BYOD Here to Stay, But Organizations Must Adapt

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) represents a sea change not only in the IT industry but in the wider business world, revolutionizing the way organizations operate and how employees work. While BYOD presents some challenges, it is effectively ushering in a new era of flexibility and efficiency that far outweighs the short-term logistical issues. Read this white paper and know how to reap the benefits of BYOD for your organization.

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Monitoring How Your Assets Use Energy

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To stay competitive in a rapidly changing market, organizations need to incorporate asset management capabilities that optimize not only their assets’ availability, performance, and quality, but also their energy consumption. Read this white paper to discover how adding an energy consumption component to your company's asset management systems can lead to big reductions in energy usage, a quick return on investment, and improved environmental conditions, as well as increased shareholder value and... Read More

Finance Is Changing Fast, Can Your Apps Keep Up?

The finance field undergoes rapid changes—and financial organizations must be able to adapt to those changes at lightning speed in order to stay one step ahead of the competition. They must also be able to foresee customer needs and address them before them the competitors do, otherwise they risk losing their fickle clients.

Additionally, customers expect their financial institutions to be readily accessible at all times and for them to be able to conduct their financial transactions reliably... Read More

Five Questions About the Use of Text Messaging for Collections

The mobile phone has become the primary communications device for many people, and text messaging is a key channel. Eighty-three percent of text messages are opened within three minutes, yet few collections organizations leverage the power of this channel. Many collectors have questions about incorporating text messaging into their strategies and how to ensure they stay in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

In order to contact a debtor on their mobile phone, do you need to... Read More

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Securing Mobile Apps in a BYOD World

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The next wave of exploiting the power of mobile devices involves the apps that run on them. Increasingly, enterprise IT organizations will be under pressure to build or purchase mobile apps that meet the requirements of enterprise employees and business units. Firms will need security that can span multiple devices and heterogeneous IT systems and provides protection for the devices and their data. For most organizations, a scarcity of resources for mobile app development and the lack of mobile... Read More
 
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