The Windows 7 extended support ends in January 2020, so time is running out for a full hardware swap out if it hasn’t already happened. According to Gartner, making the right choices in regards to upgrading or migrating on existing hardware can see these costs reduced from as much as $445 per system down to $155 or even less.
Best estimates predict 5G won't be readily available until 2020. In the meantime 4GX is up to 6x faster than standard 4G and can provide a competitive advantages for business.
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.
When your phone is a business critical device, being without it for hours is highly disruptive. Going without it for days or weeks is simply not an option. It's no surprise that a VIP priority replacement service which delivers in 2 hours is proving popular all over town.
Studies published by the Australian Institute of Management and Australian Human Resources Institute put average staff turnover at 14-20% per annum. Not managing mobile devices and services for this group is costing Australian 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.
VoicePlus announces a new VIP service which will deliver a new smartphone within 2-4 business hours in the Sydney metropolitan area, and by 10am next day to interstate capital cities.
Australians are checking their mobile devices 440 million times every day collectively, or 30x a day on average individually.
CNH Industrial has joined Coca-Cola Amatil and KONE Elevators in selecting Atrium Managed Mobility for their mobility and endpoint devices.
Ping - incoming tweet Ping - new email Ping - instagram, snapchat, facebook, linkedin Ping - text, facetime, skype, whatsapp Ping, ping, ping... Notifications are already interrupting workers and that trend will increase to the point that employers will need to restrict interactions to protect productivity.