Five Critical Steps to Performing a Telecom Audit

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So you’ve been tasked with performing a telecom audit for your company. It can be done manually, which is long. tedious process.  Based on our experience, we recommend that you use some sort of Telecom Expense Management software to help you create files that self-reconcile so that your audits aren’t static – that information gathered from one […]

Even IBM Is Struggling With BYOD

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“The trend toward employee-owned devices isn’t saving IBM any money, says Jeanette Horan, who is IBM’s chief information officer and oversees all the company’s internal use of IT. Instead, she says, it has created new challenges for her department of 5,000 people, because employees’ devices are full of software that IBM doesn’t control.” IBM […]

Lessons Learned from a Bring Your Own Device Project

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Originally published at No Jitter. By Robert Lee Harris I spent a lot of last summer working with a large enterprise IT department transition from company-owned Blackberries to employee-owned devices. Here’s what I took away from the experience. This was a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) project much like many companies are now considering. Being involved in […]

Should your company have a Chief Mobile Officer?

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  Computerworld recently published this article, Chief Mobile Officer: A job title now timely? “…as enterprises scramble these days to establish mobile strategies, having a CMO could be a key to success, according to a new Forrester Research report. Smartphones and tablets are “the manifestation of a much broader shift to new systems of engagement… [with] […]