Evan Tomlin

Evan Tomlin

Evan is Vice President of Mobile Strategy at Tangoe and has a wide range of experience in Enterprise IT, Mobility Architecture and MMS program delivery. Based in Tampa, Florida, Evan studied philosophy at the University of South Florida.

Recent Posts

Consumerization of Mobility and the Rise of Mobile Device Management

By Evan Tomlin / April 28, 2016

It’s not hard to trace the events that pushed Mobile Device Management (MDM) into the lexicon of most every enterprise IT professional responsible for how users interact with their company’s content, applications and collaboration tools from their hand held devices. In the late 2000’s, consumer adoption of smartphones exploded, driven mostly by the runaway success […]

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The Consumption Conundrum

By Evan Tomlin / February 15, 2016

Technological and commercial advances are making technology increasingly accessible on-demand. Platforms that used to take days to provision can now be turned up in minutes.  Modern outsourcing relationships offer the ability to ramp up scale quickly and with linear or declining, known costs.  Users or even applications can dynamically request and obtain more resources (memory, […]

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The Connected Enterprise: Bringing IoT Home

By Evan Tomlin / February 3, 2016

As part of our 2016 Predictions eBook, we mentioned that Internet of Things (IoT) devices will still lag behind traditional activations. However, most evidence indicates that while IoT has not become as important as cloud, it will still be an indispensable business tool in the near future. Today, most know of IoT because of consumer […]

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Tangoe Peeks Through 2016’s Curtain with Its Cloud and Mobile Predictions

By Evan Tomlin / January 28, 2016

This time of year, CIOs and IT Directors are reflecting on a year that was fraught with challenges and opportunities, from cyber-threats and the expanding Internet of Things (IoT) to the need to better manage cloud services and to modernize enterprise mobile strategies. Looking forward at 2016 the enterprise IT landscape will continue to evolve […]

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