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  • Employees not using phones for business? In the present day, that’s unbelievable. The question of now is: what mobility program should my company use? Of the options available, two stand out. In this post we’ll be talking about the bring your own device (BYOD) option and guidelines a company should follow when implementing a BYOD program.  Why BYOD?  Companies…

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  • Your company’s mobility program isn’t going away anytime soon. Phones are an essential tool for internal communication and the selling process. But many companies may find their telecom expense line growing unwieldly. What can your company do? Here are a number of cost cutting ideas in telecom, beginning with the top expenses.  1). In-House Program  When you run an in-house…

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  • Your company is done managing its own mobility program in house. The expense and administrative burden have had a serious impact on this decision. Whatever influenced the decision, your company is ready to implement enterprise mobility. But committing to a large-scale change such as this has its own obstacles. Here we outline a few challenges…

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  • Business cell phone plans are a commitment. One that you have to be really fed up with before jumping from. Whether you’ve found better elsewhere or you’re just ready to cut the cord with your current carrier, here are some considerations think through before committing to a new one. Every offering is different, so make…

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  • How should businesses handle and manage mobile devices? All mid-market to enterprise size organizations should be asking themselves this question. And the answer begins with choosing mobile policy options. BYOD, CYOD and COPE are acronyms well known in the mobility industry. They stand for Bring Your Own Device, Choose Your Own Device, and Corporate-Liable/Corporate-Owned, Personally…

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  • How often should you be upgrading your company’s mobile devices? Apple releases a new iPhone every year. Should your company join the consumer bandwagon, buying new smartphones for its employees once a new mobile phone is available? Probably not. New does not necessarily mean better. While software may be another story, hardware differences between models…

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  • Will a bring your own device program work with your company? BYOD. It’s been said so often, it’s practically a buzzword. A lot has changed since the days of desk phones and, well, typewriters. And, while cell phones aren’t exactly new, the way companies approach them is developing in interesting ways. One influencer affecting the…

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  • Is a Company Provided Device program best for your business? Phones are doing a lot of work now a days. From keeping people aware of the world outside to connecting them with their loved ones, from holding company communications together to continued outreach efforts, we’d be in a sorry spot without phones. Employees need to…

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  • IoT in Education, Protecting Youth and Increasing Security The Internet of Things is leaving a footprint on every industry. Now you can even find IoT in education. The earliest IoT adoption within the educational system most people know of is the smartboard. A smartboard is a large, touch-sensitive board connected to a computer and digital…

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  • Precision Farming Facts, Statistics and Use Cases What is Precision Farming? Precision Farming, also known as Precision agriculture or smart farming uses advanced technology, specifically the Internet of Things (IoT), to track, monitor, automate and analyze data for operations. But let’s start with a quick farming quiz. Q: What was the largest crop produced in…

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