SyncDog provides the mobile workforce with an integrated, brand agnostic platform that supports and expands productivity so employees may work from wherever they are. SyncDog’s SaaS platform, Secure.Systems, supports data loss prevention (DLP) by putting protections in place that trap and protect data as it moves throughout an organization’s network.
Administrators now have control over which applications reside in the containerized platform, regardless of the product’s brand affiliation.
Secure.Systems provides a secure DLP application workspace for employees accessing enterprise mobile productivity apps on BYOD or CYOD (Choose Your Own Device) technologies. Built in compliance with NIST order 800-171, the platform is a containerized application suite that companies can deploy over the cloud, on-premise, or a combination of both, to employee’s devices to ensure security and convenience for remote workers.
SyncDog combines and contains a suite of dynamic office applications – email, calendar, contacts, office editor, file share, location services, and messaging – with an architecture that protects and secures an employer’s mobile workforce with encryption, without any hindrance to application functionality.
“By removing the technological struggle of having to choose between security and productivity, SyncDog enables business leaders and their employees to easily share information without the worry of how they are keeping their data safe,” said SyncDog CEO, Jonas Gyllensvaan. “A leader in DLP, our team takes pride in simplifying secure mobile workforce practices providing remote employees with the most user friendly, secure containerized means of communication the industry has to offer.”
Administrators, employees and compliance managers benefit from Secure.Systems’s seamless software management capabilities. Designated users can define the security rules within the application and also grant or deny corporate data access privileges on devices. If an employee leaves the company, or a device is lost or stolen, corporate data inside the Secure.Systems container can be erased remotely without infringing upon the employee’s personal data.