The trend everyone has been talking about for the past year - the transition to work-from-home programs - is now underscored by new evidence.
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...
In a few days we will mark the dawn of a new decade.
So it's a good time to reflect on how much has changed in the past 10 years in terms of how, when and where we work.
It's also a good time to remind ourselves how communications technology has evolved in that period to support these changes in workstyle.
A thought-provoking piece by Julia Cho in The Atlantic lists some phrases that today's young people probably have never uttered:
"I'll get it."
"He's not here right now."
"It's for you."
Cord cutting is now the norm for businesses around the world.
Entire work environments and business processes are now designed for workforces that are distributed, getting stuff done remotely from home or Starbucks or on the road. Teleworking, remote working, virtual workplaces and work-from-home programs are increasingly critical to the operations of many businesses.
So it's increasingly...
If you run IT or telecommunications for an enterprise, you've probably heard the buzz about Global Private Mobile Networks.
Every company of any size has wrestled for years with how to truly integrate mobile devices and mobile communications with enterprise operations and IT.
Global Private Mobile Network (GPMN) services are the new way to integrate mobility and manage it from a single pane of...
The smartphone revolution accelerates as ‘mobile first’ enterprises empower their distributed workforces
Enterprise mobility is rapidly evolving as more businesses look to take advantage of increasingly flexible and useful mobile communications technologies.
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