|By Business Wire||
|April 4, 2013 08:00 AM EDT||
MokaFive today announced updates to its M5 for iOS solution; offering enterprise-class security, simplified configuration management, offline access and an intuitive, native iOS interface. M5 effectively transforms iPhones and iPads into true Enterprise-class, business computing devices with all the security and manageability IT requires with the ease of use and app selection that users now expect. The company also announced additions to the MokaFive executive team following the appointment of Dave Robbins as the new President and CEO.
The M5 platform delivers a secure, device aware, digital workspace across any network - creating a highly elastic and mobile Enterprise perimeter with significantly less management overhead than legacy VDI or mobility solutions,
Updates to M5 for iOS include:
- Secure, Encrypted Workspace Container – Deploy a corporate AES-256 bit encrypted workspace on any iOS device, and remotely wipe it without affecting the rest of the device.
- Secure Web Browsing – Securely browse internal corporate websites, SharePoint, or intranet pages from public networks without the need for a VPN client from personal iPhones/iPads.
- Cloud Storage – Securely browse and access files in a public or private cloud from any location.
- SharePoint Access – Collaborate with co-workers anywhere, anytime with remote access to SharePoint files.
- Corporate Data Store – Add intranet directories and file sharing for users to browse while online.
- Document Annotation – Make changes to documents with annotation-style editing.
- Universal Search – Search for documents across all data sources.
- Application Whitelisting – Whitelist specific personal apps and websites for inclusion in the corporate workspace.
“With these additions to our industry-leading iOS solution, M5 is providing the highest level of security and functionality for the distributed enterprise,” says Dave Robbins, President and CEO of MokaFive. “As the popularity of IOS-based devices continues to grow within the Enterprise, M5 will enable them to meet its needs through enhanced manageability, functionality, and security.
As a rapidly growing company, MokaFive is also proud to announce the addition of several industry veterans to the executive team. The new team members include:
David Appelbaum, Senior Vice President of Marketing
A seasoned software-marketing executive with 20 years experience, David has worked with many of the most innovative and influential software companies in the world. He's created highly successful and award winning campaigns for Borland, Oracle, Autonomy, Salesforce.com, BigFix, and Act-On.
Allan Peters, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales
As senior vice president of sales, Allan Peters is responsibility for all aspects of MokaFive’s worldwide sales operations. Prior to joining MokaFive, he was the senior vice president worldwide sales for BigFix, which was acquired by IBM in 2010.
Gregory Toto, Senior Vice President of Product Development
Greg brings more than 25 years of product and development management experience, along with a deep passion for creating great products that deliver compelling value for customers. Before MokaFive, Greg worked for Quantivo, a cloud-based marketing analytics company, where he focused on scaling the development team and accelerating product delivery.
More details about MokaFive and the company’s new iOS product, please visit www.mokafive.com
MokaFive delivers a secure, device-aware, digital workspace across any network - creating a highly elastic and mobile Enterprise perimeter with significantly less management overhead than legacy VDI or mobility solutions. Using the M5 platform, Enterprises can achieve greater agility, competitive advantage, and business velocity. To learn more, visit www.mokafive.com.
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