The smartphone is increasingly energy hungry. It is using more energy in a day than the average refrigerator - but because we are not individually paying for it, the costs are hidden to us.
A mobile phone for calling and messaging, in tandem with a meeting solution, can meet most employee requirements; potentially saving up to 50% per user per month, says Gartner.
Computing now consumes 8% of the world's electricity and unless a new sustainable technology can be found "the information revolution will stall due to power hunger."
Enterprise mobility will continue to grow and become more complex to manage during FY19, impacting on expenditure and resource allocation.
When there is no corporate mobile phone policy, don’t complain if employee behavior costs the business - both in reputation and the bottom-line!
It's one of those age-old questions, how can I get my battery to work harder and last longer? Read on for all you ever wanted to know about the iPhone battery - and the answer to that dinner party question.
One absolutely guaranteed reason you need to invest in mobile cost control is that your mobile costs keep rising - and you're not sure why. There's four more signs that shout "you need mobile cost control" and each can have serious consequences for your business.
Think about it...how much time do you waste on non-work-related activities in an average day? The great majority of us - 89% - admit to wasting at least half an hour and no one will be surprised to learn the no.1 culprit is personal use of technology.
The demand for Managed Mobility Services (MMS) is growing fast and that global trend is being embraced by Australian businesses.
Mobility management has traditionally fallen into the lap of the IT department for many Australian businesses. Yet so many mobility tasks are not really IT… Is outsourcing mobility management the answer for the time-poor IT department?