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The Enterprise Mobility and MDM Weekly News Roundup: 11/3 – 11/7

Mobile Device Management MDM Latest News

Mobile Device Management MDM Latest NewsThe Enterprise Mobility space is growing at a fast and furious rate. The latest news and solutions updates around Mobile Device Management (MDM), Mobile Application Management (MAM), Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs can come at you from all angles and a lot of it can get lost in the fray. While Solutions Review makes it a point to highlight to most important and impactful content and information that can affect how you, the end user and technology buyer, research and ultimately implement these solutions there is always more information out there that you should be aware of. This recap of will bring together additional news and information from the last week regarding Enterprise Mobility and Security Management.

HP has Cloud Mobile Device Management Service for SMBs – ITWorld Canada

“IT departments in some small and mediums-sized business have enough to do keeping the lights on without worrying about managing mobile devices with multiple platforms. For them Hewlett-Packard has created TouchPoint Manager, a cloud-based mobile management service for smart phones, tablets, laptops and desktops running Windows, iOS and Android.”

Microsoft Updates its Mobile Device Management Timeline, Game Plan – Zdnet

“Bring your own device (BYOD) is passe, according to Microsoft execs. What matters more these days is BYO apps and services. Unsurprisingly, that shift works in Microsoft’s favor, given its small mobile-device market share.”

Webroot Provides Businesses Greater Device Visibility and Management with Latest SecureAnywhere™ Mobile Protection – Webroot

Webroot’s enhancements allow managed service providers (MSPs) and information technology (IT) administrators insight into applications installed across all mobile devices under IT management. ”

Mobile Security Concerns Largely Ignored, Despite Threat – eWeek

“Of those that are using or plan to use mobile security software in the next year, 49 percent are turning to mobile device management software.”

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