Sprint is offering businesses the chance to add an extra line to employees’ BYOD phones via a new partnership with Movius.
Sprint (NYSE: S) today announced it has selected Movius as its cloud-based platform that will soon give unprecedented flexibility to businesses by enabling them to add a second line to employees’ business or personal wireless devices (BYOD).
The fourth largest mobile operator in the US, Sprint has selected Movius as its cloud-based platform that will enable businesses to add a second line to employees’ business or personal wireless devices (BYOD).
The partnership with Movius is set to support plans for Sprint to offer a cloud-based second line for enterprise customers beginning this year.
The addition of each new communication device to the enterprise ecosystem is one more technology organizations have to deal with.
Today we announced that we are teaming up with Sprint to deliver a second-line service for the enterprise.
New Movius App Supports Multiple Lines on One Device; New Analytics Platform Provides Granular Insights into Voice, Text and Data Usage
Today, we’re excited to announce the brand-new Movius app for iOS and Android, with multi-line device support, a new and improved Movius Management Portal, and more detailed analytics for enterprise users.
There are three business models that are the most prevalent for mobile solutions: BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), CYOD (Choose Your Own Device) and COPE (Corporate-Owned, Personally Enabled.)
Halloween might remind us of supernatural things that scare us, but for a business owners, IT managers and CIOs, there are many natural things that employees do on your dime that may strike terror in your heart.
CIOReview has just announced its 20 most promising BYOD solution providers for 2016, and all of us here at Movius are thrilled to be included on the list.
This is the fifth in a series of blog posts that seek to dispel commonly-held myths about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).
We know implementing BYOD can be a complex process and if you’re like most people, you probably have lots of questions. With that in mind, here are a few of the stories we found this month to help answer your questions in our content roundup series.
Myth #4 = BYOD will be difficult to implement, because my employees will fear that “Big Brother” is watching.
This is the fourth in a series of blog posts that seek to dispel commonly-held myths about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).