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19
Nov

Principles of an Innovative Enterprise Mobility Strategy

Mobility is currently in huge demand at the enterprise level, and there’s no sign that that’s going to slow down any time soon. With smartphones, tablets, and laptops already dominating the workplace, enterprise mobility strategies are needed to meet constantly-growing demands. Many companies are adopting remote workers at an impressive rate, and businesses are thoroughly …

23
Oct

Cyber Threats: Business Still Has Biggest Risk

The United States government is in the news for the third time in two weeks regarding their cybersecurity. Not only did the government fail when the weapons program was tested, but now there have been two confirmed data breaches in two weeks. Of course, when the government suffers from cyber threats, it is well published …

9
Oct

Mobility Programs: How to Deal with Traps

The world is moving towards mobility with increasing speed. Ten years ago Apple introduced the first smartphone. Hard to believe, we know. A short decade later, most individuals check their phones no less than 80 times a day. So, of course, businesses are looking to capitalize by implementing mobility programs. Despite the quick ascent, or …

18
Sep

5G Mobile Technology: Do You Want It? Yes!

As with any technological development, mobile technology has gone through generations of upgrades. In the case of cell phones, carriers often refer to each generation in simple terms such as 3G, 4G, or 4GLTE. Each generation signifies development in capabilities beyond the previous technology. But really, what does any of that mean? Are there significant …

11
Sep

Samsung’s Bid for Number One: Mid-Range and Foldable Phones

This time of year we receive a flurry of leaks regarding the next year’s worth of smartphone developments. While Apple has been in the news with their most recent developments, Samsung has headlined more than once with their new offerings. Samsung has either accepted or not denied previous leaks regarding products. However, Samsung has hit …

15
Aug

BYOD Policies: More Issues than a Company Picnic

As companies move towards mobility efficiency, certain strategic questions must be answered. One of the first questions to consider is whether an enterprise will allow employees to use personal smart devices for company business. Otherwise known as Bring-Your-Own-Device, BYOD policies and strategies can benefit a company but have many pitfalls to consider. While most executives …

7
Aug

Real Time Analytics: They Are a Big Deal

For most finance departments, a mobility invoice can be as large and complicated as a foreign novel. Pages upon pages of charges, data usage, line information, and departments can overwhelm AP, causing the invoices to be paid with little review from IT. This is just an acceptable fact of mobility, right? Wrong. With software platforms …

31
Jul

Apple Leaks: What’s In Store for the iPhone

Last week we discussed leaks regarding Samsung’s new line, information due to be released early 2019. However, we are nearing to September, which is the projected drop date for Apple’s newest product lines including the iPhone. Since Apple plays their hands close, information can be hard to come by until phones are released. However, there …

25
Jul

Mobile Leaks Have It: Samsung’s Newest Unveilings

Mobility is an ever-changing landscape as companies constantly attempt to outdo their competition. Samsung, to differentiate from Apple and other Android manufacturers, tends to release their products on a slightly different time table. That means we are already seeing leaks regarding the newest Samsung has to offer. So, what is Samsung planning on offering beyond …

17
Jul

Enterprise Mobility: Are You Ready to Be Mobile-First?

As technology moves steadily into the era of mobility and IoT, businesses wonder when they should move towards a mobile-first mindset. In fact, 42% of businesses already consider themselves mobile-first. However, a business that moves forward into mobility without understanding their needs and business environment will incur unnecessary costs and potentially put their enterprise at …