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Adam Boone, Vice President of Strategic Planning, Tango Networks

Adam Boone runs marketing for Tango Networks, bringing 25 years of experience in marketing, communications, strategy, and media, including networking, security and telecom companies. He led marketing for two Sequoia Capital start-ups with successful exits. Boone’s marketing management experience includes Subex, Sipera (acquired by Avaya), Syndesis, CoManage, Certes Networks, Accipiter, Marconi, FORE Systems and AT&T. He holds an MBA from Arizona State University and completed the Competitive Marketing Strategy Program at University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.

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Business BYOD Solution for Hybrid Working Wins Visionary Spotlight Award

Tango Networks' Mobile-X Extend service has won a 2022 Visionary Spotlight Award  from ChannelVision magazine.

The service was recognized for its unique approach to turning personal phones into business-ready Mobile Unified Communications extensions, ideal for hybrid work models.

ChannelVision announced the 2022 Visionary Spotlight Awards to recognize technologies and communications solutions...

The Communications Compliance Crackdown Produces Major UCaaS Channel Opportunity

The Communications Compliance Crackdown shows no sign of slowing down. 

This presents a huge opportunity for resellers of UCaaS and other business communications services to offer compliant mobile communications services.

Last fall, financial services regulators in the US began warning regulated firms that they are cracking down on the use of personal devices and apps for regulated...

Trends to watch in 2022:  The Communications Compliance Crackdown and the new BYOD

The end of 2021 was marked by several significant milestones in business communications trends. These forces will profoundly affect how we work in 2022 and beyond.

First, securities regulators in December launched a crackdown on financial services workers using personal mobile phones, highlighted by the $200 million in fines levied against J.P. Morgan Securities.

Second, high-profile companies...

The new channel opportunity: supporting hybrid work models with 'mobile first' communications

Mobile communications technology has become the centerpiece of new hybrid work models taking hold in businesses around the world.

That's the focus of a new interview with Andrew Bale, our General Manager of Cloud Services, published in today's issue of Comms Business and in a video podcast.

Comms Business Editor Charlotte Hathway discusses with Andrew the new channel opportunity for supporting...

Work-from-anywhere communications: How to avoid missing two-thirds of your business calls

Imagine you run a small shop, say a kitchen goods store. And imagine that you have a healthy volume of customers walking in every day to buy.

But now imagine that for some strange reason, you are unable to speak to two out of every three of these customers. When they inquire about buying your products, these customers must leave messages for you. Then you get back to them some time later, perhaps...

Communication Fragmentation: How Work-from-Anywhere can make communication Bewildering

I was late to the virtual meeting. It's not because I was in another meeting that ran over. I wasn't caught up in another task. I wasn't grabbing a bite to eat.No. I was trying to get one video conferencing app to let go of my laptop camera, so another video conferencing app could take over. 

I finally gave up and turned to the one device I could rely on to get me into the meeting: I dialed in on...

Work-from-Anywhere Communications: How to Maximize Productivity of the Distributed Workforce

There is only one device that works equally well no matter where your employees are working: the mobile phone.

Last year's forced cut-over to Work-from-Home practices and now the emerging hybrid work models saw a rise in the use of various video conferencing and similar apps.

But now many companies are permitting employees to work from any location. Mobile phones are the only devices that can...

Fixed-Mobile Convergence Solution from Tango Networks Wins Visionary Spotlight Award

Tango Networks' Mobile-X service has won a 2021 Visionary Spotlight Award  from ChannelVision magazine for its breakthrough approach to Fixed-Mobile Convergence

ChannelVision announced the Visionary Spotlight Awards to recognize technologies and communications solutions sold through channel partners such as resellers and communications service providers.

Mobile-X was recognized in the Managed...

Mobile Unified Communications: the Distributed Workforce can 'Work-from-Anywhere'

The trend everyone has been talking about for the past year - the transition to work-from-home programs - is now underscored by new evidence.

Indeed.com, a career services website, reports that the number of job listings that mention "remote work," "telecommute" or "working from home" has doubled over the past year and is still going up.

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...


October 11, 2021

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