Akamai, one of the world’s biggest providers of Content Delivery Network (CDN) services, is expanding its business operations in Canada. The company has just announced the opening of its Toronto sales and services office. The new office will support employees focused on sales, services, engineering, and security, and will complement Akamai’s existing Ontario location in Ottawa. Akamai’s growth in Canada has expanded…Read more
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Verizon Wireless and Motorola today unveiled Droid Pro, an Android 2.2-based smartphone optimized for business use. According to the companies, Droid Pro meets employers’ and employees’ needs by addressing the productivity tools businesses require, including corporate connectivity and security; full push corporate e-mail with corporate level security; unified calendar with additional work features and pre-loaded Quickoffice Mobile Suite.Read more
sipgate has launched a new and entirely web-based service version of its US telephony service that replaces both phone systems and phone lines.
The VoIP company said that its "Team Edition" will allow small and mid-size companies to move their corporate phone service to the cloud. It provides each employee with online access to their inbox containing phone logs, faxes, recordings and voicemail messages.
RIM is boosting its Blackberry range with a new 3G dual-mode handset aimed at both its core executive users and the wider consumer market.
Candy-bar shaped and with a full keyboard, the Blackberry Tour will launch with Verizon and Sprint in the US and Telus and BCE’s Bell unit in Canada.
The IP phone market is actually a tale of two drastically different markets- business and consumer.
The former is thriving and the latter is diverging in a drastically different direction, according to In-Stat.
SpiriTel has announced that it has won a network services and hosted VoIP contract with a major European hotel group.
The business communications service provider said the value of the three year contract is expected to exceed £1 million.
Wireless and Smartphone.biz-news are hosting an exclusive networking cocktail event in conjunction with the Broadband Business Forum, being held in Rome, Italy.
The event will bring together over 100 leading Wireless/Broadband industry figures drawn from exhibitors and decision-makers attending the Forum.
To be held on December 2nd at 16:00, invitees will have the opportunity to exchange views, contacts, information and deals on the Wireless and Broadband market.
It may lack some vital business tools – no cut-and-paste, for starters – but it seems that Apple’s 3G handset is gaining followers who see it as more than just a fun device.
The iPhone has received the highest customer satisfaction marks in the most recent JD Power & Associates customer satisfaction survey of business smartphone users.
Hewlett-Packard is seeking to capitalise on the success of the iPhone by launching a smartphone that gives it a stronger footing beyond the enterprise market.
The new device will fall into the HP iPAQ line that has been developed around Windows Mobile for business use.
While the iPhone and Google’s HTC-made G1 may be introducing a more consumer-oriented market to the smartphone, it is still very much a business tool.
The high-end handsets are being used to carry increasing amounts of confidential data, yet only 35 per cent of companies have a mobile device security strategy in place.
Smartphone.biz-news.com spoke to Larry Ketchersid, chairman and CEO of Media Sourcery, about how it’s helping enterprises with mobile workforces securely distribute confidential information.