Delivering digital transformation with mobility and IoT

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Verizon has partnered with Asavie to resell Asavie Moda as an all in one easy-to-use package for device security and management. Asavie Moda® is a network-based solution that helps enterprises manage mobile security, productivity and compliance for all of their devices, including smartphones, tablets and wireless routers. It protects the network and mobile devices against potential cyber-attacks by separating organizational traffic from traffic on the public internet.

Advanced Visibility & Control of Mobile Salesforce

Safe Haven is the second largest dealer for ADT in the US employing 1,500 staff in 50 satellite offices. They purchased Asavie Moda from Verizon in order to gain visibility and control of mobile device usage across their workforce. The company has re-defined what it means to use the mobile device as a work tool and has gained the buy-in from employees who understand the benefits of this approach. Additionally, they are seeing significant savings in their mobile data bills on the back of the reduced data consumption already achieved.

Secure IoT Connections on demand

Verizon has also partnered with Asavie to resell Asavie IoT Connect®,  the on-demand secure IoT connectivity service for business. Asavie IoT Connect™ helps enterprises overcome the challenges of maintaining security and managing remote sites and IoT devices over extended periods of time. Asavie and Verizon solve this issue by providing private network connectivity on demand for remote sites and IoT devices. This provides business full control and visibility of device and site connectivity, as well as IoT data usage across the organization. The solution also offers an intuitive, self-service web portal that allows firms to to easily manage IoT device communications and updates without the need for IT support.

Shielding Oil & Gas mining infrastructure from cyberattacks

Howard Energy Partners selected Asavie IoT Connect as their preferred IoT security solution, to protect their mission critical routers from the potential of attack from the ever increasing volume of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) and ransomware threats from rogue actors targeting critical national infrastructure such as oil and gas fields.