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The Latest in MDM Solutions News and Updates from Top Providers

Mobile Device Management MDM Latest News

Mobile Device Management MDM Latest NewsHere us a quick wrap up of the latest news and updates surrounding the Mobile Device Management solution providers and the growing trend in enterprise mobility. Enterprises continue to become more mobile, and providers are continuing to notice this trend adding solutions to their portfolios to address the security concerns that are coupled with increased mobility. This week’s wrap up highlights just that, with a few providers adding to their solution set while we see one provider bringing in a new series of funding totaling the amount they have raised to $150 million.

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Spiceworks adds mobile device support to free IT-management platform

Spiceworks has unveiled the latest release of its IT-management platform, adding mobile device management (MDM) capabilities as its major new feature, alongside updated inventory scanning and helpdesk enhancements.

Available now, Spiceworks 7 adds MDM capabilities through a partnership with mobility specialist Fiberlink that offers Spiceworks subscribers access to a subset of features of its MaaS360 cloud-based mobility-as-a-service suite.

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AT&T ramps up its managed security push, adds mobile device management

AT&T (NYSE: T) has unveiled a new set of managed security solutions, including a mobile security solution that it will roll out later this year, which is part of a broader strategy it announced during the recent 15th Annual AT&T Cyber Security Conference.

First on the list is a new cyber security solution that AT&T says combines network and device-level security controls with VPN, application security and mobile device management capabilities. These services will enable businesses to manage security for their growing mobile ecosystems whether they run on AT&T’s wireless network or another provider’s.

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MobileIron raises $50M for mobile device management

Mobile device management company MobileIron disclosed on Friday that it raised $50 million in Series F funding.

The Mountain View company led by Bob Tinker said that the round was led by new investor Northgate Capital. They were joined by new investors UMC Capital, the corporate venture arm of leading semiconductor foundry United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC), and SingTel Innov8, the corporate VC arm of the SingTel Group, a leading Asian communications group.

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