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m-business

(Mobile-BUSINESS) Doing business using wireless services. The mobile counterpart to e-business. See m-commerce.
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Winners from the m-business and commerce category included the Clip app by PayClip Inc (Mexico); Mobizy app by Tekever (Portugal); UBANK app by UBANK (Russia); Mobile Pay app by Danske Bank (Denmark) and Talabat app by Talabat General Trading and Contracting Company (Kuwait), it added.
Sprint Mobile Loan Officer is built on the M-Business Anywhere mobile application platform from iAnywhere Solutions, a subsidiary of Sybase.
-- M-Business Server -- the industry's most scalable platform for delivering Web-based content to mobile devices.
E-BUSINESS, m-business and a number of other names are all used to describe business in an online environment.
More than 10,000 customers worldwide, including 78 of the Fortune 100, rely on iAnywhere Solutions(TM) industry leading mobile, embedded and workgroup databases, mobile middleware and m-Business solutions.
iAnywhere Solutions has announced plans to enhance its m-Business platform to enable delivery of Web services to mobile and wireless users.
The iAnywhere Solutions(TM) m-Business platform empowers developers to build Java applications that enable anywhere, anytime access to corporate information.
According to James Lawrence, chief executive of OverNet Data, one of the firms exhibiting at m-business expo in London later this month, voice is still voice, whether it's carried on a circuit or packet switched network.
The iAnywhere Mobile Manager technology is a component of iAnywhere Solutions' m-Business platform, which is a technology architecture for extending the range of e-Business applications, enterprise data and content to mobile and wireless devices.
In fact, the hype got so bad that backlash set in, and stories are now appearing in leading trade publications about just how vaporous the m-business segment really is.
Version 4.0 includes important wireless infrastructure improvements to the company's core M-Business Server, its Mobile Engines for the Web, Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange and its mobile Internet service.
CMP Media (Manhasset, NY), still a unit of United News & Media (London), will begin the publication of M-Business (mbizcentral.com) magazine with an issue in October.