Studies show that a worker with mobile email can convert an average of an hourís downtime into productive working minutes. Itís therefore crucial that businesses make the most of this extra efficiency, and as prices have come down so dramatically over the last few years, everyone can now reap the rewards of mobile email.
There are so many factors involved, it's vital that you partner with someone you can trust to give you excellent technical advice and expertise on the right device and solution for your business.
Which platform is best for your business depends entirely on the individual needs of your business and the capabilities of your IT infrastructure. Focus mobile will be able to discuss these requirements with you in detail, as all mobiles sales staff are fully trained in the requisite areas.
Unified World Communications are independent, so itís natural that we have every type of handset and solution available to our customers. Whether itís Blackberry or Android, iPhone or Windows Mobile, we can give the information and unbiased advice you need to make the right informed decision for your business.
Office 365 frees you to work wherever you choose, helping you deal with important requests right away, from any location. With the ability to access email and documents from your mobile, you don't need to run to the office or seek a WiFi hot spot.
And, if you're travelling without access to Microsoft Office, Office 365 helps you view and edit documents from the most popular web browsers on PCs and Macs, laptops and notebooks, so you can respond quickly to avoid critical delays.
Well its been just over a year since Nokia got into bed with Microsoft and produced the first Nokia/Windows phones. 12 months later, and lessons learned, Nokia have released 2 new Lumia’s based in Windows 8, the Lumia 820 and 920.
Based on the same Windows 8 operating system that runs on your desktop, the Nokia Lumia 820 is the second of Nokia’s two new Windows phones. It’s the neglected sibling of the flagship Lumia 920, and is barely mentioned in Nokia’s presentations. But why?