eWEEK Newsbreak Video Feb 5 2010

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2010-02-05 Email
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

IT administrators who license Google Apps Premier and Education Edition will be able to dictate security settings for their users' iPhone, Nokia E series and Windows Mobile smartphones right from the Google Apps control panel. This action may seem like a small measure of control for admins, but it could be a big cost saver; admins will be able to set these controls in the Google Apps cloud computing environment without running any additional software or having to manage dedicated enterprise mobile servers. According to the New York Times, Amazon is looking to purchase TouchCo. TouchCo is a New York based start-up that specializes in touch screen technology, which could mean Amazon is looking to upgrade its Kindle, making it a direct competitor to Apple-


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