Intelligent workplace specialists LiveTiles announced Aug. 9 that its AI cybersecurity solution — launched in June 2019 — is now being offered directly in 39 countries, via partners and the company’s Microsoft co-sell arrangement.
Thus far, the solution —developed in conjunction with Nucleus Cyber and added as a premium feature of LiveTiles Intelligent Workplace Platform — is garnering interest from corporations, government agencies and educational institutions.
Microsoft is co-selling LiveTiles technologies alongside Microsoft products to enterprises in the Asia Pacific, North American, South American, and European regions, with Microsoft offering internal incentives to their field salesforce to introduce third-party solutions to customers, including LiveTiles’ suite of technologies.
“Our AI cybersecurity platform is taking bold and immediate effect with early wins giving confidence in relation to our evolving customer value proposition and growth,” said LiveTiles president Daniel Diefendorf. “LiveTiles’ new solution with Nucleus Cyber offers enterprise customers the ability to not only create, but secure collaboration channels. It is quickly gaining traction across our global markets and partners alike. We have always been a User Experience company at our core, but we also realize the critical need of protecting the users’ data and our customers’ intellectual property.”
Nucleus Cyber CEO Kurt Mueffelmann added: “External hacking into sensitive corporate data, such as the recent breaches that have made headlines across a number of companies, poses a significant threat and rising challenge to modern enterprises today. Now, with the advent of hybrid collaboration tools that combine features that were once security siloed, it’s imperative that organizations address how to securely manage communications.
“Organizations must take into serious consideration both document sharing and retention that is open not only to employees, but external guests and third-parties as well. This is where our joint solution comes into play.”