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Modern eSIM technologies unlock new BYOD mobile communications

Posted by Tango Marketing
December 15, 2021

New mobile phone technologies are ushering in a new generation of Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) options for businesses.

In particular, modern phones supporting eSIMs  will enable BYOD to be truly business ready for the first time.

Tango Networks Executive Vice President Andrew Bale recently talked to Comms Business magazine, a leading technology channel publication in the UK, about eSIM as a...

The 'Post-Desk-Phone' Era: work-from-anywhere models put mobile phones in the spotlight

Posted by Tango Marketing
December 2, 2021

We’re in the post-desk-phone era.

That’s the message Tango Networks Executive Vice President Andrew Bale imparted recently to Comms Business magazine, a leading publication for the UK’s ICT Channel. A clip of his interview with editor Charlotte Hathway can be viewed at https://youtu.be/OvgvphHHfgo.

Even companies that are spurring people to come back to brick-and-mortar workplaces recognize...

Make Money with Mobile: Join us in Vegas to see the turnkey mobile service driving new channel revenue

Posted by Sherry Clay, Channel Account Manager
October 6, 2021

The world of Work-from-Anywhere has arrived.

Last week, PwC announced that it will permit nearly 40,000 of its United States-based employees to work from anywhere in the continental US.

If you are a reseller of communications products and services, how are you taking advantage of the surge in demand for remote business communications solutions?

Meet up with us at the Channel Partners...

Fixed-Mobile Convergence paves the way toward the micro-services future and the ‘Market of One’

Mobile communications services and the mobile phone are now the pervasive, dominant communications tools for consumers and business users alike.

And innovations such as Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) and Private LTE in combination with the new generation of Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) promise to create even more compelling use cases for mobile communications.

What will that future look like?

What happened 75 years ago this week that we all now take for granted?

Posted by Philip Hesketh, Head of Channels EMEA
June 18, 2021

On 17 June 1946, a driver in St. Louis pulled out a handset from under his car’s dashboard, placed a phone call and made history. It was the first mobile telephone call, placed on a system inaugurated by Southwestern Bell, one of AT&T’s local operating companies.

The service was only available in major cities and highway corridors and was aimed at the business user, including utility companies...

Work-from-Anywhere Communications: Who’s Ready for the Hybrid Workstyle?

For some companies, it was a revelation about a new way to work. For others, it was validation of a growing trend. 

The sudden cutover to “Work-From-Home” for many employees last year caused a broad rethink about where and when work can take place.

And now that businesses are opening back up, the hybrid workstyle, with part of the time in the office and part of the time at home or elsewhere,...

Fixed-Mobile Convergence evolves to become the centerpiece of business communications

The promise of Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) was realized only partially at best in the last generation of mobile technologies. But now the new generation of FMC based on native mobile services is radically transforming how business users communicate and even where and how work is conducted.

To explore how this communications revolution came about, it’s helpful to look at the roots of mobile...

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 ...

Say hello to hybrid: how mobile communications enable our new workstyles

Posted by Philip Hesketh, Head of Channels EMEA
March 12, 2021

Hybrid work models are here to stay.

You don’t need to  study workplace trends to see  one lasting aftermath of the pandemic is that employers will likely permit employees to adopt ”hybrid” work - performing their jobs part of the time from home and part from an office or other location.

In a report published today by the Demos Group - The Nowhere Office, Julia Hobsbawn says:  

There will no...


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