Six forecasts for the 2012 mobile phone market
Many businesses rely heavily on mobile phones for their day-to-day activities, but how many are aware the changes coming to the mobile landscape this year will affect the way they connect with customers? Here’s your 2012 mobile phone market forecast.
‘Bring your own device’ trend puts SMBs in cyber danger
Security experts are warning businesses against the current trend of employee BYOD or ‘Bring Your Own Device’ to work, as it leaves them exposed to malware attacks and other cyber crime.
Businesses beware: Android malware mobile phone alert
Business owners using Google operating system Android on their smartphones need to beware that the open source apps may contain malware.
Telstra mobile users warned about end to VHA joint venture
Telstra will abandon a number of their customers using 2100Mhz 3G mobile phones when the telco switches off the 3GIS joint venture network run with Vodafone Hutchison Australia in 2012.
Xperia X10 Mini comes with 12 Gigs data free with Vodafone
Vodafone Hutchinson Australia, in launching the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro Android handset will give customers 1GB free per month for a year.
Personal use of work mobiles ‘not a concern’ for business
The majority of Australian organisations give employees mobile phones for work purposes, but only two thirds track if calls and data downloads are personal, a new survey has found.
Telstra encourages QLD mobile customers to claim compensation
Telstra Mobile customers affected by yesterdays network blackout in Queensland are encouraged to lodge claims for compensation, a Telstra spokesman has said.