Earlier this month, Google announced a new Chrome browser add-on dubbed End-to-End, which is designed to make email more secure. While some media reports trumpeted the move as an attempt to “fly in the face of the National Security Agency”, most reported it simply as an added layer of security for messages delivered via the Internet.
This week, Gartner released the 2014 Magic Quadrant results in the new Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) category. In past years, Gartner called this category “MDM”, or mobile device management, and the name change signals Gartner’s view that the category has evolved from a point solution to a more comprehensive platform.
Breezy, the leading provider of secure mobile device print solutions, will be showcasing its MobileIron AppConnect secure mobile printing solution during the fourth annual MobileIron Mobile First User Conference June 17-20 at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco.
Whether you work in a small business, a growing mid-size business, or a large enterprise, protecting your business from cyber threats can seem like a daunting task. A smaller business may not need the robust protections required for an enterprise, but regardless of the size of your business there are five basic steps that are absolutely essential.
As you work to enable mobile productivity, have you thought about what happens to the paper-based portions of your workflow? For many companies, unsecured apps downloaded by employees seeking to print from their mobile devices can pose a significant mobile security issue.
Breezy has been named as one of CIOReview's Top 10 Enterprise Print Management Solution Providers for 2014. The annual list of companies was selected by a panel of experts and members of CIOReview's editorial board to recognize and promote technology entrepreneurship and value-add solutions to the enterprise printing market.
The world’s leading mobile management platform & the leading secure mobile printing provider team up to eliminate common mobile printing security risks for businesses of any size.
Box is an online file sharing and cloud content management service that has become one of the fastest-growing technology companies ever to have adopted a freemium business model, with up to 50 GB of free storage for personal accounts, and paid business accounts with larger file capacities. Until recently, however, to securely print a file stored on Box, users had to download it to a computer or mobile device, and print from the local device instead of the cloud.
When the smartphone first appeared on the market, circa 1997, printer manufacturers worried that mobile devices would eventually make all forms of printing obsolete. It seemed as if the long-awaited paperless office might become a reality as people explored new ways to share digital information.
When HP, Samsung, Xerox and Canon banded together late last year to create the Mopria Alliance standards for making it easier to print from mobile devices, journalists and analysts said it was an effort to return printing to relevancy. And when top software vendors started joining the alliance, journalists wrote about an “explosion” of new printing uses.