Do you need a phablet, tablet or smartphone?
Just about every technology management magazine, blog and analyst has been trumpeting from the mountain tops about how BYOD is going to make business better and make users happy.
Businesses are no longer locked into specific places.
When Microsoft released the original Surface tablet back in 2012 they were given a pretty hard time.
Businesses spend a lot of money on mobile communications with their telco. But how do you know if you’re getting the most from yours?
While the ‘all-day’ notebook battery is still far from reality for many users, manufacturers are promising better battery life in new models.
The company behind The Buzz, Brennan IT, has equipped its sales staff with Microsoft Surface Pro tablets, offering them on-the-go access to the office wherever they may be
Farmoz has put its quoting and ordering process into overdrive thanks to Brennan IT
The next phase of wireless technology is about more than just access
The best remedy for BYOD comprises many ingredients, including mobility, collaboration, security and networking
The new range of Toshiba notebooks offer in-built 4G wireless for an on-the-go workforce
Now you can take both for a test drive.
Enterprise mobility is no longer just about securing BYOD, it’s about giving employees access to the apps and data they need
Organisations that skimp on investing in technology end up paying the price with increased maintenance and staff downtime