Check out the latest mobile IT news for Tuesday, 11/26 including: Dell's plans for working remotely, Nokia and SK Telecom's joint project, the state of affair concerning mobile commerce in Italy, SAP's place in the mobile enterprise app development platform market and the jump of rear-seat entertainment products due to Wi-Fi hot spots in vehicles.
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Many companies turn in their old laptops to the computer firm that sells them their new laptops. The computer firm then sells them to a firm that refurbishes laptops, which in turn sells them on eBay.
Microsoft's stated goal is to become more nimble, and to sharpen the focus on creating products that work across multiple customer devices.
The chief information officer at Green Clinic Health System, a physician-owned medical organization located in Ruston, La., needed to enable doctors to use iPads and other personally owned mobile devices at work.
The mobile PC market has experienced its worst first half in a decade, according to the latest stats from IHS.
Institutional Shareholder Services, the largest proxy advisory firm, on Monday backed Michael Dell's $24.4 billion proposed buyout of the firm he founded, the New York Times is reporting.
IBM, HP and Dell are battling to take second place in the enterprise network equipment market behind leader Cisco, according to a survey of 210 enterprises in North America conducted by Infonetics Research.
In a pitch to shareholders, Michael Dell said he wants to retool Dell from a PC maker into an enterprise software and services business.
The global data center market is forecast by TechNavio to increase at a 10.7 percent compound annual growth rate through 2016. The move by enterprises to centralize their IT resources is expected to be a major driver for the data center market.