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toll free
Blog Tim on TEM

Ask the Telecom Pro – January 2020

Q: Are toll free numbers still in demand?  A: Toll free numbers have been used in the United States since the 1960s and demand for numbers continues to grow as customers seek vanity numbers that represent their...

information technology
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How Today’s Information Technology is Shaping Your Tomorrow

Your organization is only as valuable as your information technology enables it to be. And this trend shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon. Data is what’s fueling your pricing, your profitability, and you...

last mile
Blog Tim on TEM

5G: Eliminating Last Mile Constraints

The last mile has long been a networking juggernaut. The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), Wide-Area Networks (WANs), and Local-Area Networks (LANs) each suffer from the challenge of distributing the fu...

payment terms
Blog Tim on TEM

Ask the Telecom Pro – November 2019

Q: Are payment terms negotiable with telecom carriers? A: Yes. When negotiating payment terms and conditions for carrier and other vendor contracts, consider everything eligible for negotiation; there are no ha...

blockchain technology
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Blockchain Technology: Beyond Financial Data

AOTMP® interviewed Chris Simandl, Owner of TEMteam, Co-Founder of Peertech, and COO at Air to provide expert analysis of blockchain and what this new technology could mean for the future of the Telecom industry...

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Ask the Telecom Pro: TEM/EMM Vendors & MDM Software

Q:  Can TEM vendors support EMM effectively? A:  Telecom Expense Management (TEM) vendors may have Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) capabilities. Often, the capabilities are in the form of Managed Mobility ...

Blog

Meet the World’s Most Secure Messaging App

With total end-to-end encryption, Signal Private Messenger is the most secure messaging app to date. While total privacy is highly desired, enterprises may want a version that gives them oversight of the messag...

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Why MDM is Migrating to EMM

Mobile Device Management (MDM) was created to manage those pesky new mobile devices, but the need for MDM quickly grew. Today, organizations need a similar solution to protect their laptops, smartphones, tablet...