Exploring Diversity and Inclusion Across Continents: Harmonie Essome

Exploring Diversity and Inclusion Across Continents: Harmonie Essome
Wildix is building a diverse workforce of people around the world. One of the key benefits of our working ethos is that we encourage people to work from anywhere they can, and we also offer a variety of working options. Harmonie Essome is a partner development manager contracted to Wildix Germany via her own company in Dubai. We caught up with her to have a chat on her perspectives on Wildix, Germany and being a black woman in tech.

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WhatsApp: Competing Against “Free”

WhatsApp: Competing Against “Free”
One of the most popular communication apps is WhatsApp, with approximately 2.7 billion monthly users sending 100 billion messages each day. It has permeated most people’s lives. Yet the app is not only being used for personal use. Thousands of businesses use it in combination with other applications, but this has led to huge problems for those who need to remain compliant with laws around transparency. It’s also an issue for MSPs who need to convince businesses that it’s one of the least effective tools for communication.

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Why the Channel Is Critical for Vendors and MSPs

Business team colleagues discussing conference

“They’d tried several vendors, but none of them wanted to do it. Then they came to us. They couldn’t believe someone actually cared.”

These are the words of one of our MSPs based in Canada, talking about a small setup they’d completed in the Caribbean. And it shows how the channel can get things done when major vendors cannot. But what is the channel exactly, and what does it do? More importantly, why is it so vital?

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