November 29th, 2013, 08:15 AM
F-Secure is looking for UX Developers and UX Designers!
Technological innovation can greatly improve productivity but also brings new risks. Today’s businesses are more connected, networked and mobile than ever before. They use multiple connected devices like laptops, PDAs and smartphones. Employees share more files and enjoy the benefits of broadband, wireless hotspots and networked applications like instant messaging and VoIP.
F-Secure business portfolio covers suites that include all-in-one security packages and licensed products covering desktops and laptops, servers, mobile, email and web-filtering. Our innovative products include the latest technologies, such as cloud computing technology and we are a pioneer in delivering Security as a Service (SaaS) to businesses. Our long experience in delivering world class security is highlighted in several reviews and our strategy praised by strategists. We co-operate with thousands of channel partners globally to meet the increasing security demand of businesses.
We are now looking for frontend and backend UX developers and UX graphic designers to build world class UX and UI into these products and services.
We are looking for passionate and highly talented developers to build our Corporate Security products and services for small- and medium-sized business customers. We offer you a position in our international team implementing the next generation of cloud-based security management tools, APIs and UIs together with other engineers and UX designers.
We are looking for a talented Senior UX Graphic Designer to design enjoyable and beautiful products for our business clients. We offer you a position in our international team designing solutions with world class visual impact in close collaboration with our users, R&D, marketing and brand design, localization, customer support and many other teams.
Join us to build the best and most user-friendly protection in the world!
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