AT&T Workbench Hammering Away on Android
Jan 5, 2011, 11:11 AM by Philip Berne
AT&T has launched its AT&T Workbench solution for Android smartphones. AT&T Workbench allows businesses to securely deploy and manage Web applications. The service keeps business and personal content separate, and lets enterprise directors push mobile features over-the-air. The AT&T WorkBench app is available now from the Android Market. In addition to WorkBench, AT&T has also launched ProntoForms and Xora GPS TimeTrack for Android.
Twitter Lite is an Efficient New Web App
Twitter today launched Twitter Lite, an new version of its mobile web site that acts like a full mobile app but is designed for markets with slow and/or expensive data service. The web app uses the latest features of Google Chrome for Android to offer app-like features, such as push notifications, an offline mode, and a home screen icon.
Android for Work Targets Businesses
Google today updated its Android for Work initiative to better woo corporate users. Android for Work is a set of tools that allow businesses to better manage employee devices.
Google Separates Personal and Work Data in Android
Google today introduced Android for Work, a new capability of Android that will allow people to separate their personal and business information and keep them secure. Android for Work is based in part on Samsung's Knox enterprise security platform.
BlackBerry Buys WatchDox, Brings Games to BBM for Android
BlackBerry today said it has agreed to acquire a company called WatchDox. WatchDox helps companies securely manage file syncing and sharing services across their business.
Outlook Web App for Android Available to Limited Phones
Microsoft today followed through on a promise it made earlier this year to deliver an Android version of its Outlook Web App. Outlook Web App is an email application that offers all the features and functionality of Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync technology.