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The Enterprise Mobility Blog

Comment, discussion and analysis of enterprise mobility trends from industry-leading experts.

Discover the latest opinion, thinking and industry comment from our dedicated enterprise mobility experts. Forward thinking by nature, the CommonTime blog is the place to learn about process-driven design, the latest technology and solutions to the most challenging enterprise problems.

Reflections & Observations from BCI World 2017

Well, what a couple of days it’s been at the BCI World 2017 conference in London. This was a first for the...

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CommonTime to Exhibit at BCI World 2017

On November 7th 2017, CommonTime will unveil an early preview of our new Crisis Centre mass notification...

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[Podcast] Should Businesses Pay £1,000 Per Smartphone?

In this edition of the CommonTime podcast, regulars Matt Bracewell and Andy Brinkworth are joined by UI/UX...

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[Report] Pagers in the NHS: The Cost of Ageing Comms Channels

Pagers, as a communication tool, reached the peak of their popularity in 1994. At that point in time,...

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The Role of Technology in the Disaster Management Cycle

Preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation. The four widely accepted steps of the disaster management...

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Crisis Centre - A Reliable, Secure Mass Notification System

The future of mass notification is mobile and it is personal. Every company has a duty of care to...

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10 Key Considerations for Effective Emergency Procedures

Every organisation has a responsibility to safeguard its employees and deliver the highest possible duty...

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5 Minute Walkthrough: Intelligent Paging for Teams

Intelligent Paging for Teams is revolutionary new way to communicate time-critical and urgent messages to...

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[Interview] Improving Business Continuity with Mobile Apps

A disaster recovery strategy lives and dies on the efficiency of communication between command centres and...

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