Fiberlink, a private company in Bluebell, PA that leads in the development of secure mobile workforce solutions, has named, James Dibrino, VP of Operations. Fiberlink, with over 250 employees, provides the widely used Extend360 suite of security solutions for a broad array of access options. Mr. Dibrino, who has excelled in operations at a diverse set of companies over the past 20 years, brings an exceptional level of expertise in network development, Internet products and major project direction to his new position.
In recent years, James Dibrino completely evaluated the IT function at Elwyn, Inc., an international nonprofit human services organization. He also supervised the development and implementation of a Clinical Trials application for Integrated Clinical Data. Earlier, at Covad Communications (AMEX: DWV), Mr. Dibrino had responsibility for integrating an acquired product into the Covad DSL bundle of layered security software.
In the 14 years prior to that, James Dibrino established himself as an industry leader at Sungard Data Systems, a global leader in software integration and availability solutions that was taken private in 2005. After implementing a Commercial Service Bureau there, he received a special assignment to turn around the Recovery Services Division that led to his rise through successively higher operations positions to Chief Operating Officer of Sungard Recovery Services, and then President of Sungard Network Solutions.
James Dibrino received his Bachelor of Arts degree at Florida University.
Fiberlink is the recognized leader in software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions for secure enterprise mobile device and application management. Its cloud-based MaaS360 platform provides IT organizations with mobility intelligence and control over mobile devices, applications and content to enhance the mobile user experience and keep corporate data secure across smartphones, tablets and laptops. MaaS360 helps companies monitor the expanding suite of mobile operating systems, including Apple iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone. In 2013, the company was acquired by IBM. With Fiberlink’s MaaS360 cloud-based offerings, IBM expanded its “bring your own device” (BYOD) capabilities to deliver a complete mobile management and security solution through IBM MobileFirst that includes trusted transactions and security intelligence capabilities for mobile apps, users, content and data.