Are you aware of what the GDPR states on employees' usage of company devices? Mixing personal and work matters on the same device is a risky move. Employers should create a guideline for private use and a work phone agreement signed by both parties to ensure both the company and employee is protected.
Both your staff and your customers are changing. Not only are millennials and Generation Z coming into the workforce, but they are also where the buying power resides. These people see the mobile platform as the only viable way of doing business, therefore, you must make your business available to them. Otherwise, you will steadily bleed customers and revenue.
Companies often find the process of procuring new talent tough and the task of retaining the same even harder. A smartphone can contribute to binding employees and enhancing employee satisfaction.
Workplace as a Service provides your workers with the tools they need to perform at their best while also making workplace management easier. Businesses can use such models to integrate new technologies quickly and provide for modern workplaces in a flexible and need-based manner.
When it comes to managing your business’s telecommunication, many services can assist with the procurement and management of work phones and switchboards. However, as technology advances, businesses are using many different kinds of devices to get the job done. As such, a gap has opened for procuring and managing these other devices as well.
What shall I buy as a digital gift for Christmas to surprise my work colleagues? Where can I find the best digital gifts for Christmas? Is it acceptable to buy mobile apps as Christmas gifts? Read this article to find out why buying digital gifts for Christmas is trending this year!
Are you a business owner trying to multitask while keeping tabs on your phone, laptop, and tablet? The iPhone for a business can fit into your company like a glove. Bring your data with you at all times without the extra bulk. The iPhone for a business is lightweight and portable, so you can take it wherever you go. It has a long battery life, so you don't have to worry about running out of power when you need it most.
It makes sense for companies to use smartphones in many ways—but they also need to be safe. A mobile security cornerstone is locking the device with a passcode or biometrical solutions such as Face ID. But is this really secure?
One of the onerous and labor-intensive tasks that many companies dread is allocating private and business calls from company smartphones, at the end of every month. Thanks to the “Dual SIM” function, there is a solution.
Many companies chose an iPhone 11 as a work phone, one of the first Apple models to feature an eSIM. In this article, we explain how the eSIM works in an iPhone 11 and how it helps to protect the company data on your work phones.