With all the industry buzz around BYO programs for businesses, it can be hard to know which to choose. With more employees working remotely than ever before, BYO is not going away any time soon, and seems to be growing more in popularity by the day. One device program that is gaining more adopters is what is called COPE, or Corporate Owned, Personally Enabled. As a hybrid between BYOD and Corporate owned device programs, COPE allows employees to use company owned devices for personal activities including social sites, e-mail, and calls while mitigating risks and lowering costs for the employer. This is a win-win for everyone, especially the company because of the hard and soft savings benefits of the program. The company lowers the cost of IT, licensing, security, maintenance, and even the cost of the plans and phones themselves.
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More mobile devices are being used by corporations than ever. Beyond simple calling there are many new applications emerging all the time. Also, its likely that a significant proportion of your employees use more than one mobile device. Some recent mobile applications include:
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Calero-MDSL Gains Acceptance onto the UK G-Cloud 12 Framework UK Government Organizations Enabled with Cost Savings Solutions
Calero-MDSL, a leader in the high-growth Technology Expense Management (TEM) software space, announced today that it has gained acceptance onto the UK government’s G-Cloud 12 Framework. Now on its 12th iteration, the G-Cloud Framework has opened up the market to IT suppliers of all sizes, enabling the UK government to more easily make the right technology and services investments from the right providers at the right price.