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On March 6th, 2003, Rich Stillman gave a presentation at Babson College's Center for Information Management Studies (CIMS). This page contains an overview document, the presentation, an ROI workseet, and a number of useful links on the subject of mobilizing email.
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Here's a five-page document that covers the same ground as the presentation.
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For Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Domino, here's information on BlackBerry Enterprise Server, a server-based mail-forwarding application, including pricing.
BBES is also offered by a number of cell phone service providers, including
For Lotus Notes and Domino users: MartinScott.com. The company sells a corporate wireless email solution and offers a free product for individual mailboxes.
Synchrologic's CIO Wireless Resource Book, published 2001.
Also from Synchrologic: ROI Analysis for Handheld Email Access, published 2002.
Upoc's 2003 survey of wireless usage trends in the United States.
Data from Upoc's 2002 survey.
Infoworld's article about RIM devices at CSFB by Ephraim Schwartz, 3/19/2001.
"Gadget Love Strikes the Enterprise", Toni Kistner's 2001 Network World article detailing the experience of several companies that adopted wireless mail technology, including HiddenMind.
Outside analysis of the 2001 Goldman Sachs report on wireless text from QuoCirca, and from ZDNet.
Rich Stillman's personal experience with wireless email, January 2003.