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Make Mobility Great Again

March 27, 2017 by Matt Louden

public sector

Public and private sector mobility programs feature distinct differences. While governments are often more cautious to adopt new technology, 86% of agency employees believe optimal working conditions can only be achieved with the latest available mobile devices. Additionally, 66% say improved communication capabilities could make a major improvement to their organization’s overall success. Despite this, only 64% of current public sector workers use a smartphone or BlackBerry for work. In terms of mobile device security, public sector awareness is severely lacking. Today, only 27% of public sector employees realize information stored and sent from a device is encrypted and only 21% are aware an agency can track how and where a device is used. If end users took over an Information Technology (IT) Director or CIO position, 70% would make security their top tech priority. Organizations need a complete mobility…

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Head in the Clouds?

March 21, 2017 by Matt Louden

cloud services

Enterprise mobility program managers are always on the lookout for easy-to-use, cost-efficient innovations. Cloud software offers convenience and cost savings potential, making it a hot topic in the world of today’s technology. In fact, 64% of senior Information Technology (IT) employees predict an increase in their company’s cloud services budget this year as a result. Of these employees, 53% expect their budget to increase by at least five percent; 28% expect at least twice that. Cloud data storage is also being deployed at a record pace. In 2017, 54% of all primary data storage options deployed will be cloud solutions because of their ability to more quickly recall information. Cloud systems also increase data’s functionality and analytics potential. In addition to cloud software, saving money and efficiency continue to top the list of enterprise technology leaders’ priorities. Implementing an automation…

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Time to Grow Up?

March 13, 2017 by Matt Louden

second chance

Almost every enterprise uses mobile devices today. However, more than 80% are still stuck in the initial stages of mobile maturity. Despite numerous features and functionalities, 38% of companies leverage mobility solely for remote email and calendar access. Another 43% are only slightly more mature because they collect basic program data and have implemented additional device security. The most mature efforts out there are “additive;” about 19% of programs feature application integration capabilities, location-based device data, and multi-factor device authentication. Nine percent also utilize interactive software tools that facilitate third-party collaboration and external data analysis. No mobility program is fully mature, but a Mobility Management Platform (MMP) accelerates organizational progress and makes businesses 29% more profitable and 15% more productive. What else can industry-leading management software do for you? Talk to one of our experts and schedule a customized demo…

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A Different Kind of Charity Stripe

March 7, 2017 by Matt Louden


College basketball isn’t the only one with a bracket! Since 2012, in fact, Indianapolis-based Brackets for Good has hosted its own March Madness-style tournament to promote charitable giving and community awareness. Today, Brackets for Good hosts competitions in 12 different cities all over the United States including Indianapolis, where MOBI has been the divisional sponsor for six straight years and this year is powering the live bracket. In total, the group has raised nearly $3 million for a variety of local nonprofit groups and causes. So far, more than $200,000 has been raised in the first round of 2017’s Indianapolis matchups. Not too shabby considering $446,514 was the six-round total last year. It’s easy to pick a favorite charity and donate from the event website. Or you can be part of the 21% that prefer to donate via mobile device…

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5G and the Future of Mobility

February 27, 2017 by Matt Louden


As Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona, media members are buzzing about the next generation of wireless networks: 5G. While nobody knows exactly when they will debut, a few more details have emerged. The International Telecommunications Union (ITU), a United Nations-created organization of 191 member states and more than 700 global members, recently determined their first-ever list of 5G network requirements. Among other mandated minimums, each 5G cell must be able to handle at least 20 billion bits of downloaded data per second. That’s 20 times more than today’s best Long-Term Evolution (LTE) cells! Next-generation cells must also be able to support one million connected devices per square kilometer. Future networks also need to move data faster than current solutions do. 5G networks are required to be at least five times more efficient than LTE alternatives, trimming latency from…

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