Customers have a widening set of choices for communicating with companies.
We’re excited at Tango Networks to be joined by Lee Essex, a longtime telecom industry veteran and expert in enterprise mobility technologies based in the UK.
Lee focuses in particular on helping financial services firms to adopt compliant mobility best practices, including using our Kinetic Cloud enterprise mobile convergence platform.
The telecoms and mobility markets so far in 2018 have been deluged with "mobile UC as a service" (mUCaaS) types of offerings from virtually every quarter.
Enterprise markets are primed for mobile network operators who can offer new services that solve genuine enterprise business problems by bundling mobility with UC.
For a number of years now, text messaging has been the most popular form of communications for Americans under the age of 50.
If your company wants to conduct business with consumers in this important age group, are you able to communicate with them in their preferred way?
Business mobility is no longer optional. To remain competitive, companies need to enable employees to be reachable and responsive no matter where they are.
The truth is that every workforce is a mobile workforce, and the most successful companies are rethinking their communications applications, systems and policies with mobility in mind.
There is an epidemic that affects every one of us who ever travels in a car or truck:
We have all been on the road and had someone drift into our lane. After giving them a loud honk, you realize the person was fixated on a mobile phone. Whether it is texting, taking selfies, or reading social media … we just can’t stay off those darn things.
Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) is evolving with a wave of innovation and a reshaped market landscape. That’s the conclusion of an article about the UCaaS market and top UCaaS providers published today by Channel Partners magazine.
Think of all the ways that mobility can complicate your business communications.
Companies want to take advantage of more flexible and productive workers, as well as benefit from cutting hardware and support costs.
As businesses increasingly go “mobile first” with communications, they face crucial technical challenges that can put their recording and archiving compliance at risk.
Mobile devices are quickly becoming the primary way businesses communicate. Employees on mobiles are easier to reach, are more responsive, and can be more productive in more places at more times.
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