NetMotion Wireless Blog

Expanding Our Latin American Reach

Picture of the Mexican flag.

NetMotion Wireless recently announced two new distribution partnerships in Mexico, adding Mobizen and McDougall to our reseller family. The partnerships extend availability for both Mobility and Locality in one of Latin America’s fastest growing enterprise mobility markets. The Mobizen and McDougall agreements are part of our earlier-announced international expansion and enhanced reseller partnership programs. Mexico

Teaser: NetMotion Plans Its Own Apple Announcement

Mobility screenshot showing the software operating on an iPhone and iPad device.

Apple and IBM announced a landmark partnership this week that has been touted as Apple’s entry into the enterprise. While the tie up with Big Blue will certainly give corporate IT departments something to think about, the truth is that – when it comes to devices at least – Apple already claimed the enterprise mobility

NetMotion Wireless Customer Satisfaction Wins Gold


Customer satisfaction is the ultimate benchmark for any company. That’s why NetMotion Wireless is proud to announce that our Customer Satisfaction Program was honored with a Gold Award from Network Products Guide. In 2013, 97% of NetMotion customers rated our technical support at the highest levels of satisfaction, up from 94% in 2009. That’s a

Puget Sound Blood Center Finds Uninterrupted Connectivity with Mobility

Eric Young, a mobile collection technician from the Puget Sound Blood Center, collects blood from Lt.j.g. James Godfrey, stationed at the Marine Corps Security Forces Battalion, during a blood drive held on board Naval Base Kitsap (NBK) Bangor. Each donation a service member makes can potentially save up to three lives. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Chantel M. Clayton.

There are a lot of mobility management solutions available today, and we know our customers have options. That’s why it is so rewarding to hear why our customers choose NetMotion. The Puget Sound Blood Center (PSBC) recently shared why it chose Mobility over a competitive solution from Citrix. PSBC operates 14 mobile blood drive units

Enterprise Endpoint Management for Today and Tomorrow

Mobile Security

Modern enterprises must accept that employee-owned and corporate-sponsored mobile devices need access to corporate networks. With this truth, many begin searching for ways to effectively and securely manage workforce communications. Unfortunately, traditional endpoint management solutions using in-house firewalls are no longer a viable option. To overcome the security challenges of today and the coming future,

Policy Management: Granular Control of Wireless Networks

Policy Management NetMotion Wireless Mobility

Administering a mobile environment is challenging, involving issues above and beyond those encountered in a wired network. Little control or visibility of wireless networks can cause a number of issues. Devices, applications, and data networks that are misused accidentally or deliberately can trigger trouble tickets, waste bandwidth, and hamper workers from doing their jobs. To

Real-time Operational Intelligence: The Next Wave of Mobile Adoption

RtOI Pipeline Map

Real-time Operational Intelligence: The Next Wave of Mobile Adoption Today, the improvement of wireless technologies, like always-on applications and the significantly lowered cost of broadband, has made remotely accessing data no longer a primary issue for field service workers. In fact, today’s workers are faced with a data deluge, with the new challenge becoming how

The Importance of Real-time Data at DistribuTECH 2014

DistribuTECH 2014 Blog Feature

Although a cold and “the cold” attempted to keep me from attending DistribuTECH this year, I eventually found myself exiting the jet way into San Antonio International Airport. Arriving at the show later that day, I learned that more than 10,000 attendees from over 60 countries were attending, making for a busy conference and very long lines for

Why Network Performance Matters

Why Network Performance Matters

When deploying a mobile workforce, special attention must be given to ensure that mobile workers are productive and deployment costs are kept down. While organizations can supply their workers with the latest technology and applications, slowed or lost network connectivity will reduce productivity, increase worker frustration, and can prove to be as costly as not