The new mobile enterprise is a growing world of smartphones and mobile applications for both users and businesses. How can you make mobile apps work for your business?
Science fiction enthusiasts have waited for this day. "Star Trek" had the universal translator to speak in galactic tongues, "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" had the earwig Babblefish that made all language common.
This past week Wyse announced a PocketCloud upgrade for both the Android and iPhone, a move that grabbed loads of user traction. The USP of the PocketCloud app is ‘Multi-device search’: users can access and search for documents or files on different devices or remote computers. Unlike Microsoft’s SkyDrive offering, PocketCloud does not provide an upload, access, and share interface. Rather, it gives users a way to locate and view folders and their contents in the Cloud.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s the IT guy!
Like many people today, I am away from my office on a regular basis, often visiting with customers and industry analysts. Though travel is by no means a glamorous event these days, it does create the opportunity to discuss the “issues of the day” with senior IT and security management from companies around the world.
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