Sunday, November 25, 2007

iPhone Intelligent notification

Here's an interesting article. SV

A new application from intelligent notification vendor MIR3 promises to enable IT administrators to use an iPhone to manage, send and receive notifications from anywhere there's connectivity. The move suggests Apple's mobile phone may break into enterprise applications sooner than expected.

"Lopez says the iPhone's UI could be particularly well suited to run applications that require users to fill out forms, close out help desk tickets, or retrieve information on clients or locations. Physicians or nurses could also benefit from an iPhone-based app that enables them to manage patient health records via an iPhone or iPod touch. "The iPhone could be treated like a tablet without the pen," Lopez says."


2 comments: said...

Wow! I'm a nurse. This function will be so convenient, as I am constantly running around the hospital. said...

I am going to grab one as soon as it comes out!