Profile of Fritz NelsonVice President, Editorial Director InformationWeek Business Technology Network
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Fritz Nelson is a former senior VP and editorial director of the InformationWeek Business Technology Network.
Articles by Fritz Nelson
posted in July 2010
Are Research In Motion and Microsoft chasing the glory of consumer acceptance and compromising their relative success in the enterprise? That's the risk of following Apple and Google, rather than leading with strength and innovation.
We've evaluated file synchronization tools for the iPad, and Citrix Receiver client for remote desktop access. Now we delve into a few more remote access tools from Array Networks and LogMeIn; and a Air Display, which turns your iPad into an extra monitor.
We tested three apps that provide a variety of remote control capabilities: one from Array Networks, one called LogMeln, and finally AirDisplay from Avatron, which turns your iPad into a second monitor.
Microsoft's new mobile OS is now in the hands of operators for testing, and well on track for a holiday ship date. We took a video tour of some of its features, apps and capabilities.
Evernote announced Trunk -- a platform to add new types of content and user experiences to this popular productivity application for desktop and mobile clients.
A slew of new devices from HTC, Motorola, Apple; more coming when Windows Phone 7 ships; rumors of new BlackBerry handsets. Here's a guide to evaluating the combatants.
Research In Motion has announced an invite-only, limited beta for its new BlackBerry Protect, with a more general, open beta later this year. Protect lets end users manage their own device for safety -- it can help find a lost BlackBerry, protect its data, and perform backup and restore. Best of all, it's free!
Research In Motion's New BlackBerry Protect lets end users manage their own device for safety -- it can help you find a lost BlackBerry, protect its data, and perform backup and restore. Best of all, it's free!
Service-now.com has a SaaS model for IT Service Management, and it's aiming at some pretty big players. The company is growing its customer list fast, and it's not hard to see why.
Note Taker HD, from Visicalc founder and productivity software entrepreneur Dan Bricklin, is a work of art. This is how you should take notes on a tablet. It takes getting used to, but it is ideal for many tasks, and will quickly become a necessity for any iPad owner.
Note Taker HD, from Visicalc founder and productivity software entrepreneur Dan Bricklin is a work of art. This is how you should take notes on an tablet. It takes getting used to, but it is ideal for many tasks.
Cisco's Cius tablet is just one part of the company's push to own the "Social Enterprise," and, with its video-centric approach, another tool to push today's infrastructure for obvious gains.