When considering changes to the mobile environment, most enterprises only consider top-line financial costs in the decision making process; support costs are often misunderstood or overlooked. This post serves to highlight key trends in the mobile management industry while exploring cost considerations and implications of each.
Anyone that pays any attention to the Mobility Industry has been privy to the controversies of Samsung’s ill-fated Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Samsung is slated to start afresh with their release of the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Mobility Technology is vast industry with a lot of opportunities for growth and profit. To fully capitalize on all the opportunities that the Mobility Industry has to offer, one should look at these 5 tips listed below to ensure efficiency, and save your company big money on Mobile Technology.
Managing multiple types of devices for various clients can be a quite a tall order. Which is why it is important to implement stringent Mobile Device Management (MDM) strategies to keep your company robust.
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.
International Wi-Fi Calling is now available for recent iOS devices on the AT&T network.
Windows Phone 10 has added a variety of features. The app library is slated to expand much more due to refined streamlining with Windows 10 for PCs. More apps will be available as a result of Windows Phone 10 streamlining with Windows for PCs. Developers will only need to create a single version of an app for both the main Windows 10 OS and Windows Phone because of the unification of the architecture.
Apple and Android have been the consistent focus of enterprise mobility since the fall of BlackBerry, so this might surprise you: if you want to see the future of enterprise mobility, look to the history of enterprise IT: Microsoft. Yes, Microsoft. The Windows 10 keynote took place in the first week of October, amid much speculation whether Microsoft’s keynote could measure up to Apple’s keynote in September. And you could say it went great.