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The latest news and technology solutions to improve your company’s mobility infrastructure. From articles on mobility planning, initial set-up and expansion, to the newest technological advancements and business strategies, including BYOD, and more. We’ll keep you Connected with our Mobile Technology News.


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The Office you Love—Now on an iPad

iPad Integration comes to Office 365

by Brian Hanson | 04.17.14

Office 365 for iPad has some great new features I wanted to share, that will be rolling out later this year.

Apple® iPad integration comes with most of the existing Office 365 plan options. So, if someone already has an existing Office 365 subscription, this will be updated for free. Another reason to love Office 365!! And there are many more…

Tags:MicrosoftMobilityOffice 365

Get Started on Your BYOD Strategy with the Right Partner

PC Connection Can See You All the Way Through

by Rich Faille | 04.16.14

If you’re on the path to implementing a BYOD strategy, you need to be aware of how it’s going to change your environment. The impact on your organization can vary from very minor changes to your IT environment all the way to strategic changes, which could require core infrastructure upgrades. In addition, the complexity of BYOD strategies can run the gamut from minor changes and a straightforward implementation in smaller organizations that just need basic user access, to the highest levels of security—for example, in government agencies. Determining and understanding the impacts of a BYOD strategy on your infrastructure can be complex, and that’s where forming the right partnership with an experienced IT provider comes in. Read on for more information about the value of working with a partner to put your BYOD policies in place.

Tags:AssessmentBYODMobile Device ManagementMobilityStrategy

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Security: The Biggest BYOD Challenge

You Can Keep Your Data Safe and Your Employees Happy

by Rich Faille | 04.11.14

Obviously, security is a very big concern for organizations as they begin to implement a bring your own device (BYOD) strategy. Many IT managers fear a loss of company or client data, unauthorized access to the network, and malware infections. They may also lack the resources needed to properly address these security concerns. We’re here to share some tips and strategies to ensure your data remains secure as you implement a BYOD policy.

Tags:BYODMobilitySecurity

Develop the Right BYOD Strategy for Your Organization

This Trend Isn’t Going Anywhere

by Rich Faille | 04.09.14
Today, many organizations have embraced the bring your own device (BYOD) trend and are already seeing a significant increase in end-user productivity. It’s becoming clear that BYOD is not a short-term movement; it is here to stay. The time to implement a BYOD policy is now.

Tags:BYODMobility

IP Phone System - Cisco Business Edition 6000

Is Your Out-Dated Phone System Holding You Back?

Why IP Systems Are Now Easier to Use than Ever

by Shannon Champion | 03.31.14

Isn’t it crazy to think that over 70% of midsize companies are still using outdated phone systems because they think IP-based systems are beyond their budget and IT skill level?

As we all know… with IP telephony the handset is no longer a digital device hanging off a copper loop from a PBX. Instead, the handset lives on the network as another computer device. And the overall goal is to no longer strictly on the telephony (or voice) portion of daily communications. Rather, it is on an affordable communications solution that integrates multiple UC applications on a single platform, including voice, mobility, messaging, conferencing, presence, and contact center capabilities that extends to all devices a person may use, enabling mobility.  The question becomes, “Can I get end-to-end collaboration capabilities, ready-to-run virtualization, an open and interoperable architecture, in a solution that is affordable, secure, and easy-to manage?” Read on for the answer.  


Tags:CiscoUnified Computing

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