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    • Texting. Smartphones. Tablets. Oh my! Business Communications in a Mobile World
      Texting. Smartphones. Tablets. Oh my! Business Communications in a Mobile World Melanie Turek - Frost & Sullivan; Adam Fishman - Lyft; Nisha Ahluwalia - RingCentral Recorded: Mar 4 2015 8:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • A lot has changed in the way we communicate for business. A decade ago, most organizations had employees who came to the office every day, used desktop computers and desk phones, and stopped communicating for work when they went home.

      Today, people communicate for work anywhere, anytime, and on any device. Per Forrester, sixty-six percent of employees use two or more mobile devices for work. And according to Frost & Sullivan, nearly 25 percent of employees work from home or the road. What’s more, the desk phone is not the only business device. Based on a RingCentral survey, 35 percent of employees are using their mobile phones for work even when they are in the office. And nearly 80 percent of employees text for business, with 32 percent reporting that they’ve even closed a business deal via text.

      Even with these undeniable business behavior changes, the vast majority of companies haven’t optimized their communications infrastructure for mobile workforces or BYOD.

      Join this webinar to get ahead of the pack and learn the benefits of a cloud communications solution that supports the new world of work.

      •Understand the trends driving mobility and behavior changes in the work place, with Melanie Turek, VP of Research for Enterprise Communication & Collaboration, Frost & Sullivan.
      •Get the real story from a business that has addressed their mobility needs first hand from Adam Fishman, director of growth and operations for Lyft, a community ride-sharing service.
      •Hear how a cloud communications solution is addressing several challenges businesses face in the new work world from Nisha Ahluwalia, VP of product marketing at RingCentral.

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    • Don’t let Smartphones Kill your PKI Security Strategy
      Don’t let Smartphones Kill your PKI Security Strategy Gregory Vigroux, Enterprise Mobility Expert at Gemalto Recorded: May 23 2017 3:00 pm UTC 51 mins
    • Half of businesses admit security is their biggest concern to increasing user mobility. Securing enterprise mobility has been an ongoing and arduous topic for IT security professionals. Maintaining high-assurance security, while offering access to company resources to an on-the-go workforce has become a balancing act. So much so, a third of businesses actually prevent employee access to company resources via mobile. This is likely not a long term or sustainable solution to the problem.

      So how do you find a compromise that won’t kill your security strategy? There are currently many technologies from derived credentials to mobile PKI. IT professionals are feeling the pressure to find a viable, user friendly, easy-to-deploy and secure options. In this webinar, we will discuss the current solutions in-depth and how they impact your current IT security policies. Attendees will learn more about:
      -Software-based security versus hardware-based security
      -How this impacts your back-end systems
      -Technology such as derived credentials and mobile PKI
      -Implementing a mobile PKI solution

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    • Simplified email data security for mobile smartphones and tablets
      Simplified email data security for mobile smartphones and tablets David Strom, networking and communications expert & Mark Schweighardt, Director product management, Voltage Security Recorded: Jul 12 2012 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Legacy approaches to securing email communications usually leave a lot to be desired or just plain don’t work, with usability being the number one barrier to adoption. They also require complex configuration files, key management, administration and provisioning – not to mention the multiple end-user steps to access encrypted emails and attachments. In many cases, inconsistent delivery methods even from a single solution results in clunky or unusable experience for mobile users.

      But what if your mobile users could send and read encrypted email on leading iOS, Android, and Blackberry devices using the native experience without the hassle of web browsers, managing certificates, or awkward proxy servers? What if you could manage granular email data protection policies across corporate and personal mobile devices, both inside and outside the enterprise, from a unified console?

      Join David Strom, expert on networking and communications technologies, and Mark Schweighardt, Director product management at Voltage Security, to learn:

      -The challenges posed by current mobile device security solutions for securing email communications on smartphones and tablets

      -How Voltage SecureMail Mobile Edition extends data-centric protection of emails seamlessly to and from desktops, applications, gateways, laptops, mobile devices, and cloud inboxes

      -How to read and send encrypted email via the Voltage SecureMail mobile apps, and the benefits to mobile users and IT security operations

      -How Voltage SecureMail Mobile Edition integrates with your existing compliance solutions such as DLP, archiving, and e-discovery, and with your existing email and IT infrastructure

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    • Texting. Smartphones. Tablets. Oh my! Business Communications in a Mobile World
      Texting. Smartphones. Tablets. Oh my! Business Communications in a Mobile World Melanie Turek - Frost & Sullivan; Adam Fishman - Lyft; Nisha Ahluwalia - RingCentral Recorded: Jun 20 2013 8:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • A lot has changed in the way we communicate for business. A decade ago, most organizations had employees who came to the office every day, used desktop computers and desk phones, and stopped communicating for work when they went home.

      Today, people communicate for work anywhere, anytime, and on any device. Per Forrester, sixty-six percent of employees use two or more mobile devices for work. And according to Frost & Sullivan, nearly 25 percent of employees work from home or the road. What’s more, the desk phone is not the only business device. Based on a RingCentral survey, 35 percent of employees are using their mobile phones for work even when they are in the office. And nearly 80 percent of employees text for business, with 32 percent reporting that they’ve even closed a business deal via text.

      Even with these undeniable business behavior changes, the vast majority of companies haven’t optimized their communications infrastructure for mobile workforces or BYOD.

      Join this webinar to get ahead of the pack and learn the benefits of a cloud communications solution that supports the new world of work.

      •Understand the trends driving mobility and behavior changes in the work place, with Melanie Turek, VP of Research for Enterprise Communication & Collaboration, Frost & Sullivan.
      •Get the real story from a business that has addressed their mobility needs first hand from Adam Fishman, director of growth and operations for Lyft, a community ride-sharing service.
      •Hear how a cloud communications solution is addressing several challenges businesses face in the new work world from Nisha Ahluwalia, VP of product marketing at RingCentral.

      Read more >