Mobile Device Management is a broad and promising venture for anyone in the Mobility industry. However, when costs are not properly managed, one can easily feel overwhelmed and overextended. Here are two handy ways to cut costs while maintaining the security of your services.
The end of summer has arrived. The kids are back at school; the NFL has started back up, and for those of us in Mobility related industries, the new iPhones have been revealed at their usual yearly keynote. Which means for a lot of people who want the latest and greatest, waiting in long lines, and scurrying online and on the[...]
Every time we audit a potential client that is managing its own mobile devices, we uncover savings that are at least in the tens of thousands of dollars. We’re not saying this to toot our own horn. We’re merely pointing out the fact that, if your company is handling its own mobility needs, you’re leaving a significant amount of[...]
Keeping your entire company equipped with properly-provisioned, smoothly-functioning mobile devices can seem like a tall order. As your workforce becomes increasingly mobile, your inventory of devices is only getting larger. Your users’ needs are only getting more demanding.
But your IT team is up to the challenge, right?
When it comes to mobile productivity, there’s no putting that cat back in the bag.
Work has long since expanded beyond the confines of the office building. Your company’s employees want — no, demand — to get work done wherever they go. And they insist that the devices that help them do it are functional, up-to-date, and[...]
Earth Day as a holiday blossomed from its beginnings in 1970 as a day of educating others about environmental issues. It has since grown into a day of action celebrated on April 22nd by more than a billion people worldwide each year. Its goal is to motivate humanity towards adopting environmentally friendly habits and combating[...]
Have you ever wanted to make calls without your phone on your person? Customers on AT&T can now do that thanks to a recently added feature called NumberSync. NumberSync allows users to receive voice and video calls on up to five qualifying iOS or Android devices using their existing AT&T phone number.