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Are mobiles the only mobile asset you should control?

If it’s all about the apps, then why is it that in this age of the Internet of Things, when we talk about mobility we still think about mobile phones and tablets?

Why your telecom expense management sucks – a statistical view

Validating an organisation’s telecoms expenses is not a future-centric problem. All the data is available, in complete detail.

The ‘first-choice’ approach to telecoms expense management is to avoid sampling completely. Why sample, when you can easily analyse all the available data?

How not to fail with Agile

The business practices known as Agile and Scrum are suddenly big news again. Without the right environment, Agile will fail, and your managers will come to hate it. Here are my ten tips for succeeding with Agile.

Six Signs that your IT Help Desk is failing

Some businesses are operating Help Desks more suited to the 20th century than the 21st.
Here are six signs that your current Help Desk model is doomed.

How a great Service Catalogue can save you money

If you can get this end-to-end Service Catalogue process correct from the start, this will improve compliance and operational effectiveness typically resulting in cost savings of 4% – 27%.

Protecting all Borders in the Mobile Enterprise

This new paper, the second in the Bluewater™ whitepaper series, discusses the benefits and limitations of both MDM and NAC solutions in isolation, and contrasts these with the strength of combined MDM/NAC security approaches.

The true cost of Enterprise Mobility

Smartphones and other internet enabled devices (tablets, dongles, phablets, etc.) are now really part of the IT landscape within an enterprise. What were once just mobile telephones are now mobile computers quite clearly, and as a result the high costs of IT management have crept in.

Myth: Mobile Data Share Pools are Virtually Unlimited

It’s a myth to believe that your business Mobile Data shared pool (sometimes called a bucket plan) is so huge, often measured in terabytes, that you’ll never run into excess data problems.