Wireless Management companies love to promise you the world – they claim you’ll get deep cost savings with top-tier support that will put your mind at east. However, we hear it often from clients who switch to Wireless Analytics: The savings weren’t as much as promised, the communication was poor and the customer service was undesirable.
The managed mobility services industry seems to be at a crossroads. More and more mid to large sized companies have chosen their preferred MMS provider, so the conversation has shifted from “why your company needs MMS” to “are you getting the most out of your MMS provider?”
Managed Mobility Service (MMS) providers are becoming an important asset to companies that are finding it difficult to manage mobility on their own. According to a recent press release by Blue Hill Research, manage mobility services are expected to deliver a three-year ROI of 184%. With that much potential for savings and increased efficiency, the third-party MMS provider cannot be overlooked.
Introducing iOS 10.3
Apple has officially released iOS 10.3 which contains several optimizations and fixes. The most important of these changes is a brand-new filing system called APFS or Apple File System.
Anyone that has been on the internet for any amount of time during the 90’s and early aughts remembers their old AOL and EarthLink email addresses. Some of us would even like to pretend that our earlier years of the internet were just a distant memory.
Erik Eames, co-founder and CEO of Wireless Analytics, and I attended the 2017 TEMIA (Technology Expense Management Industry Association) spring summit in New Orleans last week. We were lucky enough to share and present what we’ve learned working in the managed mobility services industry. Being around so many leaders, I wanted to share with you 5 key takeaways that I had from TEMIA:
Wireless Analytics is starting off spring on the road, as we’re attending TEMIA (Technology Expense Management Industry Association)’s annual Membership Conference. Erik Eames, the co-founder and CEO of Wireless Analytics, currently sits on the TEMIA board of directors as the treasurer.
It looks like 5G is upon us, and Verizon is gearing up to make a pretty epic announcement. Verizon debuting their 5G services to 11 lucky cities by mid-2017. These cities include: Miami, Atlanta, Bernardsville (NJ), Brockton (MA), Dallas, Sacramento, Denver, Houston, Ann Arbor, Seattle and Washington, D.C.