As an authorized reseller of IBM’s MaaS360 Mobile Device Management product we are pleased that it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. as a Leader in the Enterprise Mobility Management Suites Magic Quadrant for its ability to execute and completeness of vision. Follow this link to the IBM press release. The IBM MaaS360 platform enables […]
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC), Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) , Choose Your Own Device (CYOD), Bring Your Own App (BYOA), Corporately Owned Personally Enabled (COPE). Trendy acronyms and hype aside the fact is that mobility and cloud services are changing the way we work and IT organizations must adapt. […]
I’m honoured to be presenting at Telecom 2013 being held in Toronto on Oct. 29th & 30th. My topic will be on how to manage and secure BYOD. Look forward to spending some time with my friends and colleagues.
The following is a re-post of an article that I wrote on UC in April of 2008. What is Unified Communications? Ask that question to 50 different people and without a doubt you will get 50 different and diverging replies. Even among industry professionals, hardware and software vendors, and industry analysts there is no consensus on definition. […]Industry Perspective
One of the most popular posts in my previous blog was an article I wrote on SIP Trunking in November of 2007. In the post, I listed the differences and advantages of SIP Trunking over PRI. I also indicated that there would be “very few, if any, new PRI circuit deployments in Canadian urban locations, within five […]ip trunking, pri, PSTN, sip trunking
The CRTC is inviting comments and suggestions on a Draft Wireless Code for Canada’s wireless industry. The public can participate in a hearing that begins February 11, 2013 and they will be accepting input until February 15th. The CRTC initially asked the public for comments on the draft process last fall and the Canadian public has responded. […]CRTC, Mobility, wireless
My initial thoughts were that sure, the launch of the new devices might be enough to prevent some existing BlackBerry business users from jumping ship, and perhaps convince others that already had, to climb back aboard but the new products would have no appeal to the general consumer market. As the result of my research, […]BB10, BlackBerry, Mobility, Research in Motion, RIM, wireless
It was about five years ago, shortly after the release of the first iPhone that I first became familiar with the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend. Of course, the term hadn’t been coined yet but one of my clients was asking for guidance on how to control what was happening in his organization. As […]BYOD, Mobility