Enterprises can now roll out Lua even more quickly across an entire organization by seamlessly connecting their existing setup to Lua’s built-in directory.
As smart phones and tablets proliferate, the number of personal devices allowed to be connected to the corporate network is growing due to perceived cost savings and productivity gains.
Jennifer Schiff from CIO Magazine highlights the implementation of mobile communication tools as one way a sales team leader can raise the effectiveness of his team, and gets Michael’s view on the traits of a good solution:
Are you finding it tough to keep up with customers wanting services and responses right away? You’re not alone. In a new Forbes piece, Michael touches on the new level of customer expectation brought about by the instant gratification economy
Michael writes on CMSWire about how businesses can cope with the instantaneity of customer feedback today.
Lua’s work with the Special Olympics in Vancouver was recently featured by Betakit. The article discusses the difficulties in communication that the event staff faced, and how they used mobile-first communication to get things done in Vancouver:
The line between “personal” and “corporate” phone use is getting increasingly blurred. Should a company cover its employees’ phone plans if they’re using their own phones for work?
Michael writes on Forbes about the rise and fall in the cost of enterprise storage, and the growing importance of storage being not just storage, but a system of file distribution and sharing with collaboration and communication involved.