Rich UC on Mobile
Enterprise Policy Control
The idea of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy for mobile phones has a lot of appeal for many companies.
You can give employees the choice of using their own mobile phones, so training costs are minimized because employees are using devices they already know and love. Employee reachability and productivity are advanced by always-on mobility. Plus the responsibility for device support generally falls to the employees’ service providers or device makers, under their contracts.
If you manage communications or information technology for a mobile workforce, then you know the headaches that can bring.
Users have trouble with configuring and managing mobile phones and need a lot of hand-holding and support.
We’re in a cord-cutting world when it comes to communications.
We’re cutting the cord at home. In the US, more households now have only mobile phones than have wireline phones.