intiGrow, an Enterprise information security consulting firm headquartered in Atlanta, GA, has partnered with Fiberlink, an IBM Company to globally offer on-premise & cloud based enterprise mobility management solutions.
intiGrow Partners with Fiberlink to Offer Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM)
intiGrow And Other Industry Experts Launch Series Of Webinars On Mobile Security
The IT security company intiGrow is teaming up with IBM, Koolspan, Airwatch, and SecurIT to present a series of webinars on IT security. Starting on October 23rd, there will be a webinar covering an aspect of IT security airing every Wednesday until the series ends on November 13th. Dan Fitzgerald, Vice President of sales and marketing at intiGrow, thinks that the webinar series couldn’t have come at a better time.
AirWatch Releases MDM Agent v4.0 for Android
As part of intiGrow's Secure Enterprise Mobile Management solution, we are excited to share the news that AirWatch MDM Agent™ v4.0 for Android™ devices is publicly available as of Tuesday, April 16th! The updated agent has important new features and resolves some issues reported with the first release of the 3.3 Agent. Of particular interest is the application wrapping capability, which allows you to put security policy right in the application environment! Our partners at Airwatch have made the agent available on Google Play as a free download. The following is from the Airwatch announcement:
intiGrow Announces Partnership with Hitachi ID Systems
Atlanta, GA October 16, 2012 - intiGrow, an information technology consulting firm with world headquarters in Atlanta, GA, has entered into a partnership with Hitachi ID Systems. intiGrow is a provider of consulting services and software for IT security. Hitachi ID, based in Calgary, AB, is a developer of automated user access and governance software.
KoolSpan, intiGrow Partner on Mobile Security
Based on KoolSpan’s TrustChip technology, the intiGrow platform will offer a variety of data-encryption services for enterprise users.
With the rise of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives and a growing fear in IT departments that allowing employees to use personal devices for work could open the organization to data security breaches, mobile security specialists are working to provide solutions to protect sensitive information from leaving the company network. KoolSpan, a provider of encrypted solutions for connected devices, and IT security consulting firm intiGrow are now partnering to offer a platform to help protect mobile devices in the enterprise.
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