Rogers Tech Brief
March 2011
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Forrester: Only A Third of Firms Have A mobile Strategy
According to IDC Canada Ltd., 50 per cent of Canadian businesses are using social media for customer engagement, but less than 20 per cent are measuring analytics. Are you making sense of your social engagement?, InfoWorld.

iPad 2 Launch: Rumours vs Reality

The iPad 2 launched in Canada last week to much fanfare. New features include front and
rear screen cameras, an improved processor, 10 hours of battery life, and a choice between
a black or white iPad. Learn more about the new iPad at:, InfoWorld.
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Technology @ Work

Android for Business

When the first Android smartphones were released, back in 2008, technophiles and early adopters embraced the rich user experience of the new Google operating system. Over the last 3 years, upgrades to the OS have made Android devices increasingly attractive for enterprise and business users. Click to read 5 things you should know about Android for Business .link-Technology @ Work 1
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What is M2M?

You've probably heard the term machine-to-machine (M2M) technology being tossed around with increasing frequency over the last year or two. That's because these emerging technologies are quickly changing how many Canadian companies are doing business. Machine to Machine (M2M) solutions connect devices to back-end IT systems to enable the collection and exchange of data. Click to learn morelink-Technology @ Work 2
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Rogers News

Rogers Introduces Data Sharing Plans

Wi-Fi Calling   Rogers now lets you share data between tablets and smartphones with new Data Sharing Plans. Users can seamlessly share one bucket of data across smartphones, tablets and select data devices. This new structure is designed to help companies get the most value from their plans, by optimizing unused smartphone data. It will also help you give your team the smartphones and tablet devices that they desire, without blowing your budget. Consult your Rogers representative to find the best plan for your organization or call News 1
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Peer Insights

Blinds To Go was seeking network back-up for the point-of-sale (POS) systems in their retail outlets. Their goal was a failover solution that would provide continuous uptime for store transactions in the event of an outage of the primary wired source of Internet connectivity. Learn how Rogers supplied Blinds To Go with a failover solution for the stores' POS systems.
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We'll also be a bronze sponsor at the BlackBerry® World Conference, May 3-5 in Orlando, Florida. For more info, visit:
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