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.
Customers have a widening set of choices for communicating with companies.
We’re excited at Tango Networks to be joined by Lee Essex, a longtime telecom industry veteran and expert in enterprise mobility technologies based in the UK.
The telecoms and mobility markets so far in 2018 have been deluged with"mobile UC as a service" (mUCaaS) types of offerings from virtually every quarter. Enterprise markets are primed for mobile network operators who can offer new services that solve genuine enterprise business problems by bundling mobility with UC.
Tango Networks collaborates with Samsung to deliver secure, compliant Mobile Unified Communications to U.S. Enterprises
Tango Networks™, a leading provider of full-featured enterprise mobile communication solutions, and Samsung Electronics America, Inc. are collaborating to deliver secure and compliant mobile Unified Communications (UC) solutions to enterprises.
Enterprise Mobility has changed where and when we work and get things done.
Unified Communications (UC) has changed how we communicate and collaborate.
Work is evolving.
Are you hearing everything your customers are saying about you to your employees?
Or is critical business intelligence leaking out during customer engagement communications?
If you have an increasingly mobile workforce, then you need to make sure important customer feedback does not go missing when your employees use mobile devices.
The mobile workforce is increasingly strategic for businesses of all sorts. Yet mobile technologies too often are in a “blind spot” for communications management and workforce optimization.
As reported in Forbes, 81 percent of CEOs in a PwC survey reported that they consider mobile technologies for customer engagement to be strategic. The result showed that mobile technologies were the most...
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