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What Uber Got Wrong (and Right) About Secure Enterprise Messaging

Uber execs are under fire for using an encrypted chat app that allows users to automatically “disappear” messages. Although the company was smart to use encrypted messaging, it also made some mistakes – and Uber’s example provides important lessons for other enterprises interested in a more secure way to share information and data.

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Employees’ Use of Consumer Messaging Apps Is a Ticking Time Bomb for Enterprises

Mobile messaging is must-have technology for communication and productivity in the workplace. But the use of consumer messaging apps in the enterprise is at an all-time high, creating major risks and challenges for organizations across a range of industries.

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Understanding Why Deutsche Bank Banned All Messaging on Corporate-Owned Phones

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.

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5 Predictions for Mobile World Congress 2017

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.

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Healthcare Messaging Trends to Watch at HIMSS 2017

Across the healthcare sector, clinicians and administrators have abandoned pagers and other outdated technologies in favor of secure messaging platforms that allow employees to instantly share information and files with coworkers.

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Anurag Lal

Anurag Lal

With more than 25 years of leadership and operating experience in technology, mobile, SaaS, cloud and telecom services, Anurag Lal is a recognized mobile technology authority and high tech entrepreneurship thought leader.

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