Today’s modern workforce has to operate without the limitations of geography, time and device, software or hardware. This means the resources an employee needs have to be available no matter where they are, day or night, or on what device. Greater compatibility and flexibility are part of a growing collaborative environment. This is especially important for small businesses unable to afford the complications that come with the need to integrate solutions from multiple vendors.
One of the key components of this new collaborative world is communications, and the Sprint Global Wireline Business Unit has improved its commitment to business services by giving large, medium and small companies the flexibility they need to be efficient in this ecosystem.
Sprint Global Wireline Business Unit Delivers
Sprint created this unit to address the challenges businesses are facing as new technologies become available at an ever faster pace –, technologies that change the way employees work. The company said its customers will be able to “Adapt quickly to the future of work” with the solutions the Sprint Global Wireline Business Unit will provide.
Sprint is looking to deliver complete communications systems for businesses regardless of how large or small they are with fully integrated solutions for the way they communicate. Using the company’s Global IP/MPLS network as the backbone for wireless and wireline traffic, the company claims it can deliver converged and cloud services in 155 countries around the world.
For small businesses, this type of accessibility means they can have a global reach for the products and services they offer from a single provider. And when it comes to growth, small businesses should be able to scale by integrating hosted and cloud applications across locations and mobile employees.
Some of the services include:
- Mobility, security and management including mobility-as-a-service and enterprise mobility management, unified threat management, DDoS protection, managed 2-factor authentication, and Web protection;
- Unified communications and collaboration including workplace-as-a-service, Google Apps for Work, Microsoft Office 365, Skype for Business and more;
- Mobile workforce management including mobile forms, workforce locator, mobile payment workforce manager and more;
- Fleet, asset and trailer management featuring cargo tracking;
- Business automation, including insurance telematics, mobile point of sale, digital signage and remote monitoring; and
- Sprint enablers including managed security, business continuity, device leasing, managed network solutions and more.
When you look at all the features the Sprint Global Wireline Business Unit delivers, Sprint appears to be providing a nearly complete list of services that are critical for companies operating in today’s highly competitive and dynamic business landscape.
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