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.
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 the excesses of human consumption to keep the only Earth that we have as healthy as possible.
How Wireless Analytics Cares About Our Planet
Wireless Analytics currently recycles paper, cardboard, cell phones, batteries and we send out electronic invoicing in an effort to reduce our carbon footprint. Also, starting this year, Wireless Analytics is starting an Aluminum, Glass and Plastic Bottle Recycling Program to further do our part in combating Climate Change and keeping the Earth healthy and safe. Recycling bins will be placed all around our office to continually recycle various bottles.
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.
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.
As proud partners working closely with EasyVista, we're thrilled to see how well their solutions have enabled us to adapt and thrive with the increasing demands of managed mobility services.
In our last few posts, it’s become clear that Managed Mobility Services (MMS) don’t just benefit a limited number of departments or employees. MMS helps multiple department leaders in your organization, often in ways you may not have considered. This is also true when it comes to what your business unit leaders stand to gain from MMS. Primarily concerned with keeping costs down, productivity up, and everything running smoothly between departments, they are key stakeholders in your conversation about MMS, who will likely bring many concerns to the table.
If you've read other forecasts and predictions you'll know - there's a lot in store for mobility in 2015. So much that it can be difficult to know which predictions are critical to your business, and which are just noise.
These days, it practically goes without saying – your organization is mobile.
Most of us have accepted pervasive mobility as a fact of life, and a requirement for business. Mobile technology boosts productivity and makes your organization more efficient.
We’ve heard horror stories of failed Wireless Expense Management (WEM) from companies we’ve talked to after internal WEM projects fell apart, or prior vendors failed to deliver. By examining those failed WEM initiatives, we’ve learned why they failed and how to spot an initiative that’s in danger.
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