A global agency had successfully communicated internally for decades. That is, until a technical issue began causing difficulties with its European file-sharing process.
A global pharmaceutical company, nearing the end of a standard refresh cycle, had to deploy and manage 720 new Dell Latitudes for its R&D division.
This airline was preparing to replace more than 10,000 older Apple iPads during a refresh of each pilot’s device, and knew reselling the older models could help it pay down the cost of new [...]
SHI’s Customer Innovation Center (CIC) was developed to help customers embrace innovation and simplify technological complexity. In the year since it opened, there have been more than 1,400 [...]
Until recently, enterprises buying iPhones had to do so through the carriers the phones would operate on. But now, unlocked iPhones are available, and this multinational financial institution saw [...]
When you’re in the back of an ambulance, you want your EMTs to have the newest, most reliable, most easy-to-use technology. You don’t want clunky computers and tablets from 10 years ago, and you [...]
Sometimes, you’re just due for an upgrade. That sounds like a routine process, but when you’re a huge supply company spanning the country, things can get extremely complicated. In one [...]
It’s a bricks-and-mortar retail reality: You can’t stock everything, and that means you lose sales when a customer is looking for a style or color you don’t have. This is the story of how [...]
Datacate, a regional colocation provider, was recently in the market for new colocation space, but had strict requirements: Space had to come at the right price, but timing was the wrinkle. The [...]
A small project for a large organization is often nothing of the sort. One recent example is a large national retailer’s plan to deploy 8,500 tablets to 600 stores. As part of a mobility push, [...]