SMEs: you've got mobile email

Taaffe, Ouida
November 2005
Telecommunications - International Edition;Nov2005, Vol. 39 Issue 11, p16
Trade Publication
The article highlights the strategies of mobile operators in targeting low-maintenance small and medium enterprises with mobile electronic mail messaging systems (Email). Software companies like, Visto and Seven employ technology that allows them to transfer emails from existing accounts onto the handset. These software companies have competitive advantage over other providers because their service may run on a wide range of handsets and not just the high-end phones.


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