Every company wants to do mobility efficiently and inexpensively. When you are exploring potential avenues for corporate mobility cost savings, are you making sure that you are doing everything you can to save? Typical IT departments are skilled, but they have so many other focuses. WE are the company that focuses on wireless.
The life of a mobile device — from the moment it’s procured by your company to the moment it’s swapped out for a more recent, more powerful device — requires constant management by your IT team. You want to make sure every device is used to its maximum potential, empowering employees to work remotely without running up avoidable charges.
While mobile devices are only becoming more essential to getting work done in the 21st century, managing a skyrocketing inventory of them is becoming frustratingly complex.
Every time one of your company’s employees makes a call from London or downloads an email attachment in Shanghai, that’s money in the bank for your wireless carrier.
The average corporate mobile user needs help desk support between three and four times per year. Multiply that by the number of wireless users in your organization and it becomes clear your help desk is up against a never-ending flood of tickets.
It’s 10p.m. (or anytime, really). Do you know where your company’s iPhones are?
The successor to 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) is right around the corner. It is called 5G or Fifth Generation. Fifth Generation will be a new technology that will complement and expand upon existing mobile infrastructure and technology.
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.
Have a Strategy in Place
It seems like such a simple thing to your end users. They’re eligible for an upgrade on their phone, and they’d like to have one. Whether they have two devices, one for work, one for personal use, or they combined both into one, at this point, pretty much everyone has gone through the upgrade process. They know what it takes to do it for their own device.