Mobileyes Joins Fixmo Partner Program

By Jessica Binns, Contributing Editor — May 29, 2012

Mobile risk management company Fixmo says that Mobileyes Solutions Inc., a Canadian mobile solutions firm serving federal and provincial government departments and non-government organizations, is the first Canadian partner to join the Fixmo SafeZone Certified Partner Program. The partnership enables Mobileyes Solutions to build custom enterprise applications for iOS and Android devices that leverage Fixmo's defense-grade mobile security architecture and the Fixmo SafeZone secure workspace.

Mobileyes currently resells and implements the Fixmo Sentinel solution for mobile device security, integrity assurance and risk management. Under the expanded partnership, Mobileyes will now act as an authorized reseller of Fixmo SafeZone as well as a Certified Development Partner for securing mobile applications with the Fixmo SafeGuard SDK and deploying them into the Fixmo SafeZone secure workspace for government agencies and enterprise customers.

Fixmo SafeZone is the secure messaging and data container solution for iOS and Android that keeps corporate data encrypted, contained and under IT control. Developed as part of Fixmo's Co-operative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), Fixmo SafeZone enables government agencies and enterprise customers to embrace iPads, iPhones and Android-based devices while protecting corporate data and mitigating the risk of data loss and compliance breaches. In addition to offering secure corporate email, browsing and documents, Fixmo SafeZone enables custom enterprise applications to be deployed to smartphones and tablets while ensuring they can be secured, contained, and managed by IT.


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