[embed]https://open.spotify.com/episode/50IgYCFLn1JwlXYPWLlJaK[/embed] [Intro Music: “Tech House vibes” by Alejandro Magaña (A. M.)] TUN XIANG: Welcome to Mobility@Work and my name is Tun Xiang from SYNDES Technologies. We at SYNDES cover the must-have technologies for your business to keep you ahead of the curve. [Intro

Mobile device management (MDM) is a powerful tool that allows schools to manage and secure their students’ mobile devices. It enables the school to control what apps students can install on their phones, monitor the use of these apps, and

[embed]https://open.spotify.com/episode/5aVLOAY8G61tXdimPHer13?si=XI5lpNXxTmySExTNq5CQuQ[/embed] [Intro Music: “Tech House vibes” by Alejandro Magaña (A. M.)]  TUN XIANG: Welcome to Mobility@Work and my name is Tun Xiang from SYNDES Technologies. We at SYNDES cover the must-have technologies for your business to keep you ahead of the curve. [Intro

In a post-pandemic world, bring your own device (BYOD) policies are all the rage despite experiencing a doubtful slump just a few years before. If you haven’t figured out why organizations are warming up to their employees using their own

Previously, we’ve covered why various industries ranging from healthcare to hospitality require MDM solutions. The agriculture industry is no exception. We all know it’s one of the oldest and most important industries of the world transformed by several industrial revolutions.

Hoteliers are encountering issues in meeting the expectations of both visitors and workers who are carrying a growing number of mobile devices as the BYOD trend in the lodging industry grows. The advantages of mobile are numerous, but ensuring optimum

Whether you have a warehouse, 3PL, last mile delivery service, distribution centre, or manufacturing plant. Managing many mobile devices can consume a significant amount of time, effort, and money, as well as occupying your IT team work capacity. Operations might

Millennials adore their smartphones and tablets. They use them for work, money management, and sharing (sometimes far too much) personal information with their social network connections. For banks and financial services firms that employ Millennial workers, finding a balance between

Smartphones are ubiquitous, and people are increasingly using their own mobile devices for work. While mobile technology might improve productivity and convenience, it also poses a severe security risk. According to CheckPoint's Mobile Security Report 2021, nearly every firm (97

Today's businesses rely mostly on mobility to keep their scattered, remote workforces productive, connected, and well-managed.  As the number of devices deployed in the organization grows, firms must look to the future to see how they might become more adaptable and

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