Some companies embracing the “Mobile First” strategy of communications are unlocking powerful new ways to boost productivity and efficiency.
Imagine this scenario:
A salesperson in the field needs to make an urgent call to a customer who is ready to buy. The salesperson is in transit so she uses her personal phone to make the call.
Think about the world that Millennials know.
If you were born between the early 1980s and mid 1990s, you are what demographers and marketers call a “Millennial.”
Those in that age group have …
… never known a world without PCs.
… used mobile technology since early adulthood if not childhood.
The rise of the mobile, digitized enterprise has brought about a host of benefits paired with a host of challenges.
When digitizing assets like operational data, financial data, patient records and others, you are increasing employee access to information and enhancing their ability to get things done. But you also are changing the security profile of this information, and creating potential...
Communications in enterprises are more flexible and powerful than ever before.
Mobility combined with an increasingly rich set of communications applications have boosted employee responsiveness, collaboration and operational efficiencies.
As we discussed in this blog earlier this month, these new modes of communication must meet the same security requirements as other communications in the...
It’s a common problem in IT projects of all types. Users can find dozens of creative ways to break your app or system.
That’s why the whole concept of a beta release exists. Put your fledgling product in the hands of users and let them kick the tires. They will find gaps, bugs and other problems your quality assurance team simply doesn’t have the time to find.
When it comes to adopting a...
The evolution of communications is fundamentally changing how companies operate.
Nothing has changed how we work, get deals done, move projects forward, or interact with each other in the workplace than the mobile phone.
At Tango Networks, we’re proud of the role our Kinetic Communications Platform is playing in that evolution.
Every so many years, an analyst or technology vendor makes the bold declaration that something is dead.
And for some time now, the desk phone is dead!
Taking whatever market you’re in and then declaring “Technology X is dead!” seems to be a good way to make a point about a trend.
When it comes to the desk phone, the predictions of the device’s demise are...
The pace of innovation in mobile enterprise communications accelerated in 2016. Our crystal ball shows even more changes ahead in 2017. Here is a summary of our predictions and outlook for key enterprise mobility trends for the coming year:
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