Technology -> Mobile
Enterprise mobile management demands a rethinking of work, play and productivity
The recent and rapid evolution of mobile and client management requirements have caused considerable complexity and confusion. Incomplete solutions and a lack of a clear pan-client strategy have hampered the move to broader mobile support.
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 11th December
Enterprise Tablets: Choose a Device Nature That Best Supports Cloud Nurturing
Which tablet will work best for an enterprise BYOD strategy? It turns out that, if you've done your back-end homework, any of the top three or four will do just fine.
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 19th November
Bringing the Backbone Up To Speed
LTE services are being launched globally, but takeup is still only around 5%. Backbone technology needs a rethink along coherent network and SDN lines
Bernt Ostergaard, Quocirca | 1st November
Has the traditional view of the network reached the end of the line?
The mobile edge and cloud-like core bring new demands for flexibility - bits and bytes of software need to take over from the ports, channels and spectrum traditionally used to define networking
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 23rd October
Personal service: using your smartphone to order and pay
Last summer's hot topic was the growth of iPadsŪ as a serving solution, says TISSL's Stuart Coetzee. This summer, the buzz has been all around apps that enable diners to order and pay for food and drinks on their smartphone.
Stuart Coetzee, TISSL | 21st October
Coverage and reliability at the wireless edge
With the latest round of 4G rollouts now taking shape across the UK, many living in or travelling through more remote and rural parts will once again be wondering about coverage and reliability of signal.
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 12th September
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