SyncDog to Work With Notify Technology; Delivering Feasible EMM Solution
RESTON, VA: SyncDog, an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) for building secure infrastructure frameworks has signed a deal with Notify technology as it takes fresh step into the Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) space. Notify technology is an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) specialized in wireless mobility solutions and services.
The partnership aims at enhancing Mobile Device Management (MDM) and strengthens a portfolio of containerized workspace. Powered by Notify’s Mobile Device Management product, SyncDog’s mobility infrastructure will now be able to deliver deeper functionality for MDM.
SyncDog’s SentinelSecure, a secure data platform that encrypts and transports data between an enterprise’s backend and a secure, “sandboxed” application on a device is integrated with Notify’s MDM. In order to provide a single platform for IT managers to facilitate secure mobility management across iOS, Android, and Windows mobile devices and tablets.
Jonas Gyllensvaan, CEO and Founder of SyncDog say “the partnership with Notify Technology brings SyncDog full circle to our goal of delivering a viable EMM solution at a fraction of the cost that current provider is offering. This partnership provides the marketplace with cost-effective EMM functionality in a much shorter services engagement to deploy.”
Notify Technology has worked with companies such as Oracle Corporation, Novell Inc., Securitas True Value Hardware Company, Trinity Health and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Notify’s MDM is designed to assist IT admin to manage various mobile devices, providing broad, cross-platform tools for managing and protecting mobile devices. Notify’s MDM functions coupled with SyncDog’s container and monitoring framework provide customers with a complete Enterprise Mobility Management solution.
“We are excited to be able to offer a very competitive Enterprise Mobility solution combining the functionally of the Notify and SyncDog product lines,” asserts Paul DePond, president and founder, Notify Technology.