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Enterprise Mobility News Roundup Oct 12-Oc 18

Oct 12-18

VMware Looks to Marry PIM, EMM via Boxer Buyout–  VMware made a strategic move to gain access to personal information management (PIM) software by acquiring Boxer Inc. Destined to become part of VMware’s AirWatch business unit, the Boxer acquisition is part of an ongoing strategic VMware Business Mobility initiative that focuses on transforming workflows using mobile computing technologies, said Erik Frieberg, vice president of marketing for end-user computing, VMware.

Globo Unveils The Industry’s First Complete Mobility Solution For iOS 9 App Design, Development And Deployment– Same-Day Support for Apple’s Latest Release Provides Globo Customers with Robust, Secure Mobile Enterprise Environment End-to-End. Globo Plc, a global provider of complete enterprise mobility management and application development services and solutions, today announced its comprehensive support for iOS 9 to meet the needs of IT, line of business managers and end users.

Good Technology Expands EMM to Windows As the line between laptops and tablets blurs, particularly after the recent release of Windows 10, enterprises are looking to extend enterprise mobility management (EMM) solutions across multiple platforms and on many types of devices. To support these needs, Good Technology ( debuted a secure solution for Web apps for Windows, as well as expansion of its EMM solution for Windows.

mFrontiers to introduce mFinity® platform solutions for the Internet of Things at Oracle OpenWorld 2015 mFrontiers has expanded the reach of its mFinity platform. Originally released as mFinity EMMP, an Oracle-based platform for Enterprise Mobility Management, mFrontiers has evolved the platform into mFinity IoT, to provide monitoring, control, and data collection for the Internet of Things. mFrontiers will be demonstrating both mFinity IoT and EMMP at Oracle OpenWorld 2015 in San Francisco, October 25-29, booth 2021.

PeopleNet to offer mobility software on Samsung devices– PeopleNet announced it is partnering with Samsung Electronics to offer PeopleNet software on Samsung devices. The new off-the-shelf mobility option allows fleets to deploy proprietary company apps, approved third-party programs and PeopleNet software on the same device.

Six Android Marshmallow Features to Embrace in Your Enterprise–  1.4 billion people: That’s the latest number of Android usersacross the globe. Nearly 20 percent of the Earth’s population is utilizing Google’s Android mobile operating system (OS) on a day-to-day basis. Let that sink in for a moment. Android is the dominant mobile platform worldwide. If you ask any company that’s currently leveraging bring-your-own-device (BYOD), I’m sure they can confirm this based on the device representation in their mobile work environments.

EMS expands their secure product portfolio with mobility solutions from BlackBerry– The FINANCIAL — BlackBerry Limited on October 18 announced that EMS, a BlackBerry Strategic Channel Partner, is now offering BES 12 Cloud in addition to BES12 on-premise. BES12 Cloud is a cloud-based enterprise mobility management solution that offers easy management of iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry 10 smartphones and tablets, as well as a wide range of Samsung KNOX and Android for Work smartphones and tablets.

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