Cloud computing is by no means a new phenomenon. In the last few years, the cloud has gained widespread popularity amongst SMEs and even large conglomerates facilitating flexibility, not to mention it cuts the cost of hardware and is environmentally friendly.
It’s been exactly a year since the launch of Mindlink’s v3. We released an up to date version earlier this year, in April, focusing on the enhancement of an effortless user experience.
Following the release of the MindLink v3 Product Suite (Version 16.6) during Q2 2016, including both web and mobile clients, MindLink v3 has continuously evolved to maintain its status of providing the leading user experience as an enterprise chat application.
A Forbes study states that 55 per cent of enterprises predict cloud computing will enable new business models. We agree but what is 'the Cloud'? Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Hybrid Cloud....Here is what you need to bear in mind when it comes to your business, your systems and keeping control & security.
London, UK – 16 February 2017 – MindLink™ has launched its latest software release which focuses on bringing more first-rate security features to the enterprise messaging platform.
London, UK – 31 January 2017 – MindLink™, provider of highly secure Chat and Messaging applications for global businesses, announced today the reappointment of Joseph Do as its Chief Executive Officer effective January 2017.
London, UK – 31 January 2017: MindLink, provider of secure Chat Enabled Collaboration (CEC) solutions for global businesses, and Mobco, a leading mobile IT firm in Belgium, have today announced a reselling partnership agreement.
Mobco will be offering secure messaging & chat solutions to its clients to support collaborative working on-the-go. A MobileIron partner with over 6 years’ experience in working with mobile technologies, MindLink’s secure messaging app fits in perfectly with Mobco’s mobile business focus.
What a year it has been! In 2016 the enterprise chat & messaging market has heated up to boiling point. Microsoft launched ‘Teams’ in November, Facebook launched Workplace in October, Slack has raised several hundreds of million in funding and an army of new chat apps have flooded the cloud-messaging market.