A big concern for many enterprises is the Bring Your Own Device model and its implications. Download TEMIA's BYOD Dos and Don'ts paper, RFP template and and other resource material to create a BYOD strategy and policy that meets your enterprise goals.
TEMIA is an association of executives from service and high technology companies that share a common vision for improving the way enterprises forecast, budget, acquire and pay for their communications services. We collaborate to develop standards for code of conduct, technical requirements and to present a forum for discussing and building the future of our industry. Here, you can join us in creating the future of the TEM, WEM and MDM industry. Join us TODAY.Read More
Members bring over $61 billion of telecommunications expenses under management. Our members focus on Telecommunications Management, TEM, WEM, MDM, MMS and other related areas. Together, we educate market participants, set industry standards, identify best practices and provide opportunities for peer networking. Learn more about TEMIA.Read More
Etelesolv will be unveiling the future of IT and technology expense management in a “Vision Webinar.” Registration is now open. This webinar includes
• Why poor management of technological assets will lead to companies overpaying on IT by 10 to 25%.
• Why Technology asset management needs constant innovation to keep pace with the evolution of technology.
• Christopher Thierry, President of Etelesolv, will share his vision of the future of technology management.
The California BYOD ruling exposes what I have long considered the soft underbelly of BYOD ... The court ruling is not a death call for BYOD... It is a molehill, but even a molehill can be quite costly to your business. Read the blog from Blue Hill Research to learn who the ruling will really hit and more.
One challenge for organizations that are evaluating solutions is that engagements vary from one client to the next. While it is good to see the industry focus on meeting individual clients needs, tailoring of a solution and lack of standards that results from firms that offer a tailored solution can lead to confusion. Acronyms and industry terms are used and people often just assume that everyone understands what they mean. TEMIA has begun an Industry Terms Blog to help address these challenges. As part of the effort to bring our indsutry together, before TEMIA publishes a post, it seeks feedback from members. In addition, TEMIA dues paying members are encouraged to post these blogs on their websites. Visit Industry Terms Now.