By: Jordan Crook | October 3, 2013 (Featured on TechCrunch)
TigerText, the secure SMS platform aimed at the enterprise, is today reshaping the business model. Rather than having one free, consumer-facing version of the app and an enterprise-level, paid version, TigerText is combining the two into a single freemium solution.Read More »
By: Benjamin F. Kuo | October 3, 2013 (Featured on SocalTECH)
Santa Monica-based real-time, enterprise messaging provider TigerText announced this morning that it has launched a new, freemium version of its enterprise messaging systems, aimed at companies not yet using its enterprise messaging tools. The company said the new version of its service will allow for full access to its cross-platform text messaging app, which is heavily used by healthcare providers and enterprises needing secure communications.Read More »
Mobile messaging is growing like a weed. But it’s not just teens sending stickers, emoticons, and LOLs that have made the category among the hottest anywhere in the tech sector. Businesses are increasingly relying on new digital messaging solutions to carry out their day-to-day tasks.Read More »
By: Patrick Ouellette | September 27, 2013 (Featured on Health IT Security)
TigerText reaches agreement with UCONN School of Medicine: TigerText, a leader in secure, real-time messaging for the enterprise, today announced that it has added Hartford HealthCare, the premier health care network in Connecticut with more than 16,000 employees, as well as the University of Connecticut’s School of Medicine Residency Program to its growing client roster.Read More »
By: Telecompaper Staff | September 25, 2013 (Featured on Telecompaper)
Provider of real-time enterprise messaging, TigerText has announced it has added Hartford Healthcare, a health care network in Connecticut with more than 16,000 employees, as well as the University of Connecticut’s School of Medicine Residency Programme as its newest clients.Read More »
By: socalTECH | Posted September 25, 2013 (Featured on socalTECH)
Santa Monica-based TigerText, the developer of secure, real-time messaging services, reported a win in Connecticut, with healthcare network Hartford HealthCare, and the University of Connecticut’s School of Medicine Residency Program.Read More »
By: socalTECH | Posted August 23, 2013 (Featured on socalTECH)
Santa Monica-based TigerText, the developer of the enterprise, secure messaging apps, claims it had “record growth” in the first half of the year. The company did not disclose any financials, but said it quadrupled the number of paid users of its products.Read More »
Chances are, by now you have a smartphone and maybe a tablet, and you never leave home without one or both of them.
These devices have transformed our daily lives. While much attention is given to the coolest consumer apps, mobile apps that help you do your job better are arguably even more important.Read More »
By: Chris Haupt | Posted August 7, 2013 (Featured on Industry View – Healthcare IT Insights)
I recently had the pleasure of speaking in a webinar with Dr. Andrew A. Brooks, co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of TigerText. In the webinar, “Achieving Secure Messaging as Part of a Mobility Strategy,” we discussed how compliance and security play an important role in all aspects of healthcare mobility, including messaging. We then highlighted how a secure messaging platform can serve as a desirable alternative to texting or paging.Read More »
Summary: The privacy and anonymity apps are hugely popular and that is reflected in rising valuations of these companies. Whisper app is the latest to benefit from this trend and is about to raise $15 million in series B funding led by Sequoia Capital.Read More »
As doctors and nurses bring their own devices into the healthcare workplace, IT spending will increase networking and security, according to a new IDC report.
As the healthcare industry adopts anytime, anywhere “pervasive computing,” clinical mobility is placing demands on IT infrastructure, according to IDC in its report “Business Strategy: U.S. Clinical Mobility 2011-2016—Forecast and Analysis,” released on July 23.Read More »
Sprint will offer TigerText’s secure messaging platform as well as a basic TeleMessage offering to allow doctors and clinicians to send HIPAA-compliant texts.
As doctors look to communicate quickly through text messaging without violating the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Sprint has announced it will offer two secure messaging platforms for health care.Read More »
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