Silicone innovators turn to iPhone.
With operations in 60 countries and an ever-growing product line, this extensive enterprise uses iPhone to help track and evaluate a world’s worth of business intelligence. View Profile
Maintaining IT infrastructures with iPhone.
When you manage the IT needs of Fortune 500 companies, mobility, flexibility, and reliability are key. That's why the IT pros at World Wide Technology rely on iPhone to communicate, coordinate, and maintain network infrastructures in the field. View Profile
GE is one of the world’s largest technology companies, with business units devoted to areas such as aviation, clean energy, financial services, media, and health care technology. As GE imagines, develops, and builds technologies that transform the way we live, it’s channeling the equally transformative power of iPad, iPhone, and in-house apps to generate new business possibilities. View Profile
Lightning speed is essential to Aftonbladet. News must be reported fast and accurately day and night — whether the story is Sweden’s royal wedding, a major political event or the latest sports. Blogs must be updated, from the newsroom or the road. Editors must be kept informed. All that is possible with iPhone. View Profile
iPhone: a media giant evolves.
For Groupe M6, innovation and new technology are its lifeblood. The multimedia group is a powerhouse of creative content and services. That includes its flagship M6 broadcast TV channel, its digital channels as well as its film production, book and music publishing, e-commerce, games and pay-per-view video divisions. View Profile
Building the future.
At A-Plant, speed matters. That’s because the company is a leader in the fast-moving business of equipment rental. And not surprisingly, it’s iPhone that ensures that A-Plant’s team is always on top of their game, even in the most diverse locations. View Profile
On duty with iPhone and iPad.
When police officers in Redlands, California go on patrol, they’re equipped with all the essential gear — including iPads and iPhones. View Profile
A playful mission, powered by iPhone.
In 2005, Glen Halliday was concerned: His kids were spending too much time on the couch. But Halliday believed that if he could create something compelling enough, he might draw them outside and into imaginative play. View Profile
A global travel company stays unified, with iPhone.
At Gap Adventures, a thriving international tour operator headquartered in Toronto, business is global — literally. And with 1300 tours on 7 continents and 800 staff scattered in 37 countries, communication is mission-critical. Connectivity has to be available at all times, from all places, including a polar expedition ship in Antarctica. View Profile