Omer Eiferman
24March

Delivering on Education in the Age of Mobility

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Today’s students are more connected via mobile devices than ever before. According to a recent Pew Research Center study, 78% of teens have a cell phone, and nearly half of those teens own smartphones. College students on average own 7 different devices, with a laptop and smartphone topping the list. Smart devices are capable of
Omer Eiferman
17February

MWC Blog Series Part III: Cellrox Drives Business by Embracing Changing Models of Employment

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Last week we saw how Cellrox’s multi-persona BYOD strategy allows the enterprise to effectively attract top talent.  In our final installment of this MWC Blog series, we will see how Cellrox meets the business challenges of rapidly changing models of employment in the enterprise. According to Intuit, the percentage of occasional, temporary or part time
Omer Eiferman
10February

MWC 2014 Blog Series Part II: Enterprises Attract Top Talent with a Successful BYOD Strategy

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Last week we looked at how Cellrox’s multi-persona strategy increases compliance in highly regulated industries, such as financial services, because the practicality of the strategy addresses the way in which employees actually work.  To meet the business challenges of today and tomorrow Cellrox’s multi-persona BYOD strategy also enables the enterprise to attract and retain top
Ranit Fink
06February

MWC 2014 Blog Series Part I: Cellrox Improves Compliance in Highly Regulated Industries

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Last week we highlighted the significant advantages adopting a multi-persona strategy has on the ability for the enterprise to successfully implement a BYOD strategy.  It is clear that specific trends in business would be supported by this strategy and allow a variety of enterprises to rise to meet the business challenges of tomorrow. This is
Oren Laadan
02February

Network vulnerabilities in Android (and KNOX)

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Architecture is the translation of strategy or business intent. To be successful with a BYOD strategy, the solution design needs to optimize for a strong separation between the personal and professional on the same device. A recent KNOX story showcases a design that aims for protecting the device as a whole, with insufficient granularity to enforce sufficient isolation
Ranit Fink
30January

MWC 2014: Cellrox Carries Android Momentum to the Enterprise

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As part of MWC 2014, Feb 24 – 28 in Barcelona, Cellrox will convey how Android consumer momentum will be carried in to the enterprise market.  This is a preview to a three part series that will discuss how the Cellrox multi-persona strategy ensures BYOD success.  In the next few weeks we will explore the
Omer Eiferman
22January

A Comprehensive Security Approach for the BYOD Era

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At Cybertech 2014 Cellrox will present their vision for a security approach for the BYOD era at the Qualcomm booth.  The adoption of mobile devices is pushing information and applications outside of traditional enterprise infrastructure controls.  In the case of a BYOD strategy, there is even less control over a device, as it needs to
Ranit Fink
05January

Cellrox Multi-Persona Transforms Retail’s Employment Strategies

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Cellrox multi-persona technology is transformational in redefining retail employment strategies.  The new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), also known as “Obama Care”, requires employers of more than 50 full time employees to extend healthcare coverage to employees working more than 30 hours a week or be subject to penalties. The financial impact on
Omer Eiferman
05December

Multi-Persona strategy for Tablets

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In a previous blog post we articulated the keys to a successful BYOD Multi-Persona strategy. It is important to differentiate the strategy by form factor. The design assumptions for a smartphone are based on having a single user in mind. Carrying a smartphone in your pocket, or a wallet, and close to your body, infers
Ranit Fink
18August

BYOD Success: Keys to the User Experience

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Citi invited Ranit Fink, co-founder of Cellrox, to talk about Cellrox’s unique technology and how it benefits both the enterprise and the BYOD user.  Ranit stressed that the successful BYOD strategy lies in achieving a great user experience while keeping the enterprise safe and illustrated some of the most important elements. There are billions of
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