At the most basic level, unified communications is a strategy to route any incoming message via a unification platform to the intended recipient. The unification comes from tying multiple technologies together so that the actual transmission method is irrelevant when delivered to the recipient. At Dootrix we are increasingly being asked to help with such […]
As Cloud software matures and businesses look for ways to reduce costs, many are looking at replacing their productivity suites and email systems with Google Apps. On paper, the offer of cut-price software replaces the more costly Microsoft Office applications seems perfect for cash-strapped companies. The option of shifting corporate email to a hosted, Gmail […]
Analysts have been predicting the death of the PC from the moment they began to appear on every desktop and in every house. Until now the humble desktop PC has successfully fought off every threat, but the tablet computer finally appears to be taking a significant chunk out of the market. At Dootrix we are […]
For years tech pundits have been trying to predict when Apple would begin to include NFC (Near Field Communications) technology in their mobile devices. The Samsung Galaxy range of phones, and some of Nexus handsets have included NFC readers for some time now, but Apple has avoided the technology. The reason became clear with the […]
Every new technology advance seems to bring with it a raft of accompanying jargon, acronyms and terms which also need to be mastered. And so it is with BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and mobile computing. One such new technophrases is “MDM”, short for Mobile Device Management, a technology that makes BYOD much less daunting […]
Things have changed. Time was when the most powerful computing devices sat on your desk at work. The latest technology, the best software, the newest hardware that an individual used was that which they used 9 to 5. Not anymore!
Department of Defense licenses $617 million in Microsoft products - http://www.techradar.com/us/news/software/department-of-defense-licenses-617-million-in-microsoft-products-1122883 I could end the article there really. The enterprise space is still in love with Microsoft.
Apple have been making steady progress into business and enterprise. The iPad has been picked up by many organisations for its power, portability, and the shear joy consumers experience when they use it. Employees who use their iPad’s day to day want that same experience from their business IT too. Apple has also made strong […]
In the ongoing battle for the supremacy of the exploding smartphone and tablet device market Apple’s courtroom drama with Samsung over patent infringement has blown the landscape wide open. What has been advertised as a straight fight between Apple and Samsung is actually a little more complex than that. The role that Google’s Android mobile operating system […]
As various venders make a play for the enterprise market I wonder what it is that makes for a good enterprise tablet. Apple’s iPad is the king of the consumer market but with Microsoft still placed as the enterprise technology incumbent there is real potential for Windows 7, and now Windows 8, based tablets to […]