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Should We Be Worried About Augmented Reality?

June 12, 2018 by Matt Louden


Businesses have high expectations for Augmented Reality (AR) at the enterprise level. In fact, many of today’s tech initiatives are already using it to advance innovations like industrial machinery and electronics. And that doesn’t even include this innovation’s boundary-pushing industry benefits! Despite all its potential positives, however, AR still has serious drawbacks. In addition to unforeseen limitations like government regulation, a lack of investment, or slow innovation cycles, organizations that lack strategic resources or deployment expertise routinely encounter challenges. Let’s explore four primary enterprise pitfalls in detail: Protecting Identity and Property Before Pokémon GO was released, few people knew AR even existed—and even fewer understood what it was or what it could do to help employees at work.[tweet] Before Pokémon GO was released, few people knew AR even existed—and even fewer understood what it was or what it could do…

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MOBI Makes IndyStar’s 2018 Top Workplaces List

June 11, 2018 by Matt Louden


For the last decade, The Indianapolis Star has organized a massive annual survey to identify the state’s best business environments. In 2018, the publication named 90 organizations—MOBI included—to its latest Top Workplaces list. This year’s award winners are organized into three separate categories—large, midsize, and small—based on how many workers they employ. With more than 300 enterprise mobility experts under one roof, MOBI’s excited to be considered one of central Indiana’s top 25 midsize companies. While each business was analyzed and scored based on unique survey data gathered from employees across 24 factors and seven key areas, our combination of innovative culture and software-driven mobile technology management capabilities impressed IndyStar the most. Thanks to the global solutions that help companies across almost 200 carriers and more than 50 countries, MOBI made this list for its fifth straight year. In all,…

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MOBI Announces Two New Additions to Its Customer Advisory Board in 2018

June 11, 2018 by MOBI

INDIANAPOLIS, June 11, 2018 — MOBI, a Mobility Management Software (MMS) that enables enterprises to centralize, comprehend, and control their connected device ecosystems, today announced the newest additions to its 2018 Customer Advisory Board (CAB), including executives from IBM and Marathon Petroleum. The objectives of the CAB are to provide guidance on MOBI’s corporate strategies, offer input on products and services, and help address and create solutions to real world industry challenges. The additions of Gina Garcia, U.S. Mobile Services, SME, Corporate Managed Workplace Services at IBM, and Bob George, Facilities Manager at Marathon Petroleum, brings the total number of CAB members to 17; more than half of which represent Fortune 500 companies. “We’re acutely aware that mobile is the way of the future,” said George. “With more than 40,000 employees, our ecosystem of connected devices is massive. MOBI has helped us…

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Virtual Care in Healthcare

June 7, 2018 by Matt Louden

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Healthcare is making a major mobility push. Believe it or not, 65% of today’s industry interactions occur on mobile endpoint devices. As providers extend their care teams’ tech capabilities, finding the right solution becomes increasingly critical to creating future competitive advantages. By implementing mobility-enabled virtual care options, companies can save more than one million dollars per 10,000 patients annually. No wonder 73% of healthcare executives are either currently working to create or have already put one of these programs in place. And, while only 37% of healthcare providers currently leverage virtual care solutions, 70% of this crowd plans to increase the number of digital services offered. By the end of this year, more than 60% of all healthcare companies will over some form of remote patient care. Since 75% of healthcare costs derive from preventable conditions, mobile endpoint devices and…

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T-Mobile and Sprint: A Major Mobile Tech Merger

May 30, 2018 by Matt Louden


Does all the T-Mobile and Sprint merger news sound familiar? While both carriers sound optimistic, they’ve also been working to get this deal done since 2014. Unlike past conversations, however, the latest merger talks—codenamed ‘Project Lakes’—could finally result in a different outcome. After failing to reach an agreement just months ago, both organizations appear to have a renewed interest in making this merger work after agreeing to a $26 billion dollar deal last month. In addition to new corporate leadership and more clearly defined shareholder benefits, the inability to compete for 5G spectrum is central to what brought both organizations back to the bargaining table. While AT&T and Verizon have already made bids to acquire their own unique 5G millimeter wave frequencies, neither T-Mobile or Sprint can independently afford to do the same. Moving forward, a lack of exclusive 5G…

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