Teamwire at MobileIron Live 2018

Teamwire is going to present its secure enterprise messaging app at MobileIron Live! in Berlin from 16th to 17th May, 2018.

Teamwire, Apr 28 2018

MobileIron Live! is a leading event for enterprise mobile security. The event brings together decision makers, leading software vendors and experts from all segments of the IT community.


We are going to address the following topics at the MobileIron Live! conference:


– Solving the WhatsApp problem as part of the shadow IT


– GDPR-compliant enterprise messaging


– Increasing productivity with integrations in the enterprise IT ecosystem


– Use cases and advantages of chat bots


– Connecting enterprise messaging and internet of things (IoT)


In addition we will announce an exciting innovation in the secure enterprise messaging market, that opens a completely new field and use cases. So please make sure to visit our booth in the “Innovation Sponsor” area.


In case you would like to schedule a meeting with our representatives in advance, please contact us.


We are looking forward to meeting you at the MobileIron Live! in Berlin.

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