We are delighted to announce that the independent research firm Frost & Sullivan has recognized Vaultize as the leader in enterprise mobile security and bestowed “Product Innovation Leadership - Enterprise Mobility Security“ award for 2014.
Frost & Sullivan Awards is a global program that recognizes outstanding industry achievements by companies across the world. The methodology for determining the award recipients is unique - a deep dive research and analysis conducted by Frost & Sullivan analysts team, which is presented to an esteemed, independent panel of Judges comprising veteran CIO's representing the top companies. This jury selects the award winners based on structured metrics based evaluation process.
The award was conferred to us as a vendor in security of mobile devices and enterprise mobility, based on the following key evaluation criteria:
- Understanding and Leverage of Mega Trends
- Vision Integration into Strategy Excellence
- Efficacy of Innovation Process
- Degree of Impact on Business and Society
Last year (Oct 2013), Frost & Sullivan had named Vaultize as the leader in Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS). The analyst report is available for download at: http://www.slideshare.net/Vaultize/frost-sullivan-product-innovation-leadership-award-vaultize-oct-2013.
Vaultize is the first solution in the world that combines Mobile Content Management (MCM) and EFSS under a single platform with end-to-end security and privacy. As Mobility, Consumerization of IT and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trends continue to pervade workplaces, global enterprises, including those in security-conscious and regulated verticals, are relying on Vaultize to secure, control and track sensitive corporate data on mobile devices and laptops. At the same time, the end users get VPN-free access to enterprise document repositories on mobile devices with the ability to modify and share the files.
Vaultize takes a holistic approach for mobility by focusing on securing the corporate data and content on mobile devices without intruding directly into the mobile devices or into the privacy of users. It also ensures that corporate contents are kept separate from personal contents. Today, Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) encompasses various approaches for enabling the use of company provided smartphones and tablets and/or user-owned devices by embracing a formal Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policy. Popular approaches include Mobile Device Management (MDM), Mobile Application Management (MAM) and Mobile Content Management (MCM), which address specific concerns but do not provide a end-to-end solution to the problems that enterprise mobility is posing today. For example, MDM-based protection against unauthorized device access by controlling the device is seen as unnecessary, intrusive and costly. The goal should be to control the corporate content and that is achieved through MCM.
To know more about Vaultize solutions for enterprise mobility, click here: http://www.vaultize.com/mobile-content-management-byod.html. You can even try them out for free here: http://www.vaultize.com/try-it-free.php.