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MOBI Recognized as a Challenger in 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Managed Mobility Services

April 12, 2018 by MOBI

INDIANAPOLIS, Mar. 27, 2018 — MOBI, a provider of Managed Mobility Services (MMS) for enterprises, today announced its recognition by Gartner, Inc. in the March 2018 Magic Quadrant for Managed Mobility Services, Worldwide. MOBI has emerged from being a Niche Player to being positioned within this year’s Challengers quadrant. Analysts Katja Ruud, Leif-Olof Wallin, Dionisio Zumerle, and Bill Menezes completed the report for this year’s Magic Quadrant. The full report may be viewed at: https://mobiwm.com/gartner-mq-for-mms-mobi/. Gartner notes “over the past year, enterprises have been looking to broaden the scope for which they use a third party to manage their mobile estates.” MOBI’s AI-based Mobots™ were included in the report. Mobots™ streamline global mobility programs by minimizing human errors, automating repetitive tasks, and delivering data as needed in real-time. These robotic assistants help MOBI’s customers process activities around the clock, expanding…

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Keeping Communication Healthy

April 9, 2018 by Matt Louden


In healthcare, a consistently reliable communication path can literally be the difference between life and death for a patient that requires around-the-clock care. So, it should come as little surprise that 90% of healthcare organizations will make significant investments into smartphones and securing unified communications over the next 12 to 18 months. In addition to this industry’s investment push, 73% of hospitals are also developing mobile strategies to address their company’s communication, collaboration, and clinical computing requirements. In today’s increasingly complex healthcare environment, the industry’s mobile employees share numerous concerns and challenges. An overload of different devices and platforms, a lack of standardized processes, and dissatisfaction with traditional communication tools are just a few reasons why these organizations are investing their time, energy, and IT resources into mobile technology now more than ever. Will your company join the healthcare industry…

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One Giant Leap for Mobility

April 3, 2018 by Matt Louden


Next year, man takes more than one small step when the moon gets its first mobile network. For the first time, scientists, astronauts, and other space explorers will be able to stream data and high-definition video from the lunar surface back down to Earth in real time. Though there’s no official launch date set, Berlin-based PTScientists—who lead this collaborative effort—say they’ve secured spots aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket set for takeoff next March. A True Team Effort In addition to PTScientists, experts from Vodafone Germany, Nokia, and Audi are all partnering to support this unique mission 50 years after the first astronauts walked on the moon. To accomplish this task, network technology experts are currently developing a space-grade version of Nokia’s existing Ultra Compact Network. If they’re successful, it means the moon’s first mobile network will be powered by…

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Android: Alive and Well

April 2, 2018 by Matt Louden

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We’ve all heard it, said it, or thought it a million times: enterprise mobility is complicated. Especially if you’re trying to keep an Android-heavy mobile asset inventory secure. Even Google knows that’s the case. That’s why, in 2017, the company increased how many Android devices were receiving its security patches by more than 30%—securing a bigger portion than ever of its 60,000-model device ecosystem. In today’s enterprise mobility landscape, devices that stick exclusively to Google Play downloads are nine times less likely to encounter a potentially harmful application than those that use other sources. That’s because Google increased its mobile app screenings from once a week to once every day, leading to the identification and removal of 39 million potentially harmful applications last year alone. If you use one of the almost two billion global Android devices these updates will…

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Building Your Executive Business Case for MMS

March 27, 2018 by Matt Louden

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Managing enterprise mobility is tough—especially if you’ve got thousands of devices and dozens of carriers to track. Without global program visibility, collecting, reporting, and delivering accurate data can be almost impossible. Managing mobility across international borders not only puts sensitive information at risk, but increases the likelihood workers subvert IT with their own unapproved workarounds, too. Scaling and integrating multiple software systems is another serious challenge for undermanned mobility teams. Without a strategic partner to help collect and contextualize real-time feedback, global programs often find the impact and value of their data insights greatly diminished (if not rendered completely unusable) by the time they’re delivered. An expert MMS vendor helps you remove the mobility management burden from IT in a way that makes it easier to drive enterprise-wide innovation and digital transformation.[tweet] An expert Managed Mobility Software (MMS) vendor, however,…

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