Organizations are operating in drastically different ways than they did a decade ago. The integration of mobile devices into everyday workflows has impacted everyday business opportunities. As such, employees must be provided with a tool that supports mobile assistance and enablement.
Benchmarking is an extremely helpful process for companies as they prepare for a Telecom Request For Proposal (RFP). However, many organizations don’t take advantage of it?
Recently, there has been a trend of tablet innovation. Tablets of all sizes have been coming to market. Tablets have gone from a 7-inch screen to 84-inch screen. The 84-inch screened tablet is called the Surface Hub or a ginormablet. More and more companies are finding value and increased collaboration...
As technology declines in the amount of changes made for each model, the goal companies should be striving for is to make each device in the hands of employees last longer...
Earlier this month we covered the 54 standard reports pre-built in Clearview. Why do we love reporting so much? Because it’s so important to our clients. Clearivew is the perfect tool for the managers that need their fingers on the pulse of telecom spending. The tool comes standard with reports, and has the capability to create custom reports from any field on a telecom invoice. But we want to introduce you to a brand new report that we’ve received several requests for….the wireless usage report.
This week is all about mobility. Today we’ll be covering cost control and wireless features that can blow your wireless costs through the roof.
Mobile data is such a delicate dance, trying hard to stay within the confines of 3GB or 10 GB per month. And then accidentally downloading that app, or watching a movie preview while not on wi-fi. Agh! We have such powerful tools that fit in the palm of our hand, but the dangers of going over always lurk…using too much data and enjoying the power of internet from anywhere.
This week is all about mobility. Today’s blog is part of a series for managing the security and expenses related to wireless devices. Do you have the tools and knowledge you need to protect your organization from data breaches and out of control wireless costs? Are you actively protecting mobile device security?
Imagine this…a five hour flight from Minneapolis to San Francisco with in-flight wi-fi. What does it mean for your employee? Five hours of Angry Birds and Candy Crush? Hopefully it means five solid hours of productivity. Five hours to answer emails, and accomplish the things you just can’t get done in-between meetings and phone calls.
The use of mobile technology allows employees and customers to be connected to the company from just about anywhere in the world. Mobile devices including smartphones, laptops, and tablets are a vital resource tools for every aspect of business from the c-suite, to sales teams, marketers, and customer service.
We may have mentioned this previously, but it is so important that we need to review on occasion. Let’s talk about your wireless expenses. How much does your company spend each month – do you know? And the trick question here is – are you sure?
Earlier this week we talked about data overages and throttling. Today is all about tracking those variable costs, controlling and optimizing usage. We all know how quickly variable cellular costs can add up. And then it comes as a complete surprise when you get the invoice in the mail.
Do you know how much wireless data you use each month? If you’re like me, it fluctuates frequently and depends largely on my traveling schedule, time in the car, availability of leisure time – and so on. I try to keep it under 3GB – but sometimes by the end of the billing period, that’s totally out the window.
Our mobile devices have all of our personal info, saved passwords, access to our bank accounts, credit cards, personal photos… the list goes on and on. We keep our phones by our sides, protecting them from outside forces – but what about what’s happening on the inside (and in software)? How much control do you actually have?
The process of changing mobile devices, plans, and carriers can be overwhelming. A lot of questions arise when it comes to choosing a new devices. Why? Because you will live with the decision for ~2+ years… unless it takes a trip into a puddle, or you break your screen beyond repair. Anyways, if you upgraded in the last few years, you probably had a choice between a 3G and a 4G device. So which did you choose, and how did it impact you?
There’s no denying it, and frankly there’s no outlook for less complexity anytime soon. The capabilities of our mobile devices changes ten-fold with every new release, new app, new features. We will cover changes in the mobile environment in depth in our upcoming webinar, “TEM Trends for 2015: Opportunities, Tools and Trends“.