A proposed European Union law ending mobile roaming charges in Europe could help business travelers but hurt mobile operators.
Hewlett-Packard is slimming down its EliteBook and ProBook business laptops to keep up with the faster pace of today's mobile enterprises.
Here's some good news for business travelers on the fourth of July. The European Union has cut the mobile data roaming limit by 36 percent.
Are you someone who travels often and regularly make use of public Wi-Fi? Noting that using an open public Wi-Fi is dangerous business, Larry Seltzer over at BYTE outlined a number of useful tips in a commentary on how users can stay safe when accessing the Internet this way.
Since 2008, the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol has been authorized to search travelers' laptops, smartphones and other electronic devices without any suspicion of wrongdoing, and this week the
The iPad dominated the headlines over the weekend, and the debate continues on whether it's a good fit for the enterprise. Some industry observers, including Mike Elgan predict the iPad will become
Every executive knows that the glamor of business travel gets old quickly, but thanks to a slew of new social networking sites, business travel could get a lot less lonely. These sites offer
Given the numerous challenges that business travelers face, the increasing annoyance of security requirements and the perennial issue of
Business travelers who depend on downtime during flights to catch up on email, project reviews and other work will likely have to find another way to pass the time as more airlines are expected to