NEW YORK: Divide, manufacturers of the secure, usable and accessible BYOD container, pronounced that regional financial institution BankWest has from its barrio, cherry – picked Divide to secure corporate data on employee-owned devices and accelerate business communication.
BankWest, a 124-year-old institution in South Dakota, sought a solution to make the company more responsive and efficacious by way of leveraging the growing number of employee-owned smartphones and tablets at the bank. They selected Divide’s FIPS-validated encrypted container to separate corporate and personal information and act in accordance with the FDIC regulations on protecting customer data.
By using Divide, BankWest was able to afford a business tool that permitted its employees to conduct business more quickly using the devices they desire. The bank was also able to array Divide immediately courtesy; Divide’s simple set-up and responsive support team.
Jeremy Scott, communications system administrator at BankWest alleged that employees love the Divide experience and are communicating more with customers and each other, getting more work done outside of the office. Divide is also helping the bank cut its mobility budget by offloading hardware, voice and data costs. “Everything was inside of the container and secured. All of our requirements had been met,” he went on to rhetoricise.
BankWest’s successful BYOD deployment gives emphasis to the sheer value Divide brings to financial organizations. Divide caters to finance companies of all sizes ranging from small banks to Fortune 100 companies, assisting them to protect their sensitive corporate data.
Divide platform was built by former Morgan Stanley mobile IT executives and is meant to aid customers remain compliant with all regulatory requirements