• smartphone

    A smartphone is a cellular telephone with an integrated computer and other features not originally associated with telephones, such as an operating system, Web browsing and the ability to run software applications. This definition explores the question "What's the difference between a smartphone...

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  • Millennials and technology are reshaping IT departments

    For new members of the workforce, smartphones, tablets and the cloud are a part of life. In some IT departments, however, they're still viewed as disruptive forces. How should today's businesses respond to millennials and technology?

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  • Smartphone Wi-Fi app offloads mobile traffic via UMA GAN controller

    Kineto's Smart Wi-Fi Offload solution enables wireless operators to move subscriber traffic from their 3G and 4G networks to Wi-Fi using a UMA GAN controller and smartphone app to save mobile network resources for revenue-producing traffic.

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  • Only quarter of users access mobile ERP via smartphone, tablet

    A recent survey of ERP professionals had some interesting results on ERP satisfaction, mobility and cloud.

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  • Would you trust the security of a fingerprint sensor on a smartphone?

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  • Can a fingerprint sensor make a smartphone smarter? – Is FIDO authentication the future of online authentication products?

    Perhaps the most well-known device using FIDO Alliance technology today is the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE smartphone. The consumer device maker earlier this year announced a collaboration with PayPal that will enable S5 users to log in, using only a fingerprint, to the website of any PayPal merchant....

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  • How smartphone and tablet management is changing

    Smartphones and tablets offer new ways to access corporate systems and increase productivity. But the shift to managing apps and data challenges IT.

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  • Choosing smartphone encryption software for mobile smartphone security

    If your enterprise users have smartphones, then your enterprise may need smartphone encryption. In this tip, expert Dave Shackleford describes what to look for in smartphone encryption software, from cost to management capabilities.

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  • Genius Scan app digitizes receipts and contracts right from your phone – Eight great mobile apps for business travelers

    Perhaps the only thing worse than keeping track of notes on the road is keeping track of receipts. At the start of your trip, you swear you're going to put them all in one place, but by the time you get home, you're finding them in your laptop bag, suitcase and that pair of pants you just washed....

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  • Analyst: Linux could have ‘bright future’ in smart phones

    Linux, which has been gaining momentum in the enterprise, has not become nearly as popular with handheld devices. In 2002, Linux was used on 1.7% of PDAs. In 2003, that number is expected to grow to 3.7%, according to the Framingham, Mass.-based research firm International Data Corp. While a pocket...

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