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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 MDM
Welcome to #CimplVision. Today's topic: we define what MDM is and describe how everyone can benefit from it. 
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5 Questions IT Managers Need to Ask About Enterprise Mobility

on October 7, 2015 5:45 PM By | Chris Thierry | 0 Comments | Security Mobile Devices IT Assets Tips Best Practices Provider Cloud MDM
The results of the 2015 IDG Enterprise Building the Mobile Enterprise Survey came out not long ago. The topic of this year’s study revolved around the top mobile priorities in business as well as the influence of emerging mobile tech on enterprise. This should come as no surprise: The majority of enterprises polled put mobile and mobile security as their highest priorities and concerns. What else came out of this study?
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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 Wireless Expense Management (WEM)?

Modern Businesses Need Wireless Expense Management (WEM) A very large part of doing business consists of doing a lot of communication. These days, a very large part of that communication takes place on smartphones and other mobile devices. That’s a very major reason for which Wireless Expense Management (WEM) programs have become very important lately.  
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Telecom Terminology: What You Need to Know

on July 9, 2014 8:00 AM By | Henry Cheang | 0 Comments | BYOD Wireless management Resources Acronyms cyod WEM MDM
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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Can Microsoft Make a Difference in the Smartphone Industry?

on February 28, 2014 8:00 AM By | Caroline Le Brun | 1 Comment | Mobile Devices Smartphones MDM
Microsoft bought Nokia for $7.2 billion USD The mobile phone industry never stops evolving. It also never stops bringing new players into the field. In 2010, to compete with its biggest rivals, Apple and Google, Microsoft launched a (then-)new smartphone, the Windows Phone. In September 2013, it went further with its initiative, purchasing Nokia’s mobile phone business for $7.2 billion USD to establish itself as the third alternative in the smartphone industry.
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Real-time Mobile Device Management – The Next Big IT Challenge

on February 18, 2014 8:00 AM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | BYOD Wireless management Mobile Devices MDM
BYOD and telework - Massive opportunities with massive management challenges! Mobility allows a company to stay connected in real-time to the world around it. Communication is constant and multiplatform – hence, mobility often means efficiency. However, the use of mobile technologies requires companies to understand the underlying structure of the platforms. The boom in smartphone and tablet use has therefore increased IT manager responsibilities due to the fact that computer systems are no longer confined to easily-monitored workspaces.
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Managing IT through Each Stage of the Employee Lifecycle

Every employee in the organization is unique in terms of the career path and trajectory they take within the company; but they all pass through a similar process. From hiring, performing, training, retaining, and terminating, technology plays a critical part of the employee’s work life. Companies that have the ability to deploy technology faster show results in increased output in productivity. Understanding how IT interacts with each stage will benefit the employee and can streamline the IT process to provide employees with the technology they need, when they need it. Telecom expense management keeps track of the employee lifecycle.
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