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imeetify expands its platform with mobile calendar sharing feature


June 7, 2020 – imeetify ( www.imeetify.com), a novel mobile productivity application available on iOS and Android platforms announces the release of “Speed Share” to expand on its inaugural version of the app that originally enabled “speed meetings” as a first-of-its-kind quick meeting organizer. Ben White, CPO imeetify says “The speed share feature is a testimony to our core philosophy of making things simple.

Currently, no other application includes a calendar share feature designed to simplify the arduous & complex process of calendar sharing.”

The “Speed Share” upgrade now enables users to easily share their calendars with contacts throughout their phone, a benefit that has never been available before on a mobile device. The recipient contact can in turn elect to use their mobile number, or alternatively can choose to use a simple web link to confirm meeting(s).

The novel upgrade represents another progression in imeetify’s original mission to create more seamless and easier mobile user experiences. imeetify purposes to facilitate more productivity, and less fatigue in the process.

80% of all users used a mobile device to search the internet in 2019, and more than 50% of all websites are now using responsive web design technologies to work with all devices. We need well-optimized mobile applications to meet the demands of evolving consumer technology choices. imeetify is leading the way by building on a platform that allows businesses and consumers to harness the power of AI and create power-packed mobile applications that are simple and easy to use.

imeetify is free, and the calendar link and share version will also be available in the Apple store and Google play via paid plans.

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imeetify is a scheduling platform that acts to help businesses harness the power of AI to increase productivity. The platform is enhanced by power-packed mobile applications designed for end-users on their smart-phones.

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KYND releases new Ransomware feature to help businesses reduce their risk of attack


KYND Limited, a provider of pioneering cyber risk management products, unveiled a new ransomware prevention feature that is now available to all KYND ON customers.

Ransomware attack notifications rose by 131% in 2019* and are predicted to become even more of a threat as businesses adapt to the new ways of working caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

KYND’s new ransomware feature, available to KYND ON customers, helps organisations effectively reduce their risk of suffering a ransomware attack and more effectively manage this growing threat in a simple and easy to understand way. Using KYND’s proprietary cyber risk technology the new ransomware feature provides instant insight into an organisation’s visible exposure to attack and provides targeted recommendations to help reduce this risk based on the specific vulnerabilities it has identified.

KYND ON continuously monitors a business’ cyber risks and immediately alerts them to new and potential vulnerabilities as they arise. This advanced and powerful, yet easy-to-understand service gives organisations the visibility and insight they need to identify their cyber risks and provides clear and simple instructions on how to mitigate them.

Andy Thomas, KYND’s CEO, says ” Ransomware is a plague on businesses around the globe, but a prompt approach to identifying and minimising obvious vulnerabilities can help any organisation reduce its risk of falling victim and its far-reaching impacts. Introducing the Ransomware feature for our customers is a meaningful step forward in our mission to #StopTheBad and make easy to understand and accessible cyber risk management available to every business on the planet.”

About KYND
Founded in March 2018 and headquartered in London, KYND is a new breed of cyber company. KYND makes complex cyber risks simple to understand and manage for every organisation, regardless of size, means or industry sector.

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