Monthly Archives: December 2012

Gliph 2012 Press and Industry Recognition in Review

Gliph was blessed to get coverage from publications small and large over the course of the year. We appreciated the attention! Here’s a look at a portion of the coverage in roughly reverse chronological order (newest first):

Internationally, Gliph was recognized in a variety of countries and publications or media. Here is a partial list:

Gliph had a few notable social media mentions we wanted to share as well:
We had a lot of great mentions from our users on Twitter and Facebook as well. We tried to retweet folks as much as we could. If you wrote about Gliph and don’t see your blog entry or post above, please email us and we’ll add it to the list.
We’d like to thank everyone who had a hand in sharing Gliph by cable television, the web, or just by mentioning it to a friend in passing. Have a Happy New Year!

Gliph Messaging for iOS gets Speed, New Delete Option and More in v1.41

Happy Holidays! We’ve got some merry improvements to the Gliph iOS app to share today, along with a brief retrospective on Gliph’s iOS mobile releases in 2012.

What’s New in Gliph for iOS 1.41
This new version of Gliph focuses on improving the overall experience in Gliph secure messaging:

  • Speed improvements in messaging. Messages send faster and conversations load more quickly.
  • Button to delete conversation all at once. You can now permanently delete an entire Gliph conversation using a single button. In a conversation view, tap on the other person’s Gliph in the title bar to see the Connection View. Scroll to the bottom and tap Clear Conversation. You’ll be asked for confirmation. NOTE: Use caution, this will permanently delete the conversation from both sides.
We also added some other improvements throughout the app: Continue reading

Gliph Featured in Forrester Research Report on 2012 Consumer Security Dynamics and Growth Opportunities

Gliph Forrester Research Consumer Security LogosWe’re pleased to share that Gliph was included in a new report on Consumer Security by Forrester Research.

The report was written by Security and Risk analyst, Heidi Shey (@heidishey) and is titled: 2012 Consumer Security Market Landscape: Key Dynamics and Growth Opportunities.

The focus of the report is the changing dynamics of the consumer security market, including the proliferation of freeware and the “app internet.” In the United States, the consumer security market is dominated by Symantec, McAfee and AVG.

One important note from the report is the importance of Continue reading