MobileSpan Presents at Under the Radar

written by bethburgee on May 23, 2013 in Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

Launched 2011, Santa Clara, CA Twitter: @MobileSpan Website: http://www.mobilespan.net/ Category: Mobile Enterprise In case you missed it, here is their company profile: Company Description: MobileSpan lets a company’s workforce be productive from their personal tablets and phones.  With MobileSpan, workers can Read the Rest…


MobileSpaces Presents at Under the Radar

written by bethburgee on May 23, 2013 in Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

Launched 2011, Washington, D.C. Twitter: @MobileSpaces Website: http://mobilespaces.com/ Category: Mobile Enterprise In case you missed it, here is their company profile: Company Description: MobileSpaces helps enterprises mobilize their applications, govern their data, and respect the privacy of their employees.  MobileSpaces offers Read the Rest…


Appthority Presents at Under the Radar

written by bethburgee on May 23, 2013 in Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

Launched 2011, San Francisco, CA Twitter: @getappthority Website: https://www.appthority.com/ Category: Mobile Enteprise In case you missed it, here is their company profile: Company Description: Appthority – The Authority in App Security™ helps the enterprise identify and manage the risks hidden in Read the Rest…


Enterprise Mobility & IT’s Shifting Role – from Gatekeeper to Enabler

written by bethburgee on April 24, 2013 in Guest Blog and Startups and Under The Radar with no comments

 Guest post by Cathal McGloin, CEO, FeedHenry We all know that smartphones, tablets, and mobile apps have transformed the way information is delivered and consumed. We also know that businesses are increasingly replacing on-premise IT infrastructure with cloud services and platforms Read the Rest…


Securing the Cloud: Announcing More Under the Radar Presenters

written by Clare Ryan on March 8, 2011 in Under The Radar with no comments

Securing the Cloud: Three New Under the Radar Startups: Security and Compliance As consumers we expect that websites will load quickly, transactions will be seamless, our data will be safe and most importantly, that everything just works. On the backend, Read the Rest…


Is Mobile Banking Safe?

written by Clare Ryan on January 5, 2011 in Startup News with no comments

As someone who recently had their phone stolen, issues around mobile security have become much more interesting to me. I realized how much personal information is now stored on my smartphone. My email, Facebook, and Twitter accounts are all available Read the Rest…


Assessing the Security Benefits of Cloud Computing

written by admin on March 11, 2009 in Under The Radar with no comments

I loved this post from Craig Balding (a cloud computing security guru). In the summer, he took a break from poking holes in the security of “the cloud” and highlighted the benefits of cloud computing. For anyone trying to wrap Read the Rest…