Moka5 Enhances Enterprise AnyWare, Teams With ControlFusion
By Craig Galbraith
July 18, 2014 - News
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Moka5 this week announced new cloud enhancements to its core infrastructure — Moka5 Enterprise AnyWare.

The provider of next-generation, end-user computing solutions says that the improvements enabled the widest range of deployment options for secure, client-side container management: on premises, cloud or anywhere in between.

“While there’s been a lot of discussion about cloud computing and its impact on enterprise IT, most enterprise organizations aren’t ready for cloud-only infrastructure management," said Dave Robbins, CEO of Moka5. “IT needs a flexible, intelligent architecture for container management that enables them to deploy wherever they need based on their requirements. These new enhancements to the Enterprise AnyWare platform enable us to support on-premises only, cloud-only, or a combination of the two."

Moka5 Enterprise AnyWare delivers the core end-user computing management and security functions IT needs for today’s highly dynamic and mobile computing landscape via a unified and distributed architecture centrally managed by a common console. Moreover, Moka5 delivers the performance, productivity, and privacy that end-users demand, even in low-to-no bandwidth environments and regardless of device ownership status, the company said.

Moka5 is also announcing a new partnership with ControlFusion, which is focused on deploying, managing, and optimizing Moka5 as a fully hosted, managed cloud-based service.  

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