As we solidify a new era defined by 5G and beyond, the curtain is gradually closing on older technologies like 3G. Enterprises must understand this shift, as it has far-reaching implications for their mobile connectivity.
When networks falter, the impact is felt far and wide, disrupting individuals and businesses. Australia's second-largest telecommunications company,Optus, experienced such a disruption recently when a significant network outage left millions without service. Let's look at the implications of this outage, Optus' response, and how VoicePlus can assist enterprises in navigating such incidents.
Managing telecom expenses poses a significant challenge for large enterprises, given their intricate billing structures and the multitude of services to oversee. These errors can lead to substantial financial losses and hinder expense optimisation. According to Gartner, a staggering 80% of telecom bills contain errors, ranging from minor discrepancies to substantial overcharges. If left unchecked, these errors can inflate costs by 3% to 15%, a substantial burden for large enterprises.
How to Improve Endpoint Security in Corporate Environments We live in a world that's more connected than ever. But this convenience also opens the door to new security challenges, where endpoint security comes into play.Endpoint security is about safeguarding the devices we use daily, like smartphones, laptops, and tablets — anything that connects to your network. This becomes paramount as we juggle between our personal and work devices, which could potentially invite cyber threats if not appropriately secured.
A device retrieval program is a system or process in place for an organisation to retrieve their devices (such as smartphones, laptops, or tablets) from employees who are leaving the company or transferring to another department. This program helps to ensure that the organisation's sensitive data and intellectual property are protected and that the devices are returned in good working condition.
Data wipe is the process of removing all personal or sensitive information from a device, such as a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, before it is reused, recycled, or disposed of. The purpose of data wiping is to protect personal information and sensitive data from being accessed or stolen by unauthorised individuals.
A device refresh program is a process in which an organisation periodically replaces its existing devices, such as smartphones, laptops, or tablets, with newer models. The purpose of a device refresh program is to ensure that employees have access to the latest technology and features, which can help improve their productivity and efficiency.