Enterprise mobility is taking centre stage at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Mobile phones are now overwhelmingly the devices of choice for most communications.
Almost two years ago, mobile phones eclipsed landlines among consumers in the United States.
And the same revolution of cord-cutting is taking place in enterprises. Among many examples, accounting giant PwC went “mobile first” with its 18,000 employees in the UK last summer.
Enterprise mobility is taking center stage at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
While previous generations of mobile services have focused on the needs of consumer customers, industry analysts say the new generation of mobile services is geared to enterprises.
“Enterprises require secure and effective mobile solutions to support a productive mobile workforce,” says Raúl...
Text messaging is rapidly becoming the communications application of choice for many people.
Not surprisingly, teenagers are most frequently cited as avid users of text messaging. One recent study even found that most teens prefer texting with their friends over communicating...
Call recording is an increasingly important requirement across all communication channels – mobile, fixed line and SMS.
Gone are the days of communications coming through just one medium. Success in today’s competitive business climate means giving employees the ability to communicate with customers, partners and other external parties in ways that will streamline engagement and enhance...
KNet Technology partnership brings enterprise mobility solutions to Australia, New Zealand, southeast Asia
Today Tango Networks is announcing a partnership with KNet Technology to bring unique enterprise mobility solutions to markets in Australia, New Zealand and southeast Asia.
The partnership will focus on delivering Tango Networks' groundbreaking Kinetic Cloud solutions, offering Mobile Unified Communications, mobile communications recording compliance, automated enterprise application mobile...
A new research report from 451 Research analyzes Tango Networks' acquisition of Simetric Telecom, a leading UK-based provider of innovative mobile services and telecommunications solutions.
"The acquisition of Simetric Telecom further expands Tango Networks’ efforts to extend unified communications functionality to mobile devices," writes 451 Research analyst Raúl Castañón-Martínez. "It should...
Tango Networks has acquired Simetric Telecom, creating global enterprise mobile communications solution provider
The acquisition creates a groundbreaking portfolio of global mobile communications solutions uniquely focused on the mobility needs of today’s distributed enterprises. The company also has announced key partnerships with Gamma and ASC for the combined...
Tango Networks announced they have acquired Simetric Telecom, a Yorkshire based provider of innovative mobile services and telecommunications solutions.
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