Savvy enterprises ‘already strategising’ their use of IoT in the 5G era

5G went live across six cities in the UK at the end of May, with a limited area roll-out by network operator EE. 5G-supported devices so far include the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, Samsung Galaxy Fold, the Oppo Reno 5G and the LG V50 ThinQ.

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SOTI extends Android Enterprise on Zebra devices

Over the past decade, SOTI and Zebra have had a long partnership working together to meet the enterprise mobility needs of organisations worldwide.

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SOTI claims to be the first to combine mobility and IoT management with the introduction of Linux support

SOTI has announced the first Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution to manage mixed mobility and IoT deployments, with the introduction of support for Linux. This is part of the newest update to the company’s flagship EMM product, SOTI MobiControl, available from October 31, 2017.

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Fashion retailer KIABI zips into SOTI to manage mobile inventory control, stock transfers and deliveries

Fashion retailer KIABI has announced that its technology partnership with SOTI, a provider of mobile and IoT device management solutions, is now ‘runway-ready’. The provider of ‘ready to wear’ clothing in France, signed up to use SOTI’s integrated mobility platform, which is claimed to have been making inroads with fashion retailers globally.

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SOTI launches new approach to business-critical mobility and IoT management solutions

SOTI, a provider of mobile and IoT device management solutions, has launched the SOTI ONE platform, a suite of tightly integrated solutions.

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How to avoid being lost in the IoT ‘explosion’

IoT is having a profound effect on business. According to Jordan O’Connor, technical lead EMEA at SOTI, 57% of all global businesses have adopted IoT practices and 72% of those believe their company is more profitable since embracing IoT.

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Making business sense out of Internet of Things data

The potential benefit IoT can bring to an economy is growing at a rapid pace: recent figures show big data and IoT together are expected to generate £322 billion (US$ 456.41 billion) in revenue for the UK economy from 2015 to 2020 alone.

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