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[Webinar] 2020 Trends in Mobility Management – Are You Prepared for IoT, 5G, AI and Beyond?

Did you know that 71% of enterprises consider mobility as a top priority? Worldwide sales of smartphones to end users are on track to reach 1.57 billion units in 2020, an increase of 3% year over year, according to Gartner, Inc. With the unprecedented growth of mobile devices, organizations are relying on mobility management services (MMS) to stay in control. As technology continues to e...

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Technology Buzzwords: Sting or Succeed Against Expense Management?

Buzzwords such as 5G, eSIM, SD-WAN, Cloud, AI, IoT and IIoT have dominated conversations and headlines lately. While they no doubt will change entire industries, what do they really mean to you and the world of expense management in 2020? What will realistically move from buzzword to solution? What do our experts predict will deliver or not deliver as expected? With the proliferation of ...

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Sprint/T-Mobile – A Merger of Ingenuity and Innovation

A February 11, 2020 article in the New York Times announced that “T-Mobile and Sprint Are Cleared to Merge as the Big Get Bigger” in which they explain, “The long-in-the-works merger would combine the nation’s third- and fourth-largest wireless carriers, creating a telecommunications giant to take on AT&T and Verizon. The new company, to be called T-Mobile, would have about 100 million c...

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Blockchain’s Disruption of the Telecom Industry

Many explanations of how “blockchain” technology operates begin by describing it as a ledger. Everyone knows what a ledger is. It’s a place to record transactions to keep track of them. And we prefer seeing them filled out in ink so nobody can change the numbers. Where we begin to get into trouble understanding blockchain is that, when most people think of a ledger, they think of financi...

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T-Mobile and Sprint Merger: What It Means to You

The pending $26.5 billion merger of T-Mobile and Sprint will likely result in more than just a third major choice of wireless provider. Given Sprint’s substantial portfolio of wireline services, and the sell-off of their prepaid services and spectrum to Dish, approval by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will very likely result in significant enterprise disruption in both wirel...

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