Well FINALLY, you asked for it, you got it: Pooled data plans!
Be careful what you ask for!
Recently, I met with one of our customers and he mentioned how great he thought the new unlimited plans from Verizon were better than the old because they upped the minimum number of users on the plans from 5 to 10 (this is for his personal plans, but the same idea, I am certain will apply to business plans as well).
Lately we seem to have been inundated with incompetent, error-prone and rude service providers. So many organizations these (more…)
Some days we really fail to understand the carriers.
Upgrade fees from Sprint have been at $36 while AT&T has just raised its fee from a recently implemented $18, to a whopping DOUBLED $36!
We’ve been alerted that some customers are getting calls, advising them to go to a website (http://www.mysprintbonus.com) to (more…)
So now that we have defined what Mobile Device Management (MDM) IS, let’s define what it IS NOT. (more…)
In order to fully grasp what MDM actually does, it’s helpful to understand exactly what MDM is.
MDM Defined: Wikipedia defines it as: “Software which secures, monitors, manages and supports mobile devices deployed across mobile operators, service providers and enterprises. MDM functionality typically includes over-the-air distribution of applications, data and configuration settings for all types of mobile devices…”. TRACKS, MANAGEs and monitors.
This is our final continuation in our “Wranglin’ an RFP” blog series. We strongly suggest that you read (more…)
This is the second part continuation of our “Wranglin’ an RFP” blog post series. Click here to read Part 1. Already read Part 1? Then read on to learn 3 more steps on how to “wrangle” your next RFP:
8 Steps to Reduce Total Wireless Costs In this four-part blog series, we’ll be cover 8 steps that (more…)
We have to love their name: the Android Police. They have discovered a problem with HTC phones where personal data can be exposed to any app that accesses the internet. (yikes!)