LIKE THE TELEPHONE before it, e-mail has become a critical business tool. With it, employees are better connected to their entire organization, business partners, customers, and personal contacts, thus improving the efficiency in which they work.
But today most road-bound employees still send and receive e-mail messages using inconvenient analog modems. With the growing number of devices and services hitting the market, now is the time to figure out a wireless messaging strategy that allows your company to better share information, make quick decisions, and improve response times to customers.
Numerous wireless technologies such as handheld PCs, PDAs, telephones, pagers, and other handheld communication devices are making it possible for mobile workers to surf the Internet, send and receive e-mail, and access all kinds of computer-based personal and business information.
E-mail access options
In this issue, we picked three mobile messaging devices that allow your employees to take messaging and e-mail out of the building and into the places where they actually work. Each device also contains a number of applications which insures these devices will remain …