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  • Making the Move to Mobility – Everything You Need to Know!

    Cory Patrick Shehan
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    Businesses from around the world are taking advantage of (or at least looking at) the value that mobility brings to their organizations. Many businesses now offer employees the flexibility to work from home or on the road. Others have geographically distributed locations or are seeking to add mobile applications like Skype, Teams, Slack, and others to increase team collaboration. And with the technological advances over the years, it’s becoming even easier for businesses to leverage mobility to enable their workforce to work more effectively, productively and more.

  • Sometimes playing it safe is the biggest risk of all

    Kristen Baker
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    There’s no constant like change—especially where technology is concerned—and the OS LTE migration proves it. So, it’s time for your customers to loosen their firm grasp on their legacy devices, because holding onto these products can hold them back. But, the good news is change doesn’t have to disrupt business.

  • The future is N.O.W. and it’s spelled R.F.I.D.

    Kristen Baker
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    Increasingly, we live in an on-demand environment, as more and more of what we need—or, at least, want—can be purchased and delivered so quickly. To be successful, our work lives are no different. When we need something, we need it NOW.

  • Service End of Life Isn’t the End of the World…

    Megan DeMoise
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    As the internet and mobile computing become more and more powerful, businesses are looking for ways to become more and more efficient. With faster LTE now more ubiquitous and 5G service on the horizon, it’s becoming too expensive for carriers to continue supporting 2G and 3G networks. For that reason, Verizon will stop service for products on those networks when its service ends December 31, 2019, and devices using 2G and 3G will stop working wirelessly on that date. That means as your customers begin 2020, they need to have a plan already in place to deal with this change—to avoid disruption of their service and their business.

  • How to Decide Which Products and Services Make Sense for Your Business

    Jennifer Clark
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    You’ve probably been there before: meeting with a customer who mentions a new technology or product and you’re not familiar with it. Or they want to know when XYZ will be available to them. Only you’ve never heard of it or haven’t yet had a chance to dive deep into the specs and training on said-product.