Enterprise Security – How concerned are you?

By Greeshma Suresh on Nov 26, 2015 10:40:40 AM

Earlier this month, we attended one of the biggest tech conferences in Europe, Web Summit. Dubbed the event ‘Where the Tech Worlds Meet’, it was packed with keynotes from some of the biggest names in the industry such as JP Rangaswami from Deutsche Bank, Alan Boehme from the Coca Cola Company, Bill Briggs, CTO of Deloitte and many more, alongside investors and media from around the globe.

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MindLink for Good Offers Secure Mobile Collaboration for Lync and Skype for Business

By Greeshma Suresh on Oct 23, 2015 9:05:28 AM

MindLink, provider of a highly secure, rich messaging and collaboration platform for enterprises, today announced the availability of MindLink for Good, combining the MindLink enterprise chat app with secure container technology by Good Technology™, a leader in secure mobility. The Good-secured app enables MindLink to offer highly secure mobile collaboration communications to Good Technology customers using Microsoft Lync and Skype for Business.

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How the BYOD & Collaboration trends hold the answer to corporate Incident Management

By Joseph Do on Apr 8, 2015 10:36:06 AM

The Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) trend has become commonplace in today’s corporate society, with an increasing number of organisations allowing employees to use their own, pre-approved devices at the office or at home. 

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Enterprise Chat vs Consumer Chat apps – 8 reasons why they are different

By Greeshma Suresh on Aug 28, 2014 10:28:00 AM

Chat – we all do it. Yahoo, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, BBM - the list is endless. Chat is a term that we use every day and has become an integral part of our daily lives regardless of our profiles. Yet why do we chat?

Chatting is in essence communicating, although it doesn’t strictly follow its original definition of “Talking”. Today, chat is all about exchanging information in the form of files, documents, links or simple texts, real-time. Whether you are an individual who uses chat to communicate with your friends and family, or an employee using chat to exchange valuable information across your team, Chat has become the new form of disseminating information and it is rapidly replacing Email - the soon to be obsolete communication tool of the 80s and 90s.

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The 9 Mobility Tactics to Help Your Enterprise COPE

By Annekathrin Hase on Aug 15, 2014 10:56:14 AM

Guest Blog Contribution - by our partner BlackBerry

The days in which the assignment of a corporate-owned mobile device meant all work and no play are over. Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) has evolved to the point where even highly regulated industries now offer the option of allowing workers to use company-issued devices for personal computing and communications activities, such as social media, game playing and other types of digital entertainment. These mobile device and application management advances, along with the rapid acceleration of workforce mobilization and its expected impact on an organization’s ability to secure corporate data residing on an increasingly diverse collection of employee-owned devices, is prompting a surge of interest in complements or alternatives to BYOD.

Topics: Mobility BYOD
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Collaboration Technology and Company Culture: A Chicken and Egg Debate

By Joseph Do on Jul 31, 2014 10:29:27 AM

Introducing any form of new technology into a business will invariably have an impact on the company culture. But should the latter act as the true driver of organisational change? Technology can be a catalyst for change, yet culture has the power to nurture forward-thinking tech adoption and long-term business growth.

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The Art of EMM

By Annekathrin Hase on Jun 19, 2014 10:51:00 AM

A popular refrain ringing through the enterprise mobility community is that IT departments must evolve their mobile management approaches from device centric to app centric. The reasoning is that while mobile devices enable users to do their jobs at any time or from any location, the apps running on those smartphones and tablets are the engines that propel end-user productivity.

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A Fresh Look at Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

By Annekathrin Hase on May 30, 2014 8:45:30 AM

Guest Blog Contribution - by our partner BlackBerry

BYOD is largely a behavior-driven trend. It came about when end-users were driven to utilize their own devices for work due to limitations on the personal use capabilities of corporate-issued devices, as well as privacy concerns. Those users who found corporate-issued smartphones or tablets satisfactory for their “off-duty” communications needs were often turned off by fear that personal information, such as photos and private email accounts, could be deleted or perused by the IT department or other entities within the organization.

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