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What's MDM? (VIDEO)

on December 2, 2015 4:30 PM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | Mobile Devices #CimplVision Acronyms Mobile Device Management (MDM)
Welcome to #CimplVision. Today's topic: we define what MDM is and describe how everyone can benefit from it. 
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What Is the Definition of the Telecom Acronym PRI? (VIDEO)

on November 17, 2015 5:00 PM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | #CimplVision Acronyms Business Growth
Welcome to #CimplVision. Can you tell what common telecommunications acronyms stand for? Today, you'll learn what a PRI is!
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12 Telecom Acronyms You Need to Know

on November 10, 2015 4:00 PM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | #CimplVision Acronyms
Welcome to #CimplVision. Today's topic: we give the definition of MACD, an important acronym for telecom expense management.
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3 Big Questions About IT & Telecom Management

Lately, we’ve been asked a lot of questions about IT asset management, IT service management, and telecom expense management. These questions are coming from many people in many fields. We’re always glad to explain the nuts and bolts about these three disciplines, but it just might be more helpful to put the answers in one place.
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12 Telecom Acronyms You Need to Know

Companies worldwide are adopting more technology than ever. However, new trends often mean new acronyms, and those give everyone a hard time after a while, especially if you’re new to managing them all! Are you a little confused about the terms TEM, BYOD, MDM, or ITAM? We feel for you; it can get a little complex. That’s why we put together a list of some of the most common telecommunications acronyms so that you can get help clarifying their meaning in one single place. Make sure you bookmark this blog!
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What Is ITIL And How Can It Help You Work Smarter?

What is ITIL? According to Axelos, ITIL is an acronym for “Information Technology Infrastructure Library”. It is a series of process books that outline the best practices for managing your IT services. ITIL was developed by the British government in the 1980s and was revised during the early 2000s developing into the series of volumes that it is today. ITIL has been implemented by various users from around the globe that number in the thousands. It is the most widely accepted IT best practices approach and is used by many major organizations. Some of these organizations include Microsoft, HP, Fujitsu, IBM and NASA, and there are many more. One of the added benefits of having such a widely-adopted program is that an entire industry can develop a common vocabulary and facilitate the overall communication among IT professionals.
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Telecom Terminology: What You Need to Know

Important Telecom Terms Last week, I talked about the security issues and hidden costs of the Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) model (where employees literally bring their personally-owned devices into the workplace for work purposes). Today, I’ll be covering a few alternatives to BYOD. I’m also going to take this opportunity to post another installment in a series of features that long-time readers of this blog will like: One more guide to telecom acronyms and terms!
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What is Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS)?

on June 25, 2014 8:00 AM By | Henry Cheang | 0 Comments | Acronyms
The march of progress continues… As you may recall, I recently wrote about the advantages of software-as-a-service (SaaS). Today, I expand on what SaaS is escalating into – Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS), which is also known as Anything-as-a-Service.
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BYOA: The New Trend In The Workforce Mobility

BYOA: 1 Acronym, 2 Definitions, 1 Reality The BYOD model (Bring your own device) was just the first born of a larger movement in the IT consumerization of the workplace where employees take back control of their own productivity.  The new comer in this family is the BYOA trend but unlike its siblings, this program has two meanings that are both related to the use of applications:
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5 Trending Telecom Acronyms Defined

on September 5, 2013 9:30 AM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Acronyms Information Technology (IT)
Or How to Be In When Speaking IT  These days with the electronic speed of business, data, and information coupled with the explosion of Social media and short messaging, we find ourselves living in a world of redefined language and spelling standards.
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Always try to be DRY and SOLID (Part 3)

on December 12, 2012 9:30 AM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | Acronyms
In the second part of this post I started talking about being SOLID so if you didn’t see it, I recommend that you take a few minutes and read it.
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Always try to be dry and solid- Object-Oriented [OO] Programming Principles (Part 2)

on November 15, 2012 9:28 AM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | Acronyms
*Please note that Etelesolv changed its company name to Cimpl in 2016. In the first part of this post we talked about being DRY so if you didn’t see it, I recommend that you take a few minutes and read it. SOLID is an acronym of acronyms. It's better to show than trying to explain; take a look at the table below:                         S - SRP - Single Responsibility Principle O - OCP - Open/Close Principle L - LSP - Liskov Substitution Principle I - ISP - Interface Segregation Principle      D - DIP - Dependency Inversion Principle                            Those principles are themes that fill many books on coding. They represent studies of programing’s best practices on the OO (object oriented) world. I will try to be as brief and simple as possible, but I recommend that if you want to go deeper on the matter, it will give you an excellent framework to improve your coding.
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