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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...

Mobile Unified Communications In the News: Tango Networks cited for business mobile innovation

Posted by Tango Marketing
May 3, 2021

Mobile Unified Communications is becoming the lynchpin of business communications. In fact, it's not a stretch to say that Unified Communications is first and foremost mobile now and into the future.

Several recent articles in industry publications are highlighting key aspects of the evolution in business mobile services, describing Tango Networks as one of the companies driving these...

Meet the team: New channel executives rolling out mobile unified communications for business users

Posted by Tango Marketing
April 19, 2021

The business mobile communications opportunity is being highlighted across the industry.

That’s why we are excited to announce that two new team members have joined us to work with our channel partners to roll out new mobile unified communications services with our award-winning Mobile-X offering.

The ‘Disappearing Message’ Conundrum: Challenges to Compliant Mobile Communications

Posted by Philip Hesketh, Head of Channels EMEA
March 31, 2021

Mobile workers using simple self-destructing messaging functions in popular apps could ignite major legal repercussions for businesses with required regulatory recording and archiving. 

But as the remote working trend continues to rise – as well as now universal use of mobile phones for business communications  – smart companies are enforcing compliance policies by ensuring communications on...

Case Study: Food Manufacturer Goes 'Mobile First' Yielding Massive Productivity Boost

Mobile Devices may be the most important tool a company has to create seamless distributed workforce communications that can not only cut communications costs but also dramatically boost productivity.

Consider the example of a leading U.S. food manufacturer. This company, with three rapidly growing main locations, is the subject of a new case study about the power of going “Mobile First” with ...

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...

The Power of Native Mobile Communications: when Talking on the Phone is a Killer App

Posted by Philip Hesketh, Head of Channels EMEA
August 14, 2020

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...

New research: Why 94% of users Ignore Mobile UC Apps for calling

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.

Nemertes Research: Achieving Mobile UC Success

Despite the widespread adoption of mobile unified communications applications over the last several years, the true promise of using UC on mobile devices to generate gains in productivity, revenue, and to achieve cost savings often remains unfulfilled.

Nemertes Research’s 2020 global study of more than 525 organizations found that nearly 24.4% of participants had deployed mobile UC...


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