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10 Enterprise Mobility Acronyms You Need to Know

February 9, 2017 by Matt Louden

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Note: This blog about mobility abbreviations is the first in a monthly co-authored blog series written jointly by Matt Louden, Brand Journalist at MOBI, and Charlotte O’Donnelly, Research Associate at Blue Hill Research. Once upon a time, enterprise mobility abbreviations were much simpler to follow. Sounds like a fairy tale given today’s business technology landscape, right? As mobility enters 2017 full-tilt, rapid evolution and change will only add to an ever-growing list of industry terms and acronyms that can leave your head spinning. Here are ten must-know mobility abbreviations you’re sure to see in 2017: 1)     BI – Business Intelligence BI is a technology-driven process tasked with analyzing data and presenting actionable insights to corporate executives, business managers, and end users alike. By identifying and tracking previously unknown trends, businesses are empowered to make more informed and impactful decisions. 85% of business leaders…

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Focus on the User

February 1, 2017 by Scott Kraege

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Driving passion and innovation. In the beginning In the beginning, our foundation at MOBI was simple: focus on the user. Armed with a couple world-class developers, our best guess at market research, and a vision to transform the way companies manage connected devices, we moved fast. Looking back, it’s easy to see how this attitude towards the user ignited innovation as part of our culture. Innovation became the key by-product of focusing on the user—never forced, measured, or incentivized, it was just something we did to improve the customer experience. Breaking away from the pack MOBI is often compared to legacy Telecom Expense Management (TEM) providers within the Managed Mobility Services (MMS) category. But, we are not a TEM solution. We set ourselves apart with our software-first enterprise mobility solutions. Most MMS vendors exist as an extension of a legacy…

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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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Top Five Help Desk Headaches

July 28, 2016 by Nanci Churchill

Help desks have long been the backbone for tech-enabled business. Now, with the incorporation of complex mobile ecosystems and smartphones, tablets, and connected devices, help desks could become busier than ever before assisting employees through mobile support. To help enterprises better understand the challenges people face when using mobile devices for better-informed mobile strategies, we took a look at our own help desk data , evaluating almost 730,000 requests across 37 categories. MOBI’s cloud-based software powers and provides support for company mobility ecosystems while helping reduce and manage any issues enterprises face within mobility. Our top asks include: #1: Email setup: Setting up email sits at the top of the list of help desk headaches, representing 12% of all help desk requests. What’s even more telling is the amount of time this takes – email setup alone takes an average of 12 minutes for a single…

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Is the IoT About to Cause a Catastrophic Traffic Jam?

January 8, 2016 by Michael Browning II

There’s a fairly serious, and unusually quiet, debate being argued these days. I’ll get there but hang with me while I give a little personal context. I recently found myself in a conversation with my technically challenged mother. There isn’t a phone call or a dinner or a holiday that passes with my mom that doesn’t include a number of basic technology related questions. When I say basic, I mean questions ranging from “what is printer toner?” to “how do I make my phone quiet during the movies?”. I often hand these assignments out to my kids. I have five children ranging from 10 months to 11 years old. My 10-year old is moonlighting her way through the fifth grade by taking coding classes at night and on weekends. She’s trying to build an app for virtual finger nail painting (there…

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