Before the proliferation of both BYOD and corporate-owned mobile devices at work, organizations only really needed a well-performing telecom expense management (TEM) program to keep a handle on their telecom assets. However, with 91% of organizations now planning to have a mobile work style strategy, managed mobility services (MMS), have become an essential addition.
SD-WAN has quickly risen to become one of the most disruptive technologies within the networking marketplace. As a simplified, flexible, and reliable alternative to traditional WAN solutions, the technology has garnered unparalleled attention and buzz. But, while SD-WAN is a major point of interest for forward-thinking enterprises, the question on many stakeholders' lips remains: is it worth it?
'Digital transformation' is the buzz phrase of the moment. An umbrella term to describe the change a company must undergo to embed digital technology, it can refer to any alteration in the foundational components of a business – be that infrastructure, operational systems, or network.
Manufacturing is an exciting and rewarding industry – employees work with cutting edge-technologies to create tangible products that boost economies by directly generating wealth. The manufacturing sector has a proud history, but it's always been innovative and is now embracing a new kid on the block: BYOD.
Mobility is central to organizations everywhere. Mobile workers form a large proportion of the workforce: from employees who travel between offices, work on the move, or frequently make business trips, to field-based employees, such as technicians and sales representatives. With the influx of recent trends, such as bring your own device (BYOD) and remote working, intensifying employee appetites for new devices and flexible working practices. Every business now requires a managed mobility strategy.
We are delighted to have been named as one of the Most Promising BYOD Solution Providers of 2017 by CIOReview.
As noted in the Gartner 2017 TEM Market Guide, TEM vendor selection is becoming more formalized, with