Our Experience at INTEROP New York

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on October 8 2014

Last week we were at INTEROP NYC. It was a show with a lot of traffic from end customers as well as the partner community (System Integrators and Managed Service Providers).

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Topics: Miscellaneous, Partners, Channel

Thinking Beyond Mobile Device Management (Part 2)

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on October 7 2014

In the previous blog on this topic, we covered how the enterprise mobility landscape has changed significantly over the last year and has now moved beyond mobile device management (MDM) to something having a much wider scope - Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM). Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) has become an integral part of enterprise mobility strategy as most of the use cases today revolve around remote access to enterprise content repositories and ability to edit, annotate and share the content from mobile devices whether company managed or employee-owned through Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD).

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Topics: Miscellaneous, Solutions

To MDM or not to MDM...

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on August 6 2014

Last week we launched a new incarnation of our Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) and Anywhere Remote Access platform with integrated Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) features. Based on interaction with prospects and customers over last many months, we have realized that EMM and EFSS won’t go independently - particularly with the increase in BYOD adoption. And hence, we need to look at both in a holistic way. While we started talking about our integrated EMM in the market selectively, we were often asked a question – do you compete or do you complement Mobile Device Management (MDM)?

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Topics: Miscellaneous, Solutions, Sales

Vaultize at Tech BFSI 2014

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on June 3 2014

After an overwhelming response at the WSTA event (http://blog.vaultize.com/2014/05/enabling-secure-mobility-in-todays-byod-world/) in the financial capital of west, New York, last month, Vaultize is now sponsoring and presenting at Tech BFSI 2014 (http://www.techbfsi.com/techbfsi.html) at the financial capital of east, Mumbai, as its Security Partner.
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Topics: Miscellaneous, Announcements

Microsoft Office on iPad and Enterprise IT

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on April 28 2014

Thanks to Microsoft for launching Office apps for iPad. For end-users, it was really worth the 4-year-long wait (since the time iPad originally launched). Individual users are the happiest lot but ... corporate IT is having nightmares. Why?

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Topics: Miscellaneous

OpenSSL Heartbleed bug – Why SSL alone can’t be trusted

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on April 9 2014

A serious bug dubbed Heartbleed (www.heartbleed.com) has been detected in a cryptographic library, called OpenSSL, which powers more than half of websites. This vulnerability can provide access to system information, which may be sensitive in nature, including the keys used for encryption – making the information being transferred visible to third-party as if it is not encrypted at all.

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Topics: Miscellaneous, Features

Is your data in cloud safe? Who owns the encryption keys?

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on March 24 2014

The proliferation of consumer mobility and increasing use of consumer file sharing apps like Dropbox has resulted in the emergence of the Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) market. EFSS vendors differentiate themselves from consumer offerings by providing enterprise control – that is, allowing IT to control and monitor how the files are accessed and shared by employees.

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Topics: Miscellaneous, Features

Vaultize Opens US Headquarters in New York City

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on February 13 2014


Vaultize has opened its first US office in New York City. The office located at 100 Park Avenue, Manhattan, will serve as Vaultize's headquarters in North America.
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Topics: Miscellaneous, Announcements

Hello Dropbox for ... Business?!!

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on April 18 2013

Nobody can deny that Dropbox has been a major catalyst for the emergence of Enterprise File Sharing and Sync (EFSS) market. In fact, many EFSS adopters start their journey with the line: "We'd like to replace/prevent Dropbox in our enterprise" :-).

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Topics: Miscellaneous, Features

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