MobileIron, a Mountain View, California company focused on zero trust enterprise security, has announced a new partnership with Adeya, a secure collaboration vendor, to provide end-to-end encrypted real-time voice and video calls, conference calls, SMS, instant messages, group chats and file exchanges on any device.
In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, the use of consumer collaboration apps has exposed security flaws related to backend data sharing with third parties.
Under the alliance, customers can deploy Adeya’s encrypted communication, collaboration and file-sharing solution through MobileIron’s unified endpoint management (UEM) platform. IT administrators can meet advanced compliance requirements by containing the Adeya app on any device with MobileIron and add a layer of additional protection with MobileIron’s Tunnel per-app VPN.
“We’re excited to partner with Adeya to help organizations secure their mobile collaboration with a military-grade solution designed for the enterprise,” said Ahmed Shah, VP of Business Development at MobileIron. “With our joint solution, employees can collaborate in real-time, sharing files on any device, while promoting compliance and securing corporate data.”
“Remote work has become ubiquitous in the Coronavirus era, and our strategic partnership allows organizations to quickly and easily respond to the growing cyber threats to their digital workplaces, during this extraordinary time,” said Samir Khosla, Chairman at Adeya.
The two companies are offering a free trial until the 15th of June.
The companies have integrated their technologies to address the recent surge in remote working and the market need for encrypted collaboration solutions.