“Digital Transformation” and “Mobility Becoming Business as Usual” were leading topics discussed at Tangoe LIVE 2017 ORANGE, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Tangoe, Inc., a leading global provider of Technology Lifecycle Management (TLM) solutions, brought together hundreds of its clients and partners from around the world to its global client user conference, Tangoe LIVE 2017, which concluded on […]
Tangoe Featured as Marquee Sponsor
ORANGE, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Tangoe, Inc., a leading global provider of IT and Telecom Expense Management (TEM) software and services, today announced that Michael Niziolek, Vice President of Strategic Consulting at Tangoe, will be a keynote speaker at this year’s AOTMP Fixed and Mobile Telecom Management Conference. The conference will be held April 9 – 13, 2017 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld in Orlando, Florida. Tangoe is a Marquee Sponsor of the AOTMP Conference.
ORANGE, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tangoe, Inc., a leading global provider of IT and Telecom Expense Management (TEM) software and services, will be holding its global client user conference, Tangoe LIVE 2017, from April 30th – May 3rd at the Marriott World Center in Orlando, Florida. The conference will bring together Tangoe clients and partners from around the world to engage with industry experts and colleagues on topics such as telecom, mobility, IT, cloud, the FCC, and regulatory and market changes for which clients will need to be prepared.
Cost-conscious businesses are increasingly buying unlocked smartphones for their workers, instead of more expensive smartphones with two-year service plans that are locked to a certain wireless U.S. carrier.
“Unlocked makes more sense,” said Craig Riegelhaupt, direct of product marketing for mobile at Tangoe, an IT and telecom expense management software and services vendor that functions as a consultant to thousands of large businesses.
Just two days before Samsung’s launch of the Galaxy S8 on Wednesday, the company announced it will consider using some recalled Galaxy Note7 smartphones for re-sale as refurbished or as rental phones.
One analyst bashed the plan as “disastrous,” while another said Samsung is performing a “balancing act” following the Note7 fallout when some units overheated and caught fire.
More than half of respondents in a survey conducted by mobility and telecom expense management (TEM) provider Tangoe say their job to manage mobile devices ploughs a lonely furrow.
In other words, of the 100 IT managers polled, across a variety of enterprises, very few are using enterprise mobility management (EMM) or managed mobility (MMS) offerings – although many plan to over the next two years.