Nukona brings Mobile Information Management to the Enterprise


I stopped by the very busy Nukona booth at CITE and got a chance to catch up with their CMO, Brad Murdoch. Nukona, as of last Thursday, has introduced Mobile Information Management (MIM) into their platform. This is fantastic news for those of you who are following the evolution of mobile devices in the enterprise as MIM is the next logical step.(see also Brian Katz’s coincidentally timed post on MIM)

Nukona’s Mobile Information Management functionality is currently limited to viewing content such as PDF’s and videos (sorry no Office docs yet), but it does so in the same secure container that the apps run under. Best of all, it does so in the same container that apps are managed under. This means that you can dynamically apply policies to documents the same way you can apps.

Nukona’s MIM functionality has lots of room to grow, however this is definitely a step in the right direction for enterprise mobility. You can expect to see some great additional features in this area in the future. Nukona offers a free version -so you have no excuse to not check it out: http://www.nukona.com

Here is a screenshot:

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