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ALSO CALLED: Wireless Networking, Mobile Computing, Mobile Enterprise, Portable Computing
DEFINITION: Nomadic computing, another name for mobile computing, is the use of portable computing devices (such as laptop and handheld computers) in conjunction with mobile communications technologies to enable users to access the Internet and data on their home or work computers from anywhere in the world. People using such a system are sometimes referred to as technomads, and their ability to use that system  … 
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Microsoft .NET Framework and BlackBerry Applications
sponsored by BlackBerry
WHITE PAPER: This whitepaper provides a technical overview of how organizations can leverage Microsoft development tools and Microsoft .Net framework to create applications for the BlackBerry®platform.
Posted: 08 Nov 2006 | Published: 16 Mar 2009

BlackBerry

Developer's Guide to Mobile Applications
sponsored by BlackBerry
WHITE PAPER: This document describes how to extend the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution™ using the BlackBerry Mobile Data System™ (BlackBerry MDS™) to provide a mobile workforce with access to a wide range of corporate data and applications.
Posted: 15 Sep 2006 | Published: 13 Jul 2006

BlackBerry

Wireless Site Survey Best Practices
sponsored by Fluke Networks
WHITE PAPER: Site surveys are invaluable for designing and optimizing WLAN networks to support these applications. This paper provides insight into best practices for executing wireless site surveys.
Posted: 21 Aug 2006 | Published: 01 May 2006

Fluke Networks

The CIO's Guide to Mobile Applications
sponsored by BlackBerry
WHITE PAPER: Read this white paper to learn about some of the key enterprise LOB applications that most benefit from mobility and how applications can be deployed with a simple implementation guideline.
Posted: 12 Feb 2006 | Published: 07 Apr 2010

BlackBerry

Making Sense of the Wireless World - BlackBerry for Wireless LAN
sponsored by BlackBerry
WHITE PAPER: This white paper reviews past and present technologies including a discussion of circuits and packets and also compares WLAN and WWAN networks in terms of advantages, challenges, and issues to consider when considering a wireless solution.
Posted: 05 Feb 2006 | Published: 01 Jan 2005

BlackBerry

Compliance and Mobile Computing
sponsored by Intermec
WHITE PAPER: The regulations listed above were designed to protect customers and the companies that serve them, furthermore, compliance is required for doing business in today's litigious environment.
Posted: 18 Dec 2005 | Published: 01 Dec 2005

Intermec
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WIRELESS COMPUTING DEFINITION (continued): … Nomadic computing, another name for mobile computing, is the use of portable computing devices (such as laptop and handheld computers) in conjunction with mobile communications technologies to enable users to access the Internet and data on their home or work computers from anywhere in the world. People using such a system are sometimes referred to as technomads, and their ability to use that system as nomadicity. The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is funding an ongoing nomadic computing project in the Computer Science Department at UCLA, called Travler (for TRAnsparent VirtuaLEnviRonment).
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