When I talk with small businesses about technology buying decisions, the question of mobile platforms always comes up – with good reason.
Companies of all sizes are investing significant resources in deploying mobile applications for their staff, as well as building applications for a new generation of mobile users. They need to know what mobile platform is right for them, and for the types of uses strategic to their business.
Here’s my take: When considering these types of purchases, consider the hardware features of the phone to make sure they align with your strategic business needs. You should also consider what applications the phone supports and which ones might be quite useful for your business.
Here’s an overview of the four dominant smart phone platforms in order to help inform your business needs.
From my article on OPEN Forum. Read the full article
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