Cube-i are excited to announce that Cube-i LTD has been awarded their ISO 27001:2017 certification.
ISO 27001:2017 is one of the most widely recognized and internationally accepted information security standards. It identifies requirements for a comprehensive Information Security Management System (ISMS) and defines how organisations should manage and handle information in a secure manner, including appropriate security controls.
In order to achieve the certification, Cube-i’s compliance was validated by an independent audit from the British Assessment Bureau, demonstrating an ongoing and systematic approach to managing and protecting company and customer data.
Being an event technology solutions company with cloud based and localised platforms for blue chip companies, managing and handling data is something that we take seriously and work at every day. The security team at Cube-i LTD comes to work each day with the goal of improving security for the processes, people and technology powering our services.
While this is big news, the ISO 27001:2017 certification is just the first step of our security compliance roadmap. We’ve got a lot planned for the future.
If you would like to talk to us about how to create an event app that protects all your event data, our sales team will be more than willing to help. You can call them on +44 1604 419780.
With so much going on at Cube-i we thought it was about time we kept you up to date by lauching our new website. It is completely mobile friendly so no matter what size screen or type of you device you have it should look great on it. We have full details of our new Bring Your Own Device system and the exciting new Eventwall. We also have online demo of both to try out.
Just let us know if you have any questions, need a demo or would just like some advice on how to get the most out of your event.
With mobile phones getting smarter and more powerful by the day, it makes perfect sense to make use of the technology your delegates already own. Working with J&J and RogenSI at St Pancras Hotel in London where we not only allowed delegates to install our new BYOD web app, we also incorporated into Guidebook which J&J were already using for the event. By incorporating our app within there it kept the process of swapping between the two apps exceedingly simple to use.
At any time delegates could open the application and submit a question which came through to a facilitator's iPads in real time and through a simple interface allowed them to perpare for the Q&A session.
A series of leadership workshop questions were asked of the audience to help shape the business and as the feedback came in, we were able to post responses to the main screen in real time.
Our BYOD system works on all iPhones, Android and Windows devices.
Annie Mawson had a hugely successful event at The House of Lords on Wednesday evening, with Lord Archer hosting the event and running the main auction. The silent auction was a huge success and managed to help them raise almost double compared to their 2013 silent auction.
Sunbeams was founded by Cumbrian born Harpist and singer Annie Mawson in 1992 to improve the health and wellbeing of people with special needs through the creative power of music.
The Charity provides therapeutic Music For Life® and Music for Dignity® music sessions in over 40 project venues, to 1,400 disabled and disadvantaged people every month.
Visit the Sunbeam's website if you would like more information about the charity.
Earlier this year we re-wrote our iPad registration system, which was when we thought of the idea about using the iPad to take a picture of the delegate as they arrived. It didn't take long for that idea to turn into the Photowall which is an animated stream of photos scrolling up and down to show all the delegates at your event. Simple and elegent and mesmerising to watch. The Scribblewall was added as an additional feature that allows you to ask your delegates simple questions and you get them to scribble their answer onto the iPad. The software automatically animates through all the answers received and there is a moderator page to ensure no offensive content can appear.
The software effectively runs itself and can be run through the internet, so all you need is some iPads to collect the photos and scribbles and a laptop to display the wall.