely to be recovered after a server failure
The One Net platform will target small businesses with a hosted service that brings together fixed-line and mobile communications, with the help of partner BT Wholesale.
The One Net platform will target small businesses with a hosted service that brings together fixed-line and mobile communications, with the help of partner BT Wholesale
Smartphone users will soon be able to participate in Web conferences using the hosted WebEx tool right from their phones, CNET's Marguerite Reardon reports.Cisco Systems, which owns the WebEx Web conferencing service, announced today at the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2009 that it is making a version of its WebEx client software available to several smartphones.
Now that I upgraded my original iPhone to the 2.0 software, I am using it more and more with my hosted Exchange account keeping me in sync. Just like folks who are using the iPhone 3G more since it is faster and there are lots of third party applications available, I am using my iPhone more with the syncing and application testing. Thus, I am not able to get through a full day of using my device without somehow charging up the iPhone. I may be able to connect to a PC or Mac from time-to-time, but I am often out and about so I needed a mobile solution. I received a Richard Solo Smart Backup Battery a few months ago and used it once or twice. Now with my new battery challenges, this external battery solution has proved vital to my iPhone usage.
At the very end of the Google I/O 2008 conference last week the Android development team hosted a great fireside chat on the new mobile platform. The session was free-form, completely driven by questions from the audience.
While my focus in the Mobile software Monday articles is on software for your mobile phones I wanted to branch out just a bit to include a service that I use in conjuction with software on my devices that I find absolutely essential to my usage of mobile devices. Jason Dunn runs the Thoughts Media sites and preached to me for a couple of years about the benefits of a hosted Exchange solution. I finally decided to give it a try just over a year ago and now I can never go back to syncing my PIM data via cables again. I subscribe to 4Smartphone (part of Jason's recommendation) with their Mobile level plan subscription (US$12.95/month) and sync my Windows Mobile, S60, Windows, and Mac devices to the service, with hopes to soon sync my iPhone when the 2.0 update is released.
I am pretty excited about the iPhone 2.0 upgrade for a couple of reasons. I use a hosted Exchange service to keep all of my devices and other computers (UMPC and MacBook Pro) updated with my latest contact, calendar, and task data so finally having this on my iPhone will let me stop performing the Entourage, iCal, iTunes shuffle. I am also a 3rd party application fan on my mobile devices and look forward to seeing what software becomes available in June. I read today on the Cnet News.com Beyond Binary blog that Microsoft has been playing with the iPhone SDK and is considering a version of Office for the iPhone.
I was on a research vessel working offline last week when the iPhone SDK details were revealed by Steve Jobs and others at Apple, but that evening when I read all the news I was extremely happy to see Exchange ActiveSync support because my hosted Exchange service with 4Smartphone is what allows me to bounce between about 6 mobile phones and 2 or 3 notebooks in a given week without worrying about what PIM data is created and used on any of them. However, after reading more about the iPhone SDK and calming down a bit after seeing the amazing game possibilities and other 3rd party applications the news of lack of multi-tasking took me back to 1999 and thoughts of the Palm OS.
The show formerly known as 3GSM looks set to have a strong focus on mobile Linux this year, as well as mobile WiMax, femtocells and hosted apps
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