The Nubo blog covers the enterprise cloud from a unique angle. Where else can you read about the “death of MDM” and “how to prevent the next Snowden scandal?” Introducing Nubo’s greatest hits!
MDM is Dead, Long Live the Cloud – We kicked off the Nubo blog with a blunt piece written by CEO Israel Lifshitz. Sometimes, the truth hurts. MDM is dead and BYOD’s answer is found in the cloud. This article was also featured in Wired.
The Boss Forced This Android Developer to Stand in a Booth and Sell for a Day – In February, Nubo Android Developer Asi Mugrabi wrote a colorful story on his day at CyberTech 2014. Asi was “thrown in the water” and forced to do marketing and speak to dozens of people. He had a great time and swears he wants to do it again!
The Perfect Recipe to Prevent the Next Snowden Scandal – In March, Wired and Nubo published Israel Lifshitz’s thoughts on preventing the next Snowden and Wikileaks scandals. Hint – while it is impossible to prevent every single data leak, the answer lies in the cloud.
How to Ensure BYOD Security While Giving Your Employees Freedom – In this must-read article, Israel offers 5 essential tips on maintaining data security within a freedom-based BYOD program. This article was also published in BusinessNewsDaily.
The Not So Ominous Government Cloud – If you work in IT security in a government or military organization, you can’t afford to miss this one – 2014 will be the year that government begins its trek to the secure cloud. Instead of discussing the “ifs,” it is time to discuss the “hows.”
Android Based VDI Leaps From the Shadows and Saves Enterprise IT – Some great quotes in this one! “VDI has had more ups and downs than a struggling comedian. VDI is like a star quarterback who never made it to the Superbowl. What’s the point of having a thin client connecting to a fat server?! Like in an OSCAR winning action movie, VDI leaps from the shadows and saves the day at the last minute! VDI never died, it was just waiting for mobile technology all these years!”
We hope you enjoy reading articles on the Nubo blog. There’s a lot more where these came from!