Tag Archives: mobile workforce

BYOD And Mobile Device Management

BYOD And Mobile Device Management As businesses grow so too does the need for constant connection to the technology that will make your business a success. Ever since smartphones, tablets, and laptops have become the business norm in our world, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has been implemented into business, as many companies do not feel

The Mobile Movement – Collaboration Without Compromise

The Mobile Movement – Collaboration Without Compromise

The Mobile Movement – Collaboration Without Compromise Fueled by the combination of a new breed of mobile productivity apps, cloud services, and more traditional enterprise apps and infrastructure, today’s mobile workers can now communicate and collaborate over smartphones and tablets in ways that simply weren’t possible even a few years ago. There are now hundreds

The Adobe Creative Cloud: Designing In The Cloud

The Adobe Creative Cloud: Designing In The Cloud Adobe is a brand name on the internet. We pretty much all use it. Trusted the world over for it’s design and publishing tools. What is less known is Adobe’s digital hub: Adobe Creative Cloud. Adobe Creative Cloud allows connectivity with Adobe Touch Apps. Creative Cloud enables

Premise To Cloud: Unified Communications – Converge, Collaborate, Compete

Premise to Cloud: Adopting Hosted Unified Communications to Converge, Collaborate, and Compete Collaboration is the linchpin to being competitively relevant. And being relevant is not solely defined by the products or services that an enterprise now offers. Relevancy is defined by how quickly and effectively an enterprise responds to market needs, incubates new ideas, and

2012 Will Be All About the Data, and How We Manage It: Creating Trusted Data Networks Part 2

2012 Will Be All About the Data, and How We Manage It … Just as Julie Andrews taught us in Sound of Music (yes geeks can still like musicals), let’s start at the very beginning, which in this case is the data. We have all seen the stats about the astronomical data growth. IDC says we