A recent survey of CIO’s provided some interesting information on corporate mobility procurement, management and cost control practices, including the differences between organizations that have adopted a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategy and those who have corporate-liable mobility programs, meaning they provide mobile devices to their workforce.
Our CTO Richard Siebels shared his thoughts with ATOMP Research’s Industry Analyst Andrew Hartwyk on the use of new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Robotic Process Automation & Machine Learning in today's Telecom and Wireless Expense Management solutions.
The results of our initial Net Promoter Score (NPS®) customer survey are in! vMOX received an impressive overall score of 93, indicating that 93% of our clients would recommend vMOX to a friend or a colleague. This score is well above the average benchmark NPS scores for providers in the Wireless, Internet and Utilities industry categories, among others.
It’s not uncommon to hear folks use the terms “cost optimization” and “cost cutting” interchangeably. Some also interpret “cost optimization” as a fancy way of saying “cost elimination” or “cost cutting.” That is not only incorrect, it’s very misleading. So what exactly is the difference, and which can help you when your boss slashes your corporate mobility budget?
vMOX was recognized in the month's ChannelVision magazine as a Visionary Spotlight Award winner in the category of Enterprise Mobility Solutions. The annual Visionary Spotlight Awards competition was created to highlight channel and service provider innovation in communications. The awards honor outstanding products, services, and deployments across numerous technology categories.
This isn't the first time these companies have tried to come together, and with numerous regulatory hurdles to clear, it's still uncertain if the they will eventually become one. Here are five things to consider about this potential deal, what the convergence of two distinct wireless network would look like, and how losing one wireless player could impact the market:
According to a recent report, 5G connections in the US will reach 100 million by 2023 and 190 million by 2025. Mobile broadband and the Internet-of-Things are identified as the major use cases, and applications such as video streaming, virtual reality and smart cities all deriving huge benefits from 5G.
We know that mobility is growing, but by how much? According to research and a forecast prepared by mobile advertising firm Zenith Media, mobile devices (i.e. smartphones, tablets, air cards, etc.) will account for almost 80 percent of global internet usage in the next year.
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