News & Blog Archive

December 15, 2010

Bob Janacek

Smart phones are taking over

Worried About Smart Phones? Smart phones are taking over.  If your company is like ours, maybe once a week, one of my colleagues brings in and shows off his or her new smart phone.  Some choose the IPhone 4, but since we’re a tech company, many go for the over-the-top wizardry of the latest Android. … Read More »

November 18, 2010

SC Magazine Readers Select DataMotion as a Finalist in 2011 Awards for Best Email Security

Morristown, NJ, November 18, 2010 – DataMotion, Inc., a provider of secure information delivery solutions, has been named a finalist in the Best Email Security category in the 2011 SC Magazine Awards. DataMotion SecureMail was named as a premiere solution in the Reader Trust Award competition, which honors best-in-class security products and services. DataMotion SecureMail easily protects email messages without the need to manage encryption keys or… Read More »

October 21, 2010

DataMotion and Altra Federal Credit Union to Present at the CSI Conference, Sharing Insight on Secure Cloud Communications

Morristown, NJ, October 21, 2010 – DataMotion, Inc., a provider of secure information delivery solutions, today announced that its co-founder and CTO, Bob Janacek, and DataMotion customer, Brian Boettcher, Vice President of Information Technology and CIO, Altra Federal Credit Union, will present at the CSI Annual 2010 conference, which will be held October 26-29, 2010 in Washington,… Read More »

October 5, 2010

Monica Hutton

March of the Turtles

Usually we talk about email, files and forms in motion here at DataMotion, but last month the buzz was all about turtles in motion. Baby turtles that is. Earlier this summer we saw a mother turtle laying her eggs in the ground around the perimeter of the pond in our parking lot. And last month,… Read More »

August 17, 2010

Bob Janacek

Ease of Use and Robust Security

In my first post to the DataMotion blog I want to talk about one of the main problems with most security today; the idea that a secure system cannot be easy to use, and that an easy to use system cannot be secure. It is easy to understand why this seems to be the case,… Read More »

August 11, 2010

DataMotion in the News: Going green is a golden opportunity for providers

Healthcare providers are getting heavily nickeled and dimed on their energy costs without even knowing it, “Green IT” proponents say. And while going “green” may be a high-profile social movement with political overtones, it is actually a concept rooted in pragmatism designed to save money while saving the earth at the same time. Vernon Hills,… Read More »

July 21, 2010

Bob Janacek

Implementing Forms Automation

Electronic forms, or eForms, are a hot topic.  They’re being used by many organizations to replace paper-based forms and faxes.  And as a result, these organizations achieve cost savings, have more efficient business processes, see a reduction in data errors, and have higher customer satisfaction. In a typical scenario, a person receives and fills out… Read More »

July 20, 2010

Bob Janacek

Buying computer security is often like buying insurance

Buying computer security is often like buying insurance.  It won’t make money for you (usually), but rather it’s an investment in peace of mind.  Types of security that fall into this category include antivirus and firewalls.  There are however, a few types of security products that actually can make money for an organization, allowing them… Read More »

July 14, 2010

Bob Janacek

Go Green and Be Secure

The push to be green is great for the environment, but oftentimes results in higher costs than doing it the old way.  Wouldn’t it be great if your company could become greener and make more money as a result?  That’s why lots of companies are ditching their paper forms and going electronic.  eForms, as they’re… Read More »

July 13, 2010

Bob Janacek

Doctors Using Email?

What a difference a decade makes!  Ten years ago, when we offered our encrypted email solution to doctors, typical responses were along the lines of “Encrypted email?  I don’t even have regular email yet.”   And in those days, probably an equally small set of people were familiar with HIPAA, understood how it would deeply affect… Read More »

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