How you support communications for your mobile workforce can have a major impact on productivity and efficiency.
A 451 Research Webinar tomorrow will focus on Mobile Unified Communications and other aspects of the new wave of enterprise mobility.
These days basically every workforce is a mobile workforce.
If you need to support users conducting business on their mobile phones, your face a number of important IT process and system questions:
Enterprise mobility is rapidly evolving as more businesses look to take advantage of increasingly flexible and useful mobile communications technologies.
A new research report from 451 Research identifies "Second Wave Mobility" as the emerging trend of mobile technologies and services that are focused on enterprise communications needs.
The first wave of mobility was consumer-driven, according to the new report by 451 Research analyst Raúl Castañón-Martínez. But "Second Wave Mobility" is now emerging and it is focusing on mobile business users...
"Second Wave Mobility" is now taking hold in enterprises around the world.
Registration is open for an upcoming webinar on evolving enterprise mobility featuring Raúl Castañón-Martínez of 451 Research.
Enterprises continue to grapple with how best to implement mobility in their increasingly distributed workplace environments to support their increasingly mobile workforces.
That's the focus of an article in Land Mobile magazine, outlining the various ways in which mobility is changing enterprise communications and how Enterprise Mobility Management tools are evolving to compensate for new...
Tango Networks is highlighted in a case study published by IBM today, focusing on how we leverage the IBM Cloud for our Kinetic Cloud enterprise mobility service.
"Launched atop the global capabilities of IBM Cloud," the case study blog posting says, "Kinetic Cloud claims to be the industry’s first cloud-powered enterprise mobility enablement solution, delivering communications control,...
Text messaging is quickly becoming one of the most important ways to communicate with customers.
“Mobile First” is gaining more traction as the new mode of communications for enterprises.
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