“Mobile First” is gaining more traction as the new mode of communications for enterprises.
Every large corporation faces an IT future dominated by two major themes: Greater adoption of cloud-based services and increased use of mobile devices to access those services.
Do you offer products or services to people born after 1982 and before 2000, the Millennials?
Going mobile with Unified Communications has been an increasingly important goal for enterprises.
The mobility “blind spot” is hampering companies from maximizing the impact and value of modern mobility for their operations.
Supporting your mobile workforce today means a lot more than just allowing your staff to use mobile devices for their day-to-day tasks.
Customer Engagement solutions from Verint have revolutionized how companies see and manage the customer's experience.
Business mobility is no longer optional. To remain competitive, companies need to enable employees to be reachable and responsive no matter where they are.
The truth is that every workforce is a mobile workforce, and the most successful companies are rethinking their communications applications, systems and policies with mobility in mind.
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.
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