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Seven years ago, my suit pockets overflowed with phones. I had a mobile for work and a mobile for home, plus chargers for both. A ringing mobile device often solicited multiple pats until I located the right culprit. Now, I carry only one phone that does double duty for work and personal communications.
The number of mobile devices in the world is increasing as an incredible rate. It seems that smart phones and tablets are becoming so common that it's more odd to see someone without one. When you try to incorporate that device into your organization, use it to do your work, or just keep in touch with your colleagues, you're also adding to the headaches your IT team has to deal with.
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The VA is awarding a mobile device management contract for 100,000 devices. The main concerns for the VA include the ability to:
I bet you’re wondering what Biscom and the 2012 Summer Olympics have in common. Well, with mobile users and mobile applications on the rise, supporting telecommunication needs will become increasingly challenging, especially during world events such as the Olympics. Thinking back to Beijing four years ago, this article puts it into perspective: “smartphones were a rarity, “iPad” wasn’t a word heard outside of Apple, and Facebook was something just a few college kids used.”
On April 24 Biscom particpated in the 10th Annual Legal CIO Forum as a sponsor for the second year. The Forum, attended by more than 35 AmLaw 200 CIOs, covered topics and panel discussions relating to the critical challenges facing law firm IT leaders in the post-downturn market. Based upon the presentations and conversations, here are some of the most prominent trends and ideas that surfaced at the CIO Forum:
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