Distracted driving continues to make the headlines.
We all do it, so it’s unreasonable to expect that your employees aren’t doing it as well. Pretty much everyone has used a mobile phone unsafely while driving at some point.
Today we’re announcing availability of our Responsible Driver System (RDS) for operators of fleet and commercial vehicles.
It’s been a long time coming. Since two decades ago when mobile phones started flooding corporate environments, it’s been a bumpy and interesting road toward convergence.
The new year has brought new mobile communications regulations for many financial services companies doing business in Europe.
Topping the list of new regulations is the revised version of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, commonly called MiFID II.
Mobility has fundamentally transformed how our companies operate across the board. Mobile devices dramatically improve work flexibility, employee reach and responsiveness, and overall company competitiveness.
In the closing days of 2017, we can look back on a year of milestones in how mobile communications evolved the way we work and live.
We’ve made our workplaces mobile, tapping the power of smartphones to increase employee reachability, flexibility and productivity.
But are we crossing an important regulatory line regarding privacy in how we manage communications that may contain personal information?
“Mobile first” has become a buzzword in many corners of the tech industry.
In web design, “mobile first” means that you design your web site and content with the mobile device in mind. So page formats, images and other features are designed to be easily viewed and interacted with by users on mobile phones, for example.
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