No one can deny the advantages of bring your own device (BYOD), the freedom and flexibility that it brings along with it does empower productivity on any device at any time, but can this be at the risk of corporate security? How does one ensure corporate success without curbing employees’ freedom?
MokaFive, whose products provide a secure computing experience from any device, shows you how. And, to help Deutsche Telekom and its managed-services provider, T-Systems (News - Alert) achieve this; it has collaborated in a joint program to deliver a secure client-virtualization solution.
“By partnering with T-Systems on this new client-virtualization offering, we are helping to bring device freedom to customers and employees, without risking corporate security,” noted Dale Fuller, chairman of the board at MokaFive.
The MokaFive client-virtualization solution is reportedly designed to address a number of enterprise challenges around managing BYOD, and when combined with T-Systems’ managed services and IT lifecycle management offerings it provides a solution that integrates expertise with service-delivery capability, noted officials.
This way enterprise can provide secure access to corporate data and resources from any device, from a single console, giving executives and the workforce the mobility, freedom of choice and flexibility that they want.
Commenting on the capabilities and benefits of the MokaFive Suite, Florian Mösch, executive business partner manager, IT Europe, T-Systems, noted that its functionality and flexibility was in keeping with the company’s related innovative solution vision and services-delivery requirements.
While the MokaFive solution will be made available to enterprises in various industry sectors, T-Systems and Deutsche Telekom (News - Alert) plan to integrate MokaFive’s technology as a part of their own internal IT strategy.
By doing so, T-Systems hopes to drive down operational costs, increase deployment to customers, and provide support for the telecom's BYOD project and other such initiatives.
MokaFive, whose products provide a secure computing experience from any device, announced a distribution partnership with Tech Data (News - Alert) Corporation, one of the world's largest wholesale IT distributors. Tech Data is now authorized to distribute MokaFive Express, MokaFive Suite and MokaFive for iOS software to its partner network throughout North America.
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