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MaaS360 by Fiberlink is the trusted enterprise mobility management solution to over 5,000 customers worldwide. MaaS360 helps healthcare organizations secure electronic protected healthcare information (EPHI), prevent data leakage, comply with HIPAA and other regulations, and reduce the IT workload and cost of managing mobile devices, apps and documents. Instantly web accessible, MaaS360 is easy to use and maintain, backed by the most responsive support and best user experience in the industry.

Fiberlink Communications

 •  January 30, 2015

In Fall 2014, Microsoft announced that it would be skipping version nine and move directly into Windows 10. This left many individuals confused, but once the dust cleared, it was certainly clear that Microsoft is really trying to do something unique and innovative with its newest operating system. The technology leader then went quiet following ...

Fiberlink Communications

 •  January 20, 2015

Despite experts predicting the opposite, the health care industry is steadily improving when it comes to job creation. Forbes reported that throughout 2014, the number of health care positions available grew by more than 30 percent, as 2013 saw an increase of 203,000 jobs and last year experienced a boost of 311,000. While some might suggest this ...

Fiberlink Communications

 •  January 9, 2015

Businesses rely on budgets to keep earnings high. This means that every department must look for ways to maximize the value of its product or services while cutting down on spending. However, some expenses are a necessary evil, a sentiment felt most by IT professionals. The bottom line is that a vast majority of technologies are required in the ...

Fiberlink Communications

 •  January 9, 2015

Enterprise mobility has been a steadily growing trend in IT environments. Partially fueled by bring your own device policies and otherwise completed by mobile strategies in the past, more businesses seem to have their eye on creating a mobile workforce. This should come as no surprise, as it is rare to see a businessperson without a smartphone or ...

Fiberlink Communications

 •  January 8, 2015

Mobile employees are the dream of any enterprise. Not only do individuals gain the ability to answer calls and emails while on smartphones, but they can use any mobile device to complete tasks that were once relegated to desktops and offices. While it is up to IT departments to ensure that business-related goals can be accomplished on the road ...

Fiberlink Communications

 •  January 5, 2015

1.Apps are Invading Apps in the enterprise were hot this year, and businesses were encouraging employees to access public app stores and create custom apps more than ever. But what is the current app landscape in the enterprise and what are employees being encouraged to use? To find the answer, we looked at 15,000 different apps that IT ...

Fiberlink Communications

 •  December 23, 2014

Mobile devices have helped employees in every industry. From investment bankers to flight attendants - and possibly United Airlines pilots, according to InformationWeek - enterprise mobility has morphed in some ways to organizational mobility. After all, many owners of smartphones and tablets have used these mobile devices to complete work ...

Fiberlink Communications

 •  December 23, 2014

Enterprise mobility exists in many different forms. For example, one might think of the business IT strategy as allowing employees to use laptops and work while out of the office, while another individual could consider their organization's bring your own device policy to refer to professionals using tablets while in meetings and at their desks. ...

Fiberlink Communications

 •  December 22, 2014

We take a look at the software best suited to managing Android, iOS, BB and Windows Phone handsets
Mobile Device Management (MDM) has become a vital piece of business infrastructure, as most firms allow employees to use personal smartphones and tablets for work. We assessed four major players in the Mobile Device Management market: Google Apps, ...

Fiberlink Communications

 •  December 10, 2014

The company has also launched a new secure mobile app Box has announced partnerships with some of the world's leading security firms to boost its security offering in the form of Box Trust. The initiative sees the cloud provider joining forces with Symantec, Splunk, Palo Alto Networks and OpenDNS to provide businesses with peace of mind when ...