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8 Things You Need to Know About Mobile Usage Trends

Ericsson released its mobility report for 2015 not long ago, and the report is just filled with important facts and projections on how people will use mobile devices in the near future. We’re going to highlight some of the bigger points from the report and explain how they can impact you and your organization in the coming years.
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Prepare Yourself: 10-Fold Growth In Mobile Data Traffic By 2019

on May 27, 2015 7:00 AM By | Henry Cheang | 0 Comments | Wireless management Mobile Devices Data Usage
Cisco regularly projects the growth of global mobile data traffic. In the last two years, the company released two sets of forecasts that tried to predict the impact of visual networking applications, apps that merge social networking with video or other visual elements.
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4 Benefits of the Employee Digital Trail

What is the Employee Digital Trail? On Wednesday, we highlighted both the importance and tenets of IT asset cost transparency. We also noted that asset cost transparency is only the very first part of a broader vision of the business technology future that’s arriving in the near future. Today, we focus on the second part of this grand vision: The rise of the Employee Digital Trail, and the need and benefits of tracking it.
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Game Night Just got a Little More Interesting!

on October 11, 2014 11:08 AM By | Henry Cheang | 0 Comments | Company Culture Enterprise Asset Management 2.0 Work Smarter Tips Data News Usage
*Please note that Etelesolv changed its company name to Cimpl in 2016. Technology is constantly evolving and the level of connectivity enabled by mobile applications is becoming more all-permeating each and every day. The ability to bring individuals to places they’ve never been or show them sights they’ve never imagined seeing is one such technological capacity whose increasing reach continues to impress. A powerful example would be how technology has changed the way we watch hockey.   On the hockey season’s opening night last week, 55,000 hockey fans tuned in via livestream (via one single platform); a cumulative total of 1.9 million minutes of hockey gameplay was watched this way. Three quarters of the viewers watched this stream in more traditional format – from their homes. Meanwhile, the remaining quarter streamed the game using their tablets and mobile phones. The average amount of time that was viewed per fan totaled 51 minutes. That’s a huge block of time given how quickly people tune out of other programming.
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Track These Top 5 Items to Control Your Monthly Telecom Expenses

With all of the recent web-chatter on devices, security, and BYOD, it seems that attention has been diverted from one of the most important and fundamental items: Monthly billing. Sure, there’s great value in discussing how employees bring their own devices into the workplace, the way IT arranges security compliance, or the generosity of companies footing the bill for fancy new devices. But you still have to ask yourself this: How much does it all cost and each month? How can you manage it all? Here are the top 5 items to validate every month:
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8 tips to reduce data consumption

on July 23, 2014 8:00 AM By | Henry Cheang | 0 Comments | BYOD Tips Data Usage Consumption
Insidiously high data usage rates And we’re back to Bring-Your-Own-Device(-BYOD)-related topics this week! Today I’ll be talking about how to avoid going past allotted data limits phone plans and reduce data consumption overall. If you are reimbursing your employees for their BYOD data/voice usage, then the following tips are very pertinent!
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How To Protect Your Data In A Mobile Environment

And how to master compliance Mobile technologies are challenging data security for the Chief Information Officers (CIOs). Compliance is more difficult to implement in an environment where many threats emerge from several fronts.
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A Corporate Policy for Wireless Usage?!

on January 6, 2012 10:00 AM By | Patricia Turchyn | 0 Comments | Wireless management Usage
Is using your Company Phone for Personal Use Ok? In this day and age of mobility, most people take for granted that a cell phone or PDA of some type will be included when they accept a job. Some companies use this as leverage, as a “bonus” of sorts for their employees. Some employees don’t care about usage because “It’s ok, the company pays, and no one really sees the charges anyhow”. We all do it – all the way up the ranks, right to the top – but let’s face it, is it really “OK”?
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5 Ways to Reduce Mobile Phone Expenses With Telecom Best Practices

on December 14, 2011 11:00 AM By | Caroline Le Brun | 1 Comment | Telecom Expense Management Mobile Devices Best Practices Usage
The recent recession has forced many companies to reexamine their cost structures. Often, one of the most poorly managed expense items in companies is employee mobile phone usage. The mobile phone is becoming the primary way to communicate. Overlooking cellular phone habits could cost your company big bucks. There are a few simple and effective telecom management practices that can be easily implemented to minimize mobile-phone related expenses. Discover those telecom best practices now!
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What Does the CRTC Decision Mean to Telecom Enterprise Clients?

on November 16, 2011 2:00 PM By | Chris Thierry | 0 Comments | Telecom Expense Management Audit Usage CRTC
Flat Rates vs Usage Based Billing After a roller coaster ride from internet re-sellers and consumers regarding a Carrier's ability to charge usage, commonly known as usage based billing (UBB), the CRTC have now taken the side of the consumer, or at least for now. They have decided that flat rates will remain in place but will start allowing UBB billing models to exist. The full rulling is now available directly on the CRTC website.
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