Publication date: July 2018 The annual Tangoe User Conference, or Tangoe LIVE, took place in May 2018 and featured the official launch of Tangoe Atlas – the main key to Tangoe’s strategy. Tangoe Atlas is the latest SaaS platform from a vendor that has collected about 20 different platforms over the years through various acquisitions. Over the next two years, Tangoe intends to move all customers to one of three TEM systems – Tangoe Atlas, Tangoe Asentinel or Tangoe Rivermine – and then, within five years, have everyone using Tangoe Atlas.
This report provides information for, and analysis of, enterprise-side perspectives and expectations regarding existing and emerging ecosystems for mobile app development. It targets enterprise priorities for mobile app services and capabilities and adds actionable insight into enterprises’ understanding of agile app development in the following areas: mobility, micro apps, no- and low -code approaches, and the move to cloud-based ecosystems for delivery.
Attacks can come in various forms: simple but costly business disruption; identity and technology theft; industrial espionage and more. Old security tools no longer work. This report considers whether cloud-based security offers the right path to replacing the old tools.
An enterprise’s corporate mobility strategy impacts every aspect of EMM, from security protocols to app development to devices.
As vendors build solutions that use leading-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and natural language processing, enterprises want to know how to benefit from those capabilities. This report builds on The Short-Term Futures of TEM and MMS and answers that question for enterprises. It also explores how TEM and MMS vendors are supporting the aforementioned technologies.
This report contains actual AOTMP case studies that highlight the critical role the telecom/mobility/technology management department should play in contributing to organization-wide success.
This report assesses the pulse of businesses relative to what enterprises understand about IoT, creating a baseline for enterprise IoT readiness and willingness to engage in IoT deployments over the next several years.
Telecom management vendors offer different ways to deploy their products – through technology-only, host-and-load, managed services, full business-process outsourcing, and so on. This Analyst Perspective report explores the various models and also dives into what enterprises are doing the most. That way, their peers can compare and contrast approaches and best practices and figure out whether they need to make adjustments.
The number and variation of responsibilities facing telecom, mobility, and technology management professionals continue to grow. No longer does the job surround only fixed and mobile networks – now it includes IT, cloud, unified communications, the onboarding and offboarding of employees and more. In other words, technology management demands more expertise than ever before. These constant changes put the onus on the enterprise to team with a technology management vendor that evolves as quickly as, if not faster than, the customer. After all, the issue is not solely about saving money – rather, it is about encompassing and managing the enterprise’s digital footprint, especially as it grows and transforms. Partnering with such a vendor accomplishes a couple of important aims. Download this whitepaper to learn how Cimpl helps Businesses Manage the Enterprise Digital Footprint. As the company extends capabilities into the U.S., it’s touting its message that it goes far beyond just telecom expense management.
This Market Landscape report evaluates how enterprises are faring with some of the 30 core telecom management activities laid out in the Efficiency First® Framework. Enterprises and vendors should use this research to determine their status, and adopt and align to, respectively, proven best practices that elevate the telecom/mobility/technology management industry.