Carriers are slowly turning on voice-over-LTE in their networks, but they’re not doing it for the benefit of consumers. Rather they’ve got enterprises services — and enterprise pocketbooks — in mind.
Samsung isn’t just going after the enterprise by tweaking its devices for the needs of IT. It’s offering business services, starting with Genband’s unified communications software-as-a-service.
The concept of outsourcing can go beyond using virtual assistants, web designers and programmers. By outsourcing chores, you can remove the stressful things in your life, and as a result, have more time to do the things you love.
I just received an email message about the demise of Projecho, little more than three months after first hearing about the easy conferencing application during its big PR push.
What do you do when an application you’ve adopted and incorporated into your work process suddenly goes under? Nancy recently wrote about why she doesn’t trust the cloud for her work, but when you run a virtual company or are part of a virtual team, it isn’t realistic to keep all of your work on a local computer. Even if you aren’t a virtual worker, there are still apps that die quick deaths every day — their demise can leave you out in the cold. Read More about What To Do Before Your Web App Shuts Down
There’s been lots of talk recently about what the future might have in store for the new iPhone camera, with one report claiming that the orders have already been placed for 3.2-megapixel sensors for the device to be released in June. Today, AppleInsider pointed out a recent job listing that seems not only to confirm the rumors about the iPhone, but also sparks new ones about the possibility of the iPod touch getting a camera soon, too.
The job listing called for a “Camera Project Manager” whose responsibilities include driving “the design, development and integration of camera modules across iPhone and iPod,” the operative phrase there being “and iPod.” If it turns out to be true, the addition of a camera would allow future iPod touch users to use the many camera-dependent apps currently available for the iPhone, and would further narrow the gap between the two devices. Readers should note that the listing has been changed since, with iPod references removed. This could be the correction of an error, but more likely, Apple (s aapl) realized they were tipping their hand. Read More about Apple Job Posting Suggests iPod Touch to Gain Camera