Most small- to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) in the United States don't have mobile-friendly communications and services for customers. Fifty-nine percent of U.S. SMB websites aren't set up for customers to research and make purchases on their mobile devices.
Quick takes on mobile IT news for Wednesday, 11/20 including: controlling presentations via Windows Phone 8 devices, domination of iPad users in mobile online sales, retailers beef up mobile technology and strategy, the effect BYOD, MDM, big data and app management have on enterprise mobility and the latest in the Samsung/Apple patent case.
Since a lot of iPad tablets just officially became obsolete with the recent launch of the faster and more attractive iPad Air, we thought it'd be interesting to explore some of his suggestions.
One surprising revelation when the iPad Air was announced was its use of the same A7 chip that powers the iPhone 5S.
Quick takes on Friday, 11/1 news including: the fate of chief digital officers in the workforce, Macy's encouragement of in-store photos, iPad's fall from the top, new KitKat mobile OS for Android and the growth of the Wi-Fi enabled system.
Much attention and media coverage has been heaped on the new iPad Air that Apple unveiled last week, as with the company's decision to offer its iWork software for free to customers who buy a new iOS device. As expected, this prompted talk that the move will directly hurt Microsoft's lucrative Office franchise--or cause users who are on the fence to make a switch to the iPad.
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Microsoft is overhauling its Yammer enterprise social networking platform, rolling out a retooled version for Apple's iPad tablet and expanding functionality across its Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 operating systems.
MetaMoJi is rolling out Share Anytime: a collaborative whiteboard application optimized for Apple's iPad tablet.