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Telecom expense management encompasses a huge array of communications tools. One of those tools is wireless data connectivity. Mobile data continues to be a critical aspect in how employees get their jobs done. Determining how much data to buy each month can be a time-consuming and laborious process based on a previous month of billing and usage data. How do you hit a moving target each month to ensure you’re buying just the data you need without going over?
We’ll look at a few terms and concepts surrounding Visage-based service providers to help put your mind at ease with the idea of outsourcing a small part of your wireless expense management workload, or an entire branch.
We’ll give you a couple of strategies to minimize costs before actually going in for the disconnection kill. In fact, these strategies are so successful you may even want to deploy them to others in the company.
Visage Mobile has a lot of data about what works, and what doesn’t, when managing wireless programs. One thing that data shows us, over and over again, is the powerful impact email communication has on end-user behavior as it pertains to wireless spending and usage.
T-Mobile recently opened their DIGITS service to a public beta test. The service allows mobile numbers to be used on multiple devices at the same time, or for a single device to have multiple mobile numbers.
In her article “Report: Holiday Upgrades Ripe for BYOD Privacy Risks,” Diana Goovaerts at WirelessWeek.com runs down a research study by Blanco Technology Group (BTG).