Michael’s new piece on Forbes discusses the announcement of Android for Work and what it means for the future of enterprise mobility now that Google has joined Apple and Samsung in introducing an enterprise platform:
Michael writes on Forbes about how focusing on a strong product and top-notch client support allows Lua to offer a paid-only product,
Michael stopped by WSJ Live’s studio to talk to Tanya Rivero about Lua and the need for secure messaging amongst enterprises.
On his podcast, “Busting the Omnichannel,” Jon Reed from Diginomica stopped by our office to talk shop with our CEO Michael on what changes need to happen to take enterprise communication to a new level.
Will Kelly from TechRepublic dives deeper into the Lua iOS app, exploring every feature in-depth and coming away impressed by the user experience.
Our CEO Michael and Strauss Zelnick stop by Bloomberg TV to chat with Betty Liu about how Lua helps companies step outside their inbox and raise productivity.
There’s a tug of war going on now between Apple and the enterprise: Apple wants to support technology that’s only available for its platforms, but enterprises want to cater to the different device preferences of their employees. Michael pens his thoughts about that in his recent Forbes article, calling for companies like Apple and Android to make it …