Verizon Business today announced ‘Managed Mobility Solutions,’ a new service for large multinational businesses that provides security for mobile devices and mobile expense management, reports Computerworld
Nortel Networks’ plans to sell-off major parts of its businesses appear to be on the home straight. The Canadian vendor announced yesterday that US and Canadian courts have approved its US$915 million deal to sell its enterprise business to Avaya.
Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao has reignited speculation that the UK-based group may divest its 45 percent stake in US mobile operator Verizon Wireless, reports The Telegraph. Colao told a Goldman Sach’s media conference in New York yesterday that his board is “re-looking” at its position in the joint-venture.
Reuters reports that Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said yesterday it is fair for the US government to ask whether handset exclusivity deals should have time limits.