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  • My smartphone is being tracked

    I'm being tracked on phone and I'm not sure what to do! My texts are being deleted and my voicemail is being read before me.

    reconlance25 pointsBadges:
  • How does a smartphone or tablet interact with a wireless paper pen drive?

    In our college, I'm doing a seminar on wireless paper pen drive. I read as smartphones interact with paper pen drives without any physical connection between them. How it is possible? Please send me information.

    sadananda5 pointsBadges:
  • iPhone stuck in zoom

    How do you reset the iPhone?

    anbrownjr85 pointsBadges:
  • Smartphone code

    What's the master code to reset my smartphone?

    exantus5 pointsBadges:
  • Love Android

    Hi sir, after I boot my phone, it doesn't work after starting the phone and than it goes off. It does it again and again. Please help me

    Loveandroid5 pointsBadges:
  • What should the process be to remove users on leave?

    Typically when a user goes on disability, short term, or parental leave, do you disable their AD? What about their exchange? RSA? Smartphone?Also, is there usually a process to inform them that you are disabling their access?

    sfuboy5 pointsBadges:
  • Two line smartphone

    How do I add a second phone number to a smart phone and do I have to pay for it?

    Jean1810 pointsBadges:
  • How do I remove SDN that has been implemented on my home computer?

    (SDN may be good for businesses and the people implementing them, but if you are the user, its hard to regain control.) Seems like SDN has been implemented on my own home network. We have Cisco E2000, an ISP Provider set up. Now it seems, Either intruders or practicing IT family members have taken...

    Jean1810 pointsBadges:
  • Your mobile device security policy

    From a security perspective, how are you dealing with employees that want to bring in their own personal devices? http://searchmidmarketsecurity.techtarget.com/news/article/0,289142,sid198_gci1510987,00.html

    SearchMidmarketSecurityATE150 pointsBadges:
  • Is Samsung taking the smartphone mantle from Apple?

    According to a recent study released by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), Samsung tops the charts in smartphone satisfaction. The Samsung Galaxy S III, along with the manufacturer's Galaxy Note II phablet, beat Apple’s iPhone 5 in user satisfaction ratings.With the recent news...

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • Have you held back on buying a new smartphone in 2013?

    According to Gartner's Worldwide IT Spending Forecast, spending on mobile devices is set to increase by 6.5% in 2014 to $740bn, compared to $695bn in 2013. Richard Gordon, research vice-president at Gartner, said: “We are seeing a lower growth in 2013 due to spending being deferred due to folks...

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • How big of a risk is BYOD?

    While more companies are inviting employees to 'bring their own device' to work, many still see BYOD as a potential security risk. According to a recent survey by (ISC)2, 78% of security professionals say the trend presents a 'somewhat' or 'very significant' risk. How big of a concern is BYOD to...

    Michael Tidmarsh30,410 pointsBadges:
  • Desktop access via Smartphone

    Is there a way to access your PC Desktop via a Smartphone (Microsoft Mobil 6.1)? I would like to be able to access my desktop to perform simple functions such as run explorer to locate a file and be able to copy that file to my smart phone. I would like to be able to perform this funtion remotely...

    Midwest4620005 pointsBadges:
  • Is iPhone 4 enterprise-ready? Weigh in.

    Despite reports that iPhone has doubled in the enterprise since a year ago, many still think the latest Apple magic device isn't quite enterprise-ready. If you don't have much faith in iPhone for enterprise, which smartphone do you trust in your business as a corporate device?

    ITKE346,030 pointsBadges:
  • What are the plans to support other devices with virtualization – like netbooks, smartphones, etc.?

    What are the plans to support other devices with virtualization – like netbooks, smartphones, etc.? This question is from the 7/30 Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

    ITKE346,030 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Mobile & Exchange

    Hi  I need to buy a phone for my boss which can sync all her Outlook items (calendar, contacts and email) with our Exchange 2007 server. She currently has a Nokia E71 but it doesn't sync subfolders of her Exchange inbox, which she needs as she filters all incoming messages using rules. Will a...

    Peteb5 pointsBadges:
  • ActiveSync/Mail for Exchange : Display name not sync with gal

    SBS 2003 (Exchange 2003 sp2) Hi, I installed an SBS 2003 and all work fine. Now, I have 2 smartphone: 1 nokia and 1 htc (wm6.1) For nokia I use Mail for Exchange to synchronise mails, contacts and calendar For htc, I use ActiveSync. All sync works fine *** but *** I have 1 issue: * I defined some...

    Jmiranda75 pointsBadges:
  • if I have a exchange 2003 server running with wm/pos phones, can I install blackberry software on this exchange server

    I was wondering if I have a exchange 2003 server running with wm/pos phones, can I install blackberry software on this exchange server for some blackberry clients while still providing push to my wm/pos smartphones?

    ITKE346,030 pointsBadges:
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