2011 predictions: Vodafone UK enterprise director Peter Kelly

2011 predictions: Vodafone UK enterprise director Peter Kelly

Vodafone UK enterprise director Peter Kelly discusses the prospect of unified comms in the public sector in 2011

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Major management restructure at O2 UK

Major management restructure at O2 UK

O2 UK confirms departures of finance officer Ramon Ros and customer service director Cheryl Black, as it integrates consumer sales and customer service units, and hands new titles to David Plumb, Simon Devonshire, Tim Sefton and Sally Cowdry

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Vodafone strikes global Unilever deal

Vodafone strikes global Unilever deal

Multinational deal will see Vodafone provide Unilever with 50,000 devices as well as connectivity and managed mobile services in 63 countries

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Mobile App Warehouse strikes deal for tracking app

Mobile App Warehouse strikes deal for tracking app

Deal will see Arrow Mobile sell the Mobile App Warehouse's itrack solution

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Vodafone slams O2 SME claim

Vodafone slams O2 SME claim

Vodafone disputes O2's claim to be the only operator in SME market growing its share, revenue and profitablity

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Industry must talk more with business

Industry must talk more with business

Industry demands better communication between the mobile sector and businesses in the aftermath of Government Spending Review

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Cutting Room: RIM hones B2B trick for vertical markets

Cutting Room: RIM hones B2B trick for vertical markets

BlackBerry looks to follow and expand its lead in business market by selecting key vertical markets to win over early

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Healthcare market turned on to mobile, reckons RIM

Healthcare market turned on to mobile, reckons RIM

BlackBerry-maker looks to ingratiate itself more deeply in vertical business markets

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BlackBerry unveils healthcare ‘super app’

BlackBerry unveils healthcare ‘super app’

BlackBerry and CSC launch Patient in your Pocket system for healthcare industry

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Vodafone hits out at ‘brazen’ O2 claims

Vodafone hits out at ‘brazen’ O2 claims

Vodafone last week called O2’s claim of its SME market share and performance “guesswork”

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