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New opportunity for UC Resellers: Pragma launches UK mobile service in partnership with Tango Networks

Posted by Tango Marketing
September 22, 2020

A leading UK-based channel UC and cloud provider, Pragma, launched a new Cloud Mobile service in partnership with Tango Networks.

Tango Networks and GEMA Partner to Bring Global Private Mobile Network Services to Managed Mobility Service Offerings

Posted by Tango Marketing
September 10, 2020

Tango Networks and GEMA International AG today announced a partnership to offer Tango Networks’ award-winning business mobile communications service with GEMA’s industry-leading Managed Mobility Service (MMS) available in 60 countries around the world.

Tango Networks provides Mobile-X, the industry’s first global mobile communications service that is built from the ground up for business...

Two-thirds of business users prefer the native mobile phone interface over Mobile UC Apps

Mobile phones have never been more critical to business communications than they are today.

They have become essential tools in the remote working arrangements that are the norm for many businesses even as pandemic measures are lifted.

So it is enlightening that new research from Nemertes reports that business users vastly prefer the native mobile phone experience over commonly deployed Mobile...

Reseller Webinar: Top Questions About the Mobile-X Communications Service

The new generation of business mobile communications was the focus of our recent webinar with Comms Business Magazine.

The webinar described how channel partners are unlocking new revenue streams and bringing sticky new service to market using our Mobile-X service.

If you missed it, you can view the replay of the webinar on-demand here: ...

New research: Why 94% of users Ignore Mobile UC Apps for calling

The verdict is in, and it's not good for the future of Mobile Unified Communications phone apps.

It turns out that 19 out of 20 employees don't use their companies' authorized mobile phone UC apps to make voice calls, according to new research this week from Nemertes Research.

Nemertes Research: Achieving Mobile UC Success

Despite the widespread adoption of mobile unified communications applications over the last several years, the true promise of using UC on mobile devices to generate gains in productivity, revenue, and to achieve cost savings often remains unfulfilled.

Nemertes Research’s 2020 global study of more than 525 organizations found that nearly 24.4% of participants had deployed mobile UC...

Next-Generation Business-Class Mobile Communications Launched for Business and Government Agencies By Atlantech Online

Posted by Tango Marketing
July 8, 2020

Mobile communications for business and government agencies are leaping to new level today.

Our partner, Atlantech Online, is launching atlantech|wireless, a unique Mobile Unified Communications service enabling businesses and government agencies to maximize the productivity of their distributed workforces.

Tango Networks Mobile-X Wins Unified Communications Product of the Year Award

Posted by Tango Marketing
June 9, 2020

The Mobile-X solution from Tango Networks has won a Unified Communications Product of the Year Award.

TMC, a global, integrated media company, announced the honor today. Mobile-X and other winners of the 2020 Unified CommunicationsProduct of the Year Award will be announced online and highlighted in INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine online.

Mobile-X is a turnkey service that mobile-enables any...

Global Private Mobile Network Puts Companies in Control of Mobile, Does Away With Over-the-Top App Risks

Mobile communications are increasingly out of the typical company’s control as operators have not yet provided a path to rein these services in.

Mobile now dominates business communications, but mobile services still reflect their consumer roots.

As a result, companies tend to rely on over-the-top (OTT) app-based extensions to their unified communications (UC) environments to keep mobile...

Business Continuity: How Seamless Mobile Communications Boost Teleworking Productivity

Posted by Kathleen Clarke
May 19, 2020

Companies responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by assigning many employees to work from home.

Surveys are reporting that even after offices reopen, many companies plan to make teleworking a permanent part of some employees' assignments.In addition, teleworking is now central to Business Continuity Planning, which many companies are focusing on to prepare for the next major business disruption.


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