And in the last decade, smartphones have become ubiquitous and central to the way consumers communicate and lead their lives.
Now the impact of smartphones is reverberating throughout the work world as well.
More and more consumers want to use text messages to communicate with companies. And more and more companies are listening.
Tango Networks has been named to the list of 10 Fastest Growing Telecom Solution Providers to Watch 2018 by Insights Success Magazine.
"An innovative solution provider that offers superior enterprise mobile communications products and services is Tango Networks," the editors said. "Its groundbreaking mobility platform provides simple, flexible adaptation of enterprise communications for the...
Don't miss Tuesday's web demo of the Tango Networks' Jabber SMS messaging solution.
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Our Jabber SMS solution enables your Jabber users to communicate by mobile text messages with anyone on any phone
Now you can send and receive SMS text messages with your business numbers.
Our new Enterprise Text Messaging solution creates a powerful new way for your company to engage with customers, partners and others.
Now your business phone numbers are a channel for one-on-one conversations with your customers and others.
We're excited to announce that Kinetic Cloud, the industry's first cloud-powered enterprise mobility enablement solution, is now available in North America.
Launched earlier this year in Europe, Kinetic Cloud enables enterprises to deploy rich Mobile Unified Communications (MUC) to the workforce with recording compliance, automated enterprise application integration, and unique...
A new European regulation goes into effect on May 25 that can have a major impact on how your enterprise mobility program operates.
Enterprises around the world are adopting mobile Unified Communications, empowering their employees to be more effective at getting work done anytime and anywhere.
Smart enterprises are being proactive about communications compliance as they implement mobile communications in their environments.
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