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When in Roam…

January 26, 2017 by Josh Garrett

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I recently was in Detroit, MI visiting customers. My visit corresponded with a home game for the Red Wings, which seemed like a great opportunity to see some hockey and visit Joe Louis Arena before it’s permanently closed after this season. It was a great overtime shootout win for the home team yet, while leaving the game, I received a not-so-great text message: Leaving the arena, I realized I could see Windsor, Canada across the Detroit River. While I remained firmly in the United States, my phone had taken an international trip. It was using the strongest available signal, which happened to be from a Canadian carrier and not AT&T. According to my phone, I was currently travelling in Canada and consuming mobility services without a passport. To their credit, AT&T did notify me right away. Thankfully my phone was…

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2016 by the Numbers

January 24, 2017 by Christi Vawter

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2016 was a huge year for MOBI. And, a huge year meant a busy year. As MOBI sustains rapid growth, our culture continues to foster the innovation needed to create the industry’s only software-first solution to enterprise mobility management. Here’s what’s kept us excited and busy this past year: Are you looking to optimize your mobility spend, or are you simply wondering where to start when it comes to your mobility strategy? Talk to one of our mobility solution experts right now and see what the perfect mobility partner can do for you.

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Best Blogs of 2016

January 6, 2017 by Matt Louden

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As this year’s first official work week wraps up, we wanted to take one last look in the rearview mirror. Last year, MOBI continued its global growth, hosted our first annual mobility summit, and wrote lots of great content along the way. Don’t believe me? Check out 2016’s top five most popular blogs below: 1) My Six-Year Selling Hiatus at MOBI Jim Holt, MOBI’s Director of Mobility Solutions, discusses his unique approach and why, in more than six years of sales at MOBI, he’s never had to sell to a customer before. 2) Unpacking Untethered Read all about our inaugural mobility summit: Untethered. Who was there, what topics were discussed, when and where did it take place, and why do you need to attend this year? 3) Pokémon No Millions of people (and at least a few dozen MOBIans) spent their summer outside chasing…

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Pokémon No

July 20, 2016 by Matt Louden

Have you heard of Pokémon Go? Sarcasm aside, the noise surrounding it has been inescapable for businesses everywhere. Over 21 million Americans are already active daily users according to SurveyMonkey, making it the biggest US mobile game ever. As such, it’s a safe bet that someone in your organization has downloaded or plans to download the app to their enterprise mobile device. Without Managed Mobility Services (MMS) overseeing your enterprise mobility program and Mobile Device Management (MDM)/Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution, you’re gambling with the security of your mobility program. Despite resolving initial concerns surrounding the app developer’s full access to user’s Google accounts, Niantic’s current privacy policy still allows its servers to automatically record and aggregate log data like IP addresses that can then be shared with third parties. Point B and Beyond states that this sharing is “for…

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Mobility in a Galaxy Far, Far Away…

December 17, 2015 by Josh Garrett

  Almost There… Almost There… The upcoming release of Star Wars: Episode VII (The Force Awakens) has me more excited for a new movie than I’ve felt in a long time. It also got me thinking about how the movies relate to what we do here at MOBI.  The biggest question I have is, “How was an organization the size of the Galactic Empire able to manage all their mobile devices?” (Quick Note: I am not saying I’m an expert on all things Star Wars, so take this with a grain of salt…)   Where the Force is Strong, There is Also Mobility While major players could always use the Force for some types of communication, how does the bottom-of-the-totem pole Storm Trooper communicate? The answer to that is an integrated comlink within their helmet, although they also carried a…

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