According to some European and national laws, companies in certain European countries are obliged to train operational first aiders and to keep them available in case of serious or imminent danger. The tasks of a first aider are manifold: from the initial medical treatment of injured colleagues, to the providing of information to the arriving rescue workers, to the regular inspection of first aid material.
Gerade in der heutigen Zeit, in der Viren nicht nur virtuell, sondern physisch reell im Umlauf sind und Menschen sowie Wirtschaft beeinträchtigen, müssen Unternehmen schnell und sicher kommunizieren können:
Ob unterwegs oder in Quarantäne im Homeoffice – eine sichere und schnelle Kommunikation jenseits von E-Mails ist für Unternehmen und den öffentlichen Sektor wichtig >>
So, have you read the latest story about how Jeff Bezos’ iPhone was hacked using a
malware implant, and then all his personal data on the phone was stolen?
If not, the plot makes for a television drama series or big hit movie that takes the box office by storm. I apologize, but this blog won’t satisfy that storyline, but if you are a techie guy like me, continue on.
Enterprise mobility roadmaps are designed to meet the goals and yield positive end results for the organization –increase customer satisfaction and insights, increase cost and time savings to your mobility program. To truly accelerate your progress, ISEC7 recommends seven mission critical moves for an excellent mobility experience in 2020. In this blog, we will drill into the topic of surveying the end users to identify their level of satisfaction, adoption and desires of their mobile experience.
Why is this critical? Because a successful mobility programs is based end users’ adoption and experiences. In turn, positive operational outcomes will follow. Below are simple, actionable steps you can take to better understand the hurdles affecting your mobility program.
The enterprise mobility sector is evolving at lightning speed due to digital transformation, and the lexicon continues to grow. Rather than try to address the magnitude of change that we will see in this sector in the following paragraphs, we decided to provide seven mission critical moves with actionable steps you can take in
2020 for an excellent mobility experience. Get moving, though. The demands and requirements of your workplace are evolving.
The global workforce conducts business everywhere, and sensitive information follows them with increasing areas of vulnerabilities. Gartner predicts through 2023, 30% of IT organizations will extend the BYO policies to ancillary connected devices to better consume corporate data. Gartner continues referring to wearables that can help people manage their work life and home life in greater harmony.
The enterprise mobility expert and service provider was honored as one of BlackBerry’s highest achievers in global partnership
Hamburg, October 2, 2019 – ISEC7 Group (ISEC7) is consistently recognized as a trailblazer in the enterprise mobility space and a valuable contributor to the BlackBerry Enterprise Partner Program, and is awarded 2019 EMEA New
Business Award during the BlackBerry World Tour 2019 event. Ceremonies took place on London. ISEC7 was also recognized for previous awards in recent years, including:
The leader in mobile endpoint management, security and process optimization shares first look at integrated workspace management and crisis communications offerings
Hamburg, September 25, 2019 – ISEC7 Group (ISEC7) continues to be a driving force in the enterprise mobility sector as top executives join ecosystem partners in London, The Hague, Ottawa, New York City, Toronto, Frankfurt, Singapore and Sydney in the coming months.
“Our customers face challenges every day in a global mobile community. Sure, there many are solutions out there to consider. What clients need is a managed mobility service provider who focuses on business process mobilization, security and risk management within the enterprise mobility space as a practice,” says Marco Gocht, ISEC7 CEO. “If you want clarity for the right solution, we will navigate for you.”
The enterprise mobility leader teams with Check Point Software Technologies Threat Detection and CMDSP for mobile security and administration offering discounted training for Project Management Institute (PMI) Washington DC Chapter
ISEC7 Group (ISEC7) continues global mission to provide mobile IT-specific solutions to benefit PMO organizations for business process mobilization, mobile operational productivity and mobile security. For PMOs and mobile managers facing the increasing risks associated with mobile device hacking vulnerabilities, ISEC7 integrates with Check Point and other solution providers to extend threat detection.
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