Clients tell us daily how Lua has helped their organizations be better at what they do: saving time, improving coordination, perfecting guest experience, and more. However, in today’s data-driven business world, it’s not enough to just point to anecdotes Advertisements
Smartphones have become ubiquitous in the workplace, and while they have helped boost employee productivity and mobility, they present a brand new set of enterprise security challenges.
Here at Lua, we really pride ourselves on our client support.
Do you allow smartphone usage for work? Odds are your employees have been using a consumer app for quick communication out of convenience,
“Too much email!” That’s a common complaint heard around the office, and it’s true. Email is a communication tool that everyone is used to, but nobody loves.
Microsoft Lync, recently rebranded as Skype for Business, is a traditional name in the unified communications space. Lync strives to unite a range of communication channels: instant messaging, calling, video conferencing, the software and the hardware.
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.