Posted by: Rachel Lebeaux
CIO, CIO weekly wrap-up
The New York Times caught my eye today with this piece on whether the Windows 7 phone will be better than the iPhone for the enterprise. The BlackBerry is still the undisputed leader and the iPhone isn’t doing too shabby, but as the article points out:
We really have not seen any bona fide use of mobile collaboration tools as of yet across any device. People are using smartphones to check messages and use applications. The applications they do use are services like Twitter.
Also in the Times, a primer on traveling smart – with your technology. Most of this you’ve probably heard before, but it never hurts to review.
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