You may have read that Deutsche Bank recently banned WhatsApp and other similar products on all employee-owned phones.
That’s good news for NetSfere, our secure enterprise messaging solution.Read More
The Mobile World Congress is rapidly approaching and this year, one of the big stories is secure messaging — specifically, how the latest mobile trends will impact the sharing of data and information across the enterprise.Read More
Across the healthcare sector, clinicians and administrators have abandoned pagers and other outdated technologies in favor of secure messaging platforms that allow employees to instantly share information and files with coworkers.Read More
Last week, WhatsApp made the kind of news that causes a CEO to cringe. A security researcher at the University of California discovered a backdoor in WhatsApp that Facebook (WhatsApp’s parent company) and others can use to read encrypted messages.Read More
For those tracking NetSfere’s fast growth and the evolving feature set, here’s something you’ll like.
We’ve just extended our award-winning secure enterprise messaging platform to allow for secure communications between people who work at different organizations.Read More
Growing brands recognize that the customer is king. Across all industries, memorable and exceptional customer experiences are replacing price, purchase history and other variables as drivers of customer acquisition and loyalty.Read More
It wasn’t too long ago that I was writing in my Wireless Week column about how happy I was that the U.S. Court of Appeals had upheld its decision on Net neutrality, allowing the Internet to remain free and open.Read More
With the recent release of Facebook Workplace, the social media giant made its first major foray into the workplace, offering a tool that promises to make work a more productive and collaborative experience.Read More
There are many tech leaders who are skeptical of awards. I’m not one of them.
Those who believe award submissions are a waste of time and money pin that view on two key arguments, neither of which hold much water, in my opinion.Read More
If a tech company starts out serving a consumer market, can they later transition to the enterprise market?
Based on what I’ve seen, it’s an uphill battle. Right now, as I write this, I have numerous competitors trying to make the transition.Read More