Without announcement or fanfare, Meet by Google Hangouts is live, at least to an extent. The service is an enterprise-focused group video call app based on Hangouts.
BlackBerry has long been struggling to succeed. It used to be the most popular enterprise phone, with leading security and features for the workplace. Every businessman had a BlackBerry! But with the advances of iOS and Android, BlackBerry devices have been forgotten and the company has not been able to rekindle its past success.
After debuting the Android for Work initiative back in February, Google today launched its official Android for Work app in the Play Store.
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Google has just launched its new Android for Work program, designed to target the enterprise market. Android for Work is Google’s initiative to compete with iOS and Blackberry when it comes to enterprise markets. The program involves four major tenets that give it appeal to the enterprise crowd. Google detailed them in a ... Read More »
BlackBerry announced today a new partnership with mobile giant Samsung that aims to offer a new totally integrated end-to-end security offering for Android. By combining Samsung’s Knox software with BlackBerry’s BES12 cross-platform enterprise mobile management service, the two companies are hoping to bring top of the line security to Android.
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Research In Motion’s BlackBerry platform is a sinking ship. They’ve made multiple attempts at remedying the problems surrounding the decline in popularity, including everything from releasing new hardware with new form factors, to new software with access to Android apps. Nothing has worked so far, and with news that RIM’s modern operating system BlackBerry 10 ... Read More »
AT&T has announced Toggle, an application that allows smartphone and tablet owners to quickly switch between business and personal modes with a simple tap of the finger on Android 2.2+ devices. Personal and Work modes are defined as follows:
Personal Mode: Allows users to use their phones as they normally would, including the ability to ... Read More »
Engadget is reporting that Motorola is hard at work (pun so intended) on a tablet for the enterprise. Motorola plans to build the “first physical embodiment defining Android for the Enterprise”. It seems the tablet will launch with Gingerbread and it’ll enter the beta-testing phase this October. I understand this product won’t be aimed at ... Read More »
Business travel is arguably one of the most gut-wrenching processes known to man. All you business professionals out there know what I’m talking about. You have to make sure to save every single receipt from your travels for months and months after the fact, and spend hours putting together an expense report upon your return.
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While walking the floor at CTIA09, we spotted the RealVNC logo and wandered over to see what they had to offer for Android. Turns out a lot. RealVNC was showing off their new cross-platform desktop to mobile control scheme. Using your desktop, you can wirelessly connect to and control a mobile device complete with touch input and hard key access.