Whether you’re a developer, a departmental head or member of the C-Suite, there is no better place to check out the latest happenings in the unified communications community than at Enterprise Connect. With over 60 conference sessions, keynotes and sessions from industry experts and over 180 exhibitors, Enterprise Connect attendees gain a broad and unique perspective that allows them to go back home with a stronger network and armed with the knowledge necessary to help your business outpace the competition.
As mobile phone ownership, dependency, and its use in making payments continues to grow, so does the likelihood that users will fall victim to mobile malware. Therefore, as a mobile app developer, knowing how to protect your apps from digital threats is crucial. Malware attacks on smartphones are believed to have started in 2004. Over the years, and especially from 2011 on, different types of malware threats have been developed to extract personal data and make money from unsuspecting users.
Terms such as free software, open source, freeware, and shareware are commonly used in mobile app development. As much as most of these terms may sound the same, they refer to very different things. This article will address the main differences between the terms so you can make the best choice for your own apps.
Among the industries that have seen immense potential to add value from the incorporation of cutting-edge technologies, few have done so better than the healthcare sector. In fact, the telehealth industry—a combination of telecommunications technology and healthcare processes—has already demonstrated disruptive capabilities in the healthcare market in recent years.
As you are probably aware, many consumers these days prefer not to get on the phone with a business, and email open rates typically hover around just 30%. When a business lacks the ability to communicate efficiently with their consumers, it can turn into disgruntled customers and poor online reviews that can severely impact the bottom line. That’s why businesses are turning to Zang.