It’s a frustration we’ve all experienced. A computer, phone or tablet starts getting slow. Sometimes it happens way too soon. Other times we’re trying to hold onto ancient tech because we don’t want to spend money on new stuff. In any case, there are always things we can do before we commit to purchasing hardware. These five tips can help you address performance issues without spending a penny on equipment.
Unemployment is pretty low right now. While it impacts industries differently, there’s no question that tech talent is in high demand and low supply. It’s a veritable dog fight out there right now, and if you want to get top talent instead of settling for leftovers, you need a better game plan. These five ideas will help you reimagine recruitment and find different ways to convince great technologists that they should be working with you.
According to a recent Gartner survey, the average reduction of total cost of ownership (TCO) is 13 percent when deploying telecom expense management (TEM). Of the respondents, 40 percent reported a TCO reduction of 10 to 20 percent. 36 percent of the enterprises reported a reduction of 10 percent or less.
Most enterprises would agree that the benefits of TEM are very evident. Some of these advantages include improved business process outcomes, extended scale and geo scope, and better visibility. However, TEM is not without its disadvantages, which include hidden costs and the extra time needed for implementation. In general, customers choose TEM providers based on scalability, TCO reduction, and expected performance. Unfortunately, the disadvantages of TEM cause TCO reduction to be lower than it otherwise would be.
Based on the Gartner report, here is some information about how enterprise TEM challenges drive customer acquisition.
Huawei is a big name in the headlines right now. The Chinese tech company seems to be in hot water over a number of allegations. Whatever the future holds, it’s clear that their international deals are going to suffer for at least a while. Since you’re going to continue to hear about Huawei for some time, maybe it’s worth a little investigation. What exactly went wrong for Huawei, and what can you learn from it?
Organizations worldwide have begun trending toward the management of their enterprise Information Technology (IT) spending with an eye on implementing cost optimization ideas as an ongoing process. Research shows this practice gives organizations more control over their IT spending, generating more accountability and realizing long-term cost savings that still allow organizations to work toward innovation investments.
Big data is no longer the future of all business. It’s the present. There’s a good chance that your business already utilizes expense tracking and reporting. That’s important. Without a sharp watch on the exact flow of money into and out of your coffers, you can easily fall behind intense competition.
As big data grows more sophisticated, simply playing ball is no longer enough. You need to make full use of your expense tracking and really optimize cash flow. These five tips can help your company do that at every level.
IT is the lifeblood of modern businesses, but it sure gets expensive. Those expenses come in a number of shapes and sizes, and many of them can sneak up on business owners and operators. One cost that often leads to wide eyes and sore pocketbooks is the raw expense of running cables. The technology doesn’t work without them, but no one enjoys paying for them. These five tips can help you get these costs under control and free up some of your budget.
The makeup and mission of a typical IT staff in 2030 will look dramatically different than it does in 2019. IT will have to be more agile and team-oriented than ever before. That’s in order to address the heightened demand for quick responses and creative solutions to business challenges.
Rather than a task-oriented environment in which IT professionals receive assignments and then complete them, they will work in teams to anticipate and address business challenges with elegant IT solutions. Those IT professionals who excel in a team environment will find greater success than those who prefer to work individually.
Redundant lines, carrier overcharges and a myriad of other issues crop up in the course of managing a company's telecom costs. It's one area where there's always money that can be saved if you have the time and manpower to track it down. Many companies don't. Here are a few big-ticket items to keep an eye on if you want to save money, and it won't take you months to realize savings.
With the increasing digitalization of the business world, IT has become an ingrained aspect of every business strategy. As such, it should come as no surprise that the demand for top tech talent is at an all-time high, forcing employers to become more creative and determined in not just recruiting new IT talent, but in also developing and retaining new and existing IT talent. The following is a look at a few key strategies companies can employ to improve their own recruitment and retention numbers:
In the past few years, many major companies like eBay and Yahoo have been in the news for information security breaches. Now that cyber criminals are becoming increasingly proficient at lauching cyber attacks, it is essential that you start prioritizing SOC 2 Type I and SOCI II certifications. Here is some information about why you need a SOC 2 Type I & II certified vendor.
Verified Market Research has recently published a new report named “Telecom Expense Management Market Size and Forecast to 2025". This report intends to study the developments of the Telecom Expense Management Market in, including its development status, applicant profiles and future trends, along with focus on the top Key players in the market. To understand all of it, this well-researched report will reveal the market situation in general for you, along with the future forecast of the market.
The internet is a global network that provides communication and information options for users. It is made up of interconnected networks that share a set of standard protocols.
Telecommunication (telecom) involves the exchange of information, such as voice, video and data, using electronic devices. It's a wide term that encompasses many technologies like wireless and wired phones, fiber optics, radio, TV, the internet and other means of transmitted communication.
Software-defined storage (SDS) has been adopted into the infrastructure of today's data centers because it delivers fast, flexible storage while reducing costs. To do so, SDS leverages out-of-the-box hardware and provides optimized storage management.
According to International Data Corporation, the SDS market will grow at a compound rate of 13.5 percent annually through 2021. It's a boon to companies stuck with increasingly complex data storage and management needs, especially with expanding regulatory compliance expected to continue in the coming year.
If your company isn't tracking all mobile devices, you may be overcharged by your providers. When employees leave, devices should be accounted for and the lines and devices reassigned or canceled. That way, you don't get charged for services you aren't using. Unfortunately, it doesn't take long for these bills to get out of hand. Luckily, there's a category of software that can help your IT staff manage the process easily.
So, what’s the difference between mobile expense management (MEM) and mobile device management (MDM)?