The acquisition creates a groundbreaking portfolio of global mobile communications solutions uniquely focused on the mobility needs of today’s distributed enterprises. The company also has announced key partnerships with Gamma and ASC for the combined...
Tango Networks has acquired Simetric Telecom, creating global enterprise mobile communications solution provider
PwC made headlines earlier this year when it announced it was going "Mobile First" with communications.
That meant the accounting giant's 18,000 employees in the UK would use mobile phones as their primary communications tools instead of traditional desk-top landline phones.
It's part of a trend across the financial services industry, as firms unlock new modes of mobile-enabled enterprise...
Financial services organizations face increasingly complex challenges in complying with regulatory requirements, according to Verint, which today announced the expansion of its Financial Compliance Partnership Program.
Tango Networks is excited to be part of this expansion of Verint's compliance program, highlighted at a series of Financial Compliance Innovation Workshops being held now and...
Financial services companies are tapping mobile technologies to boost employee productivity and responsiveness. But ensuring mobile communications are compliant with recording and archiving rules is not optional.
Reinventing Compliance: Don't miss the Verint Compliance Alliance Workshops
Tango Networks is partnering with Verint to highlight the best practices for mobile communications...
Mobile communications are the lifeblood of today’s enterprises.
Employees increasingly rely on mobile phones as their primary communications tools.
Financial services companies are finding new ways to harness mobility to boost employee productivity and responsiveness.
These days basically every workforce is a mobile workforce.
If you need to support users conducting business on their mobile phones, your face a number of important IT process and system questions:
- How do you ensure the communications of these mobile users are compliant with recording, logging, monitoring and archiving rules?
- How is enterprise mobility being changed by cloud-based mobility...
Enterprise mobility is rapidly evolving as more businesses look to take advantage of increasingly flexible and useful mobile communications technologies.
A new research report from 451 Research identifies "Second Wave Mobility" as the emerging trend of mobile technologies and services that are focused on enterprise communications needs.
The first wave of mobility was consumer-driven, according to the new report by 451 Research analyst Raúl Castañón-Martínez. But "Second Wave Mobility" is now emerging and it is focusing on mobile business users...
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