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As mobility has become a core enterprise enabler, corporate management responsibilities have expanded far beyond inventory and expense management to encompass all aspects of the mobility lifecycle, from carrier contract negotiations to secure device retirement. The increasing complexity of managing mobility is prompting many firms to engage third-party specialists to help manage telecommunications programs and enterprise mobility services.
This report examines the experience of five firms as they navigated the solution selection process for enterprise mobility support, and ultimately selected Wireless Analytics to manage their mobility and telecommunications services.
The average enterprise employee uses three or more devices daily for work activities. With all those mobile devices in play, your company may be a risk of data breaches, lower employee productivity, and higher overage costs.
Download our guide to find out how your organization can address these issues by forming a strong mobile services policy that everyone can follow.
As the capabilities of mobility evolve, performing Wireless Expense Management in-house, or combining the practice with Telecom Expense Management is becoming more difficult than ever.
Download our white paper to find out how your organization can immediately reduce the level of effort for supporting mobility and gain instant access to best-in-class methodologies.
In association with TEMIA (Telecom Expense Management Industry Association), Wireless Analytics presents BYOD: Dos and Don’ts.
Download BYOD: Dos and Don’ts to receive insights into the challenges of BYOD for telecommunications devices and applications with a prescription of dos and don’ts, including recommendations for managing expenses, security, legal matters, privacy, employee productivity and technical issues.
Mobile environments across the globe are changing at a rapid pace. Evolving technology and business requirements are affecting the way enterprises manage their environments, as well as the costs involved.
This white paper from AOTMP and Wireless Analytics highlights the key trends in the mobile management industry while exploring the cost considerations and implications of each trend.
BES 10 and the latest BlackBerry devices present a new learning curve for IT organizations. Enterprises need to act fast to plan migration strategies in light of changes to the BlackBerry platform, or offer compelling reasons to migrate off the platform.
Download 9 Things Enterprise IT Needs to Know about BlackBerry 10 and learn how address the challenges posed by BlackBerry 10.