YBLTV chatted with Globo VP of Business Development, Paul DePond at CTIA Super Mobility Week 2014. DePond talked about the company’s complete EMM platform, Go!Enterprise. From mobile device management and a secure workspace to a build once, deploy all app-building environment, companies worldwide – no matter how big or small – should recognize that the experience of their brands are through a digital channel. And that channel is MOBILE. How a company differentiates themselves in the marketplace can be achieved through mobile engagement. And what a better company for your mobility is Globo.
There are a lot of challenges in mobile. As IoT adoption continues to grow, securing apps and data and providing device security will be even more important. Globo’s EMM solutions enable enterprises to manage and secure wearables.
Globo’s offices are worldwide. Last fall, the company purchased MDM vendor, Notify. And here at this year’s CTIA, we learned more about the company’s most recent acquisition, mobile app design and development company, Sourcebits.
Globo Plc is a global provider of complete enterprise mobility solutions and SaaS. Our GO!Enterprise (EMM) andGO!AppZone (MADP) offerings help businesses expand their engagement with employees and customers through the mobile channel via a secure and extensible environment that runs on all smart devices. The Group operates internationally through subsidiaries and offices in U.S., U.K., Europe, Middle East and South East Asia. Globo was recognized in the 2014 Gartner Enterprise Mobility Management Magic Quadrant report. For more information visit globoplc.com.
About Paul Depond
VP of Innovation & Technology, GLOBO PLC
Paul F. DePond, is currently Vice President of Business Development at Globo Mobile Technology following the purchase of Notify Technology by Globo Mobile in October 2013. Prior to his position at Globo Mobile, Mr. DePond severed as Notify’s Founder, President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors since the Company’s inception in August 1994. Notify is a software ISV focused in providing mobility solutions for organizations and enterprises of all sizes focusing on wireless email synchronization and mobile device management. From September 1992 through May 1994, Mr. DePond served as Vice President Corporate Marketing of Telebit Corporation, a supplier of high speed modems and dialup remote internet network access products. From January 1991 through September 1992, Mr. DePond served as Vice President, Marketing, of Alantec Corporation, a manufacturer of networking products. Mr. DePond received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering in 1979, and an M.S. in Computer Science in 1980, each from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.