Secure.Systems™, by SyncDog
End-to-End Mobile Security Solution
Tired of being chained to your desk?
You need SyncDog’s Secure.Systems™. Secure.Systems™ is a mobile security solution built with the mobile worker in mind. Watch to learn how to turn your personal device into a mobile office.
SyncDog, when your old EMM solution just isn’t enough!
SyncDog provides one fully integrated modular solution that ensures…
Email & Data Encryption
Secure Support for BYOD
Native / Hybrid app store
DLP / Dual Persona
IOS or Android
Role Based Functionality
Empower Your Mobile Workforce
A single instance of our Secure.Systems™ solution can be utilized across your mobile workforce as well as 3rd party contractors and consultants.
The Secure.Systems™ Workspace provides a secure application platform for employees accessing enterprise mobile productivity apps on BYOD or CYOD (Choose Your Own Device) devices.
Increased Productivity & Security
Our solution finally removes the technological struggle of having to choose between increased security or increased productivity. SyncDog enables you to have both.
See How Secure.Systems™ Can Secure Your Mobile Workforce
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