As pandemic response measures continue in countries around the world, one thing has become increasingly clear to business leaders: remote work or working from home is here to stay – and mobile communications is the key to making it easy.
If you are in sales or business development like me, then working from home is really nothing new. I've been doing it for most of my career.
I recently joined Tango Networks, and instead of what I have always had, a desk phone and mobile with two separate numbers, they simply provided me with a SIM card to slot into my mobile phone.
New opportunity for UC Resellers: Pragma launches UK mobile service in partnership with Tango Networks
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
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...
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...
We can all be fast-fingered with messages using applications on social channels, but at some point, we do need to speak to someone.Consider the ways that we communicate in sales.
If you are in the business of selling communications services to business customers, you know that a voice call is still often the "killer app" for our communications platforms. Nothing can close a deal more...
The new generation of business mobile communications was the focus of our recent webinar with Comms Business Magazine.
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.
Just how much do business users hate the experience of common Mobile UC apps?
So much that only 5.7% of business users will make voice calls using the apps authorized by their IT departments, according to research just released by Nemertes.
Why is usage so low? Because the native mobile experience is strongly preferred, the research found.
How channel partners can deliver such a native mobile...
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