MokaFive and Deutsche Telekom Team up to Deliver Client-Virtualization
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- January 16, 2013
MokaFive™, whose products provide a secure computing experience from any
device, announced today that it has collaborated in a joint program with
Deutsche Telekom and its managed-services provider, T-Systems, to deliver a
secure client-virtualization solution.
The solution will be marketed to enterprises in various industry sectors. In
addition, T-Systems and Deutsche Telekom plan to integrate MokaFive’s
technology as a part of its own internal IT strategy in an effort to drive
down operational costs and support strategic initiatives, such as the
telecom's BYOD project.
“We have successfully demonstrated the capabilities and benefits of the
MokaFive Suite," said Florian Mösch, Executive Business Partner Manager, IT
Europe, T-Systems. “The functionality and flexibility are a good fit with our
related innovative solution vision and services-delivery requirements.
Furthermore, the MokaFive technology can support cost savings in certain
spaces. We are looking forward to seeing it deployed by our customers and
harnessing its potential to power their BYOD projects.”
A client-virtualization offering to address a number of challenges
The MokaFive client-virtualization solution is designed to address a number of
enterprise challenges around managing BYOD on untrusted, non-corporate managed
laptops that require access to applications and data, even offline.
MokaFive's product suite, combined with T-Systems’ Managed Services and IT
Lifecycle Management offerings, provides a solution that integrates expertise
with service-delivery capability.
“In today’s mobile world, empowering productivity on any device at any time is
key to both corporate and employee success. But productivity should not come
at the cost of corporate security,” said Dale Fuller, Chairman of the Board,
MokaFive. “By partnering with T-Systems on this new client-virtualization
offering, we are helping to bring device freedom to customers and employees,
without risking corporate security.”
Drawing on a global infrastructure of data centers and networks, T-Systems
operates information and communication technology (ICT) systems for
multinational corporations and public-sector institutions. T-Systems provides
integrated solutions for the networked future of business and society. The
company's some 48,200 employees combine industry expertise and ICT innovations
to add significant value to customers’ core business all over the world.
T-Systems generated revenue of around EUR 9.2 billion in the 2011 financial
year. T-Systems has deep insight and long-standing domain experience in the
energy sector. The company's Enterprise Class Virtual desktop software and
Enterprise Information Management (EIM) help companies gain greater
transparency, rapid, targeted access to data and competitive edge. To learn
more, visit www.t-systems.com.
MokaFive enables mobility, freedom of choice, and flexibility for today’s
executives and enterprise workforce. Its software allows enterprises to
provide secure access to corporate data and resources from any device—all
managed from a single console. To learn more, visitwww.mokafive.com.
Breakaway Communications for MokaFive
Devan Gillick, 415-358-2487
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