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Medical technology has advanced rapidly in recent decades. However, when it comes to hospital communications, many organizations still rely on pagers, landlines and desktop computers. The communication gaps and workflow inefficiencies frustrate hospital staff and can affect patient care, satisfaction and

The presence of mobile devices has become common not just personally but also professionally. Many organizations have BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policies in which employees are allowed or even encouraged to use their own personal mobile devices at work.

While having employees to work from home,  there is a number of mobile devices entering the workforce, and it can be difficult for companies to ensure all the mobile devices are in check without the proper software and best practices.

When employees are working from home, it’s difficult for employers to ensure that the employees maintain their productivity at home office. The pandemic has changed the way businesses operate, and many businesses that were forced to completely shift to remote

What is an Android Enterprise? Android enterprise is an ultimate solution that covers management and security features available for a device running Android OS. It can seamlessly integrate with many Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) platforms and hence can support various device

The Post COVID-19 Pandemic has changed how businesses operate. As most of the organizations have shifted their operations to remote work and online since the lockdown, and many of them have to revamp their digital and IT infrastructure in order

The value of customer data is a top priority for any enterprise. Doctors and other professionals accessing the data may not even be employees of the hospital where they are providing patient care. T he technology must prepare for this

Why does your company need a mobility management solution in 2020? One thing is becoming more and more apparent as companies look to the new year: the corporate world is becoming more mobile. Due to the growing capacities of telephones