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Do you have a MySpace account? Do you want your MySpace profile to be more attractive and to be browsed by as many people as possible? The last question: do you like youtube by the way? This article is made by those whose answer is “YES” to the above questions. The tutorial below conta...
Google has launched Google Latitude For Iphone – a service that lets you tell your friends where you are. Big brother has landed You control who gets to see your location and where on the map you appear to others. Today, we’re releasing Google Latitude for iPhone and iPod touch, a...
Love the thought or loathe the thought, Google Latitude is now available for the iPhone in US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and I'm sure that those folks worried about privacy will be in the latter group. Google latitude runs in the iPhone's Safari Browser and can be saved as a B...
I was sitting in my local Starbucks, staring at my laptop wondering how to begin this blog. Then, as I looked around me, I noticed my fellow customers – students studying, Moms taking a little break, professionals such as myself getting a little work done outside the office on a wirel...
Cloud based email services are not new but the adoption of these services within large organizations, borh private and government, is on the rise.  Just this week the NZ postal system announced that it has agreed to move all of its Microsoft applications to Google.  The savings are def...
I am delighted to announce the formation of the Cisco SP Mobility Community. This community will bring together mobility experts to collaborate and discuss technical and business challenges in the mobility space. If you are not already a member, please check it out…here are some hot to...
This week I have been monitoring a few stories which all link together really nicely, with respect to the continued growth in Mobile Applications and developer education. It is my belief that the level of Mobile Applications will increase... as Apple state, "there's an app for just ...
The proliferation of P2P file sharing networks on the Internet makes it very tempting and easy for someone to get themselves into a lot of trouble with the Recording Industry Association of America. The increasing sophistication of technology has made it much easier for the RIAA to tra...
Today we announced simpler commercial license terms for our Rhodes and RhoSync products.  Why did we change it?  The previous license was fairly standard for embedded technology licensing: 5 percent of whatever you sell. Just a few years ago, the presence of an open source Gnu Public L...
Philippe Winthrop of Enterprise Mobility Matters has a great interview with Willie Jow of Sybase, called Executive View on Enterprise Mobility. From the interview: "Companies cannot afford to lose downtime caused by a delayed response if they are out of the office on travel, hence the...
“There is nothing final about a mistake, except its being taken as final.” More software testing words of wisdom from my fortune cookie. Like the last one I blogged about, this quote captures a fundamental truth about the testing profession: Many of the bugs you find will never be fixe...
Apple is a “change” company. Look at their track record: Mac II, iMac, iPod and now the iPhone. What has not changed, however, is the view of Apple a company that delivers only consumer based products. Apple simply is not perceived as an Enterprise company. Apple is working to change t...
Verizon Business introduced an on-demand, cloud-based Computing as a Service (CaaS) solution -- designed to meet the stringent security and performance requirements of their enterprise customers. This new offering helps businesses take advantage of cloud (IP-based) computing to more...
Quick note from my iPhone — my friend (and my wife’s high school classmate) Kevin Mullet told me over the weekend that he had just been approved for Google Voice. I was SO jealous! If you haven’t explored what it will do — you need to take a look, and apply, r...
Beta software tends to frighten Big Business. They’re skeptical of the phrase “almost done”, and for good reason. They demand a finished product. There are very few exceptions to this. Take the recent news from Google as an example. A few days ago, the company finall...
Cutting back on sales, the asset that powers your revenues, is something that needs to be done with a precision scalpel - not a chainsaw.
The Nokia 5800 Xpress Music is good looking stylish handset. This device is mainly known for its musical fun which can be experienced through its Music player, FM radio and other polyphonic ring tones. This device also comes with a lot of amazing features like a sensitive touchscreen, ...
I thought it fitting to make a bold statement today as this is my 100th article on Ulitzer... The iPhone is here to stay! Now the follow-on stement is more thought provoking... What's an Enterprise to do about it?
Mobile phone industry and networks providers have grown tremendously in a very short span of time. With increasing demand of the cheap mobile phones, mobile industry is working hard to meet the ever rising requirement of users. Seeing the frequency of mobile phones and demand for cheap...
Seeking Alpha recently named four companies that are leading the mobile revolution, and Sybase is among them.
For Ulitzer.com, recently we have published our first article. Please go through, either on Ulitzer.com or below on our blog. ROI (Return on Investment) has never had such a major importance, especially in these economic crisis days. In many ways a well delivered ROI analysis is the m...
It's no secret that software has all but disappeared from traditional retail stores. Over the last few years even the most successful software publishers have experienced catastrophic performance from 'bricks and mortar' retail.
If you ever had the foresight in 1970 to wonder along what sequence of events wireless technologies would start penetrating society, you probably would not have started first with high quality voice networks, then followed with high speed data-networks and finally ended with low data r...
Today Sybase announced that Afaria, which is our mobile device management and security solution, now supports the Open Mobile Alliance Device Management (OMA DM) standards for device management.
Gina Centoni, VP of the Openwave Developer Network, Openwave Systems, Inc., is responsible for Openwave's developer programs and partnerships. During her nearly 15-year career in software product development, which has included stints at both Sun Microsystems and Apple Computer, sh...
We first began following David Steinberg two years ago (WBT, Vol. 1, issue 3) when he launched InPhonic with former Apple and Pepsi CEO, John Sculley.
WBT's editor-in-chief Robert Diamond recently asked Joan Herbig about her role in a company that has seen explosive growth in the past year thanks to Afaria, the popular solution for enterprises faced with managing a large number of mobile devices from a central location.
While walking through London the other day, I noticed an advertisement for a mobile phone. Nothing unusual about that, except that the mundane practice of making phone calls seemed insulting to a device such as this. Its gamut of features included the ability to listen to music courtes...
WBT Interviews etrieve's Mike Maerz Chairman and CEO Recently WBT's editorial director Jeremy Geelan had the opportunity to sit down with Mike Maerz, chairman and CEO of etrieve, the Oregon-based wireless e-mail management service for mobile professionals.
The golden rule of journalism is to examine Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? and Why Does It Matter?
In 1977 Bruce Scott, now president and CEO of PointBase, cofounded Oracle, where he was coauthor and coarchitect of Oracle 1, 2, and 3. Many in the industry still think of him as 'Scott/Tiger' - the original user name and password for the Oracle database, which still appears throug...
When I'm 64,' sang The Beatles back in the 1960s. Nowadays, given advances in medicine, I guess the line should be revised to 'When I'm 74' - and if you don't believe me, then just consider the case of Martin Cooper. Electrical engineer, wireless veteran, chairman and chief ex...
It's interesting to see that Europe is ahead of the United States in at least one technology area - mobile telephones. Not only are they ahead, but I feel that the lead is by a few light years, although in reality it's closer to 18 months (and hopefully shrinking). Back in the autumn o...
Wireless solutions accelerate business, but before widespread adoption can occur, the value of business process acceleration and the role of wireless within it must be more clearly articulated.
You've heard the stats and the projections a hundred times. They used to be dated 2002, now they're more likely respun as coming true in 2004 - or even 2006, as in the case of a refreshingly honest ARC Group Report published as long ago as last December.
Wireless networks: users love them for the mobility, the convenience, and the ease of installation. But securing them? That's another story. Unvarnished facts in this environment are tough to come by. Confusion and misinformation have dominated the industry dialogue, often leading buye...
It's impossible to go another moment without acknowledging one of the more staggering statistics of our times: according to the Global Mobile Subscriber Database - which covers 197 countries and 568 operators with information on mobile subscribers by operator and network, including pen...


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