Mobile user frustration over high mobile roaming charges, the bane of business travelers and their firms, has just been eased a bit in Europe.
Enterprises need to appoint a dedicated mobility manager to handle the challenges and opportunities that the flood of mobile devices and data present.
The telecoms package is nearly the law of the continent, and puts telecom operators in the position of defending a net that's more neutral than Parliament perceives it.
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Mobile operators are holding back Europe's BYOD adoption out of fear of siphoning revenue away from corporate contracts, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.
Skype, which has simplified the name of its Skype Access WiFi product to the more direct Skype WFi, has launched an iOS version that works on Apple's (Nasdaq: AAPL) iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has begun selling unlocked GSM iPhones in the United States. Naturally the devices are selling for hundreds more than what AT&T (NYSE: T) and Verizon Wireless (NYSE: VZ) are
Agito Networks, a unified communications and FMC hardware maker, announced it is the first company to deliver a solution that enables fixed-mobile convergence and unified communications functionality
Leave your (U.S.) cell phone at home and stick to VoIP and a local prepaid device when traveling overseas, suggests a Wall Street Journal blog post. Users wishing to dodge outrageous roaming charges
The E.U. recently announced it plans to regulate roaming charges for sending or receiving text messages. This comes a year after similar price caps on roaming tariffs for calls resulted in an