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Gone are the old days of fleet management using paper schedules, complicated spreadsheets, and other unreliable methods. Freight and shipping requirements today are far more complex, which makes fleet management more difficult and expensive. However, this doesn’t have to be the case. eSquared Communication Consulting is equipping organizations with fleet management and advanced industry tools that achieve a variety of goals, including reduced costs, increased fleet productivity, and regulatory compliance. To do this, we partner

Saying Goodbye to 2G and 3G

Posted by Dani Thompson on  March 2, 2021

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EXTRA! EXTRA! Read all about it—SHUTDOWNS ARE COMING! It won’t be long until 2G and 3G network devices become a thing of the past. The inevitable end is near, but before you put this collection of obsolete technology in the rearview mirror, it’s important to educate yourself on the emerging trends of 4G LTE and 5G. 2G/3G Sunset—The Rise of 4G LTE and 5G Technology New cellular plans affect companies all over the world. Mobile

Signs of Mobile Malware

Posted by Dani Thompson on  February 24, 2021

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Smartphones are thought of as an ‘essential’ in today’s world. We work from them, pay bills from them, and store personal information on them. Our mobile devices and downloaded applications often have access to our location, banking, and other private data. As the workforce has become more remote, company information is also being stored. Hackers have kept pace with the technology trends and are zeroing in on our mobile devices. So, what is malware and what can you do about it? Keep reading for all the answers!  What is mobile malware?  Malware or ‘malicious software’, is designed to control and
Software deployment can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. In many software development projects, deployment is often the overlooked final step. You want your end user to have a device that’s ready to go right out of the box. But to get there, you need to jump through several hoops. First, purchasing mobile devices and activating them. Then, loading your app, installing MDM, updating the OS, and configuring settings. The final step is
You will be hard-pressed to find a job these days that doesn’t use technology or some sort of mobile device. With remote work on the rise, there’s a bigger question to answer; Provide devices to your team or have them bring their own personal device? Which is the right call? Many are not choosing BYOD and here’s why.   What is BYOD?  Bring your own device (BYOD) refers to when employees use their personal devices to connect to their organizational networks, systems, apps, etc. This