A short while ago, T-Mobile started sending invites out to an event in New York City on March 18th. Just 11 days away at 1pm Eastern. And, if the invitation is anything to go by, this is going to be a business-focussed event. Over the past few months we’ve been dropped tidbits of information from our sources suggesting that T-Mobile is working on bringing Un-carrier moves to the business market. Add that to … [read full article]
In the hopes of finding new areas of growth, T-Mobile is adding 1,000 more Business-to-Business (B2B) sales people to grow their presence in the enterprise market, an area T-Mobile now holds around 5% of the $60 billion dollar B2B market. Matt Millen, Vice President of Small and Medium Business Sales for T-Mobile said in an interview at CTIA Wireless 2012 that the company is launching an aggressive strategy to grab a bigger share … [read full article]
Update: In a statement provided by Reuters, a Samsung spokesperson said the company is not purchasing Research In Motion. The spokesperson did not address the reports that Samsung is considering licensing RIM software, or purchasing a portion of RIM’s assets. Here’s one rumor that’s too hard to pass up posting… According to the folks at BGR, RIM is actively seeking potential candidates to buy the company, stating that Co-CEO Jim Balsillie … [read full article]
Are you a business customer on T-Mobile and really want an Android phone? Then T-Mobile and Good Technology have a solution for you. Together, they are offering Enterprise-Class security for business users on Android. Put simply, “The Good for Enterprise Android solution lets business customers of all sizes harness the power of the Android operating system and provide enterprise-grade security and control over their business data and applications.” We love security, don’t we?