TigerText and Startel Team to Provide Integrated Solution for Answering Service Providers By: Acquire Media NewsEdge | November 20, 2013 (Featured on TMCnet) TigerText, a company focusing on secure, real-time messaging for the enterprise, announced integration with Startel, a provider...Read More »
SANTA MONICA, CA (November 20, 2013) – TigerText, the leader in secure, real-time messaging for the enterprise, today announced integration with Startel, a leading provider of unified business communications for contact centers. TigerText is now integrated into Startel’s cloud contact center software, which is accessible via the web and available on any device. The integration, which enables Startel’s answering service customers to securely text message colleagues and clients from within the Startel interface, is helping answering service providers increase staff efficiency and preventing their clients from unwanted fee hikes.Read More »
By: Carlin Sack | November 19, 2013 (Featured on Built in Los Angeles)
Right now in the mobile messaging world, it’s fair to say that Snapchat and its acquisition-dodging ways are hogging the attention. But TigerText, an enterprise-facing older cousin to Snapchat, has been making some big waves, too.Read More »
SANTA MONICA, CA (November 5, 2013) – TigerText, the leader in secure, real-time messaging for the enterprise, today announced its preliminary agenda for TigerTech2014, a user conference for customers to learn best practices, network with industry thought leaders, and get an exclusive look at TigerText’s product roadmap. The conference will be held at The Montage Hotel in Los Angeles on January 26th – 28th, 2014.Read More »
By: Benjamin F. Kuo | October 24, 2013 (Featured on socalTECH)
In today’s mobile world, SMS has widespread, near-ubiquitous adoption, which is great for consumers who want to communicate with their friends and family. However, that’s a huge problem for enterprises, who face compliance and data security issues with their data when their employees turn to SMS for business-related communications. To solve that issue, Santa Monica-based TigerText (tigerconnect.com) has been developing smartphone applications that replace SMS, and provide companies with the ability to control, delete, encrypt, and otherwise gain control of the messaging between their employees. We spoke with CEO Brad Brooks to learn more about the company.Read More »
By: Fred Pennic | October 23, 2013 (Featured on HIT Consultant)
Understanding the impact of secure text messaging in healthcare and the potential risks of privacy that come into play when a doctor texts a patient.
Everyone is texting — even your doctor. And that means a world of possibility when it comes to making appointments, finding out about new treatment options or simply asking a question about medical issues. But it also opens up potential privacy issues that can mean troubled times for physicians who are trying to stay HIPAA-compliant.Read More »
By: Tim Gibbon | October 18, 2013 (Featured on Social Media Portal)
Social Media Portal (SMP): What is your name and what do you do there at TigerText?
Brad Brooks (BB): My name is Brad Brooks, I’m the co-founder and CEO of TigerText. In this role, I lead the strategic direction and oversee the day-to-day of TigerText.Read More »
By: Sharon Gaudin | October 16, 2013 (Featured on ComputerWorld)
A nurse, checking on a patient in the hospital with pneumonia, is concerned about the patient’s progress and pulls out her smartphone to text a doctor and a pulmonologist.
No, the nurse isn’t breaking HIPAA laws or hospital rules by sharing patient information in an insecure text. She’s actually using what could be the next big thing in enterprise social collaboration – secure enterprise texting.Read More »
By: Carmel Deamicis | October 9, 2013 (Featured on PandoDaily)
The future of enterprise communication is nigh, and it is full of texts. Did you see the word enterprise and tune out? Come back little lamb. When I say “enterprise” I mean businesses big and small, perhaps even the very company you work for. The way we communicate at work impacts anyone with a job, and new forms are emerging.Read More »
By: Scott Solomon | October 8, 2013 (Featured on AirWatch Community)
AirWatch has always operated on the premise of simplicity. The AirWatch Marketplace echoes that sentiment. AirWatch continually works with hundreds of technology companies to help enable your enterprise and discover the solutions that best fit your mobility strategy. Our partner’s solutions needed a centralized portal, a place to be discovered – and so the AirWatch Marketplace was created.Read More »
By: Ron Miller | October 7, 2013 (Featured on Fierce Content Management)
In a piece this week on ZDNet, writer James Kendrick makes a case against texting to communicate about business issues. Kendrick argues if you use your personal device as many people do these days to communicate about company information, you’re doing your company a disservice by not leaving a trail of the conversation.Read More »
By: Brian T. Horowitz | October 4, 2013 (Featured on CruxialCIO)
If you have alliances, collaborative skunkworks, or close ties to suppliers, it may be time to get all of your partners into your mobile devices’ contacts directory so you can send them messages securely and immediately.Read More »