Mobile Device Management

The explosive popularity of mobile email devices like smartphones and iPads can lead to security problems if not managed properly. In the corporate world, we want at the very least to be able to enforce passwords on devices and remotely wipe mobile devices if they are lost or stolen.

There is also the […]

By | April 14th, 2011|Email, Mobile, Security|

FaceTime on the iPad 2 is Pretty Compelling


I received my iPad 2 today and yes, yes, as any of the thousands of online reviews will tell you, it is thinner and lighter. The cameras are crap, the smart cover is cool and really cuts down on the bulk of the original iPad case. […]

By | March 28th, 2011|Apple, Mobile|

Nexus One Android Phone Hands On

google-android-nexus-oneI finally decided to dump my trusty BlackBerry Curve, which I have had for two years, and upgrade to a Nexus One Android phone from Google.  I received the phone on 2/16/10 and have been using it for 10 days at the time of this post.  I […]

By | February 28th, 2010|Google, Mobile, Smartphones|

Windows Mobile 7

“We wanted to take greater accountability for the end user experience,” Ballmer said. “We want more consistency in the hardware platform and in the user experience,” he said, while nevertheless saying Microsoft wanted to leave room for hardware partners to innovate.

As of December 2009, 73% of the […]

By | February 15th, 2010|Mobile|

Use an iPad to access your desktop

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Apple has announced a new device called the iPad. I understand that it will be something like an iPod touch, but with a 10″ screen. You might have heard of it. This might be Apple’s way of entering the netbook market which it […]

By | February 2nd, 2010|Mobile|