Company News Absolute Software to Acquire NetMotion Absolute Software has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire NetMotion. The two companies share the same focus to bring modern security to the distributed workforce without compromising on the user experience. This transformative combination brings together the best of both Absolute and NetMotion’s resilient platforms to provide the first of its kind zero trust, self-healing and resilient security solution for the work from anywhere world. Read more Featured news NetMotion + Microsoft NetMotion + SASE NetMotion + DEM NetMotion + SDP Microsoft and NetMotion simplify experience through Endpoint Manager NetMotion, a provider of security solutions for the world’s growing remote workforce, today announced that Microsoft Endpoint Manager now includes NetMotion’s class-leading network security platform as a native option for any Intune-managed Android, iOS, MacOS and iPadOS device. This integration gives I&O leaders and their IT teams the power to deploy and configure NetMotion quickly and seamlessly across the widest array of corporate-owned devices in use today(…) Read more NetMotion Announces Global Availability of SASE Platform Security vendor NetMotion today announced the general availability of its new secure access service edge (SASE) platform as a cloud-hosted offering. Available since summer 2020 in limited distribution, enterprises across the globe can now take advantage of the new NetMotion platform offering a powerful, software-defined perimeter (SDP/ZTNA), enterprise VPN and experience monitoring solution as a SaaS subscription. Today also marks the availability of NetMotion’s SASE platform on Microsoft Azure (…) Read more Samp3 Samp4 NetMotion news In the press May 3, 2019How to Migrate from BYOD to Corporate-owned Mobility StrategiesBYOD brings inherent issues to a company: a marked lack of visibility into how employees are using their devices when compared to traditional computing, resulting in significantly increased exposure to legal liability, cybersecurity risks and mounting operational costs. April 30, 2019‘Reputation’ Update Boosts Security and ProductivityThe 'Reputation' Update from NetMotion identifies the risk level and category of websites for devices operating on any network, at any time, in any place. April 22, 20196 Steps to Earn an Outstanding Net Promoter ScoreClarence Foster of NetMotion outlines six steps for improving customer service, and ultimately, the Net Promoter Score. April 17, 2019NetMotion Provides Premium Secure Experience to Mobile WorkersJason Turner of NetMotion joins the eChannel News podcast to discuss mobile performance management. April 14, 2019Mobile Performance Management and SecurityJoel Windels of NetMotion sits down with The Tech Blog Writer podcast to discuss the future of mobility. April 11, 2019Overcoming Security Threats With Mobile VisibilityAlthough mobility leaders want to mitigate risks associated with device security, it is tough to do this when you lack basic visibility into the incidents. April 9, 2019Mobile Devices are More Personal, More VulnerableMobile-centric solutions must consider the experience from the employee's perspective. April 9, 2019NetMotion Reveals Significant 2018 Growth NetMotion announces details of its significant 2018 global growth in revenues, outperforming all previous commercial records in every market. April 9, 2019Tech MovesSoftware firm NetMotion landed Justin Sollenne as chief financial officer. April 8, 2019NetMotion Release Designed to Help Admins Manage Access PoliciesPublic-safety and enterprise system administrators can gain insight about their personnel’s use of wireless networks with the “Aware” release of solutions from NetMotion Software. « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 … 19 Next » TechRepublicOctober 13, 2020 Remote working is driving a wedge between employees and IT support. Extended remote working could be driving a wedge between workers and IT teams, who continue to lack visibility over large swathes of the remote workforce, new research suggests. Computer WeeklyOctober 8, 2020 Quarter of remote workers fail to engage with tech teams Research reveals a burgeoning IT-employee divide among the growing ranks of remote workers, but the root causes have yet to be examined fully Info Security MagazineOctober 7, 2020 Remote workers keep IT issues to themselves. In September 2020, cybersecurity company NetMotion surveyed 500 IT professionals and 500 remote workers in the United States and the United Kingdom about their working habits; all had switched to remote working to slow the spread of COVID-19. IT Pro PortalOctober 7, 2020 Quarter of workers will suffer in silence rather than contact tech support teams. Remote workers in the UK would rather suffer in silence than reach out to their IT department for help, a new report from NetMotion claims. According to the company's figures, two thirds of remote workers (66 percent) reported encountering an IT issue so far during Packet PushersOctober 5, 2020 Tech Bytes: NetMotion Integrates VPNs With The Software Defined Perimeter Remote access is a key requirement for most organizations these days. While traditional remote access VPNs are well understood and widely deployed, they may not be the optimal solution for end users accessing applications and services, whether inside or outside the corporate data center. Seattle BusinessSeptember 1, 2020 100 Best Companies to Work For: Midsize Employees at Washington state's 100 Best Companies to Work For (midsize category 50-150 workers) describe family atmospheres that emphasize communication. Companies are in order, based on employee feedback. Dark ReadingJuly 28, 2020 Out-of-Date and Unsupported Cloud Workloads Continue as a Common More than 80% of companies have at least one Internet-facing cloud asset that is more than six months out of date or running software that is no longer supported, according to scan data. Tech RadarJuly 27, 2020 Turning the humble VPN into a hot ticket item Working remotely used to be seen as a perk for certain employees and certain companies. That has, of course, completely changed now. In the space of just a few weeks this year, a massive population of office workers was transformed into an entirely remote workforce. IT Pro PortalJuly 20, 2020 Companies are adopting SDP to boost remote working Enterprise VPNs will eventually make way for software-defined perimeters (SDP), but this change is unlikely to happen any time soon. This is according to a new report from NetMotion, which claims companies are keen to adopt SDP, but that the VPN still has plenty of Dark ReadingJuly 13, 2020 Zero-Trust Efforts Rise with the Tide of Remote Working. With employees likely to continue to spend much, if not all, of their time working from home, companies are focusing more on technologies to boost the security of their now-distributed workplace. « Previous 1 2 3 Working with NetMotion, designing new assets or just want to know more about our company DNA? Get familiar with our identity by downloading our brand book.