HR foots the bill for 60% of corporate mobile spend
Date added: 7 October 2010
- taken from ITWeb, 7 October 2010
The common corporate practice of financing a portion of employee mobile communications spend through HR is costing companies time and money. This commonplace business process is easier for corporates to implement, and to date there is no alternative practice in place.
Using accredited service providers helps corporate mind their communications infrastructure
Date added: 3 September 2010
- taken from ITWeb, 3 September 2010
Communications infrastructure represents a significant investment for any business. However, risks such as unchecked technology add-ons or quick fix solutions threaten the functionality of the telecoms environment.
Use of mobile communications in government needs to be managed to curb unnecessary expenditure
Date added: 25 August 2010
- taken from ITWeb, 25 August 2010
The latest research by Unison Communications reveals that between 47%-63% of government communication budgets are spent on cellphone communication. On average, mobile rates are 50% more expensive than fixed-line rates, which leaves the South African taxpayer footing the bill for expensive mobile calls.
Cheaper telecommunications costs do not result in long-term savings
Date added: 8 June 2010
- taken from ITWeb, 8 June 2010
Companies continue to spend billions of rands on voice and data communications; however, they are under a common misconception: that they are getting a reduction in cost from service providers who promise cheaper prices.
Identify telephone abusers to cut production costs
Date added: 12 May 2010
- taken from The Star Workplace, 17 June 2009
Retrenchments are on the up in these difficult economic times and caring organizations are looking at ways of keeping as many people employed as possible. And the only way to do this effectively is to cut production costs wherever possible.