Mobile & IoT News

Apple (Finally) Embraces BYOD with iOS 7: An IDN Expert Voices Report

Early signs are in from the Apple iOS 7 launch, and the verdict from Apple partners and enterprise mobility firms is that Apple may have finally released a real set of BYOD-friendly features worth of IT attention.

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SOA Software ‘s Mobile Application Gateway Supports a Simplified Mobile Lifecycle

SOA Software has unveiled its Mobile Application Gateway solution, a platform that lets enterprise IT leverage APIs  for mobile app dev and deployment to save time and money.  The Mobile Application Gateway offers an easy way to connect all of those apps, data sources and services to mobile apps ensuring security, availability, and performance.

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AirWatch, Symplified Team Up On Mobile Enterprise Identity Solution

Enterprise mobility management (EMM) provider AirWatch, and cloud identity company Symplified are teaming up to make it easier for businesses to manage BYOD mobile apps, as well as access to data  across mobile, cloud and on-premises.

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Roambi Takes Data Visualization To the Cloud; Broadens User, Mobile Access

Roambi is offering a cloud-optimized version of its successful on-premise data visualization technology to better meet users’ needs for quick and simple mobile access to powerful data-derived visualizations and insights. IDN talks with Roambi co-founder Quinton Alsbury. 

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Sencha Space Helps Enterprise IT Build & Manage BYOD Mobile Apps

Sencha is previewing Sencha Space, a secure and managed environment for business apps that runs on any mobile device. Sencha Space lets devs wrestling with BYOD avoid the need to write a new app every time a user brings a new device into the organization. Rather, using Sencha’s device-level APIs, they can reuse code they’ve already written to deploy new apps in a secure environment.

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BlackBerry Bright Spot: BES 10’s BYOD Security and Management Catches IT Interest

Even as BlackBerry says this week it is looking for “strategic alternatives,” one bright spot is IT’s growing interest in BlackBerry’s BYOD security and management offerings that work with Android, iOS and BlackBerry devices. Some 60% of Fortune 500s are using or evaluating BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10. IDN speaks with BlackBerry vice president Bob Dawson.

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Mobile Labs’ deviceConnect Cloud Improves Enterprise Mobile Testing

Mobile Labs is shipping an update to deviceConnect, its internal device cloud that offers comprehensive management of a mobile test lab’s mobile assets. The latest edition of  deviceConnect looks to improve tester productivity and help mobile IT project managers speed up enterprise BYOD and other mobile projects.

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Study: BYOx Next Big Headache for CIOs, Security Officers

Even as BYOD is keeping CIOs and CISOs up at night, there’s a new BYO making its presence that’s sure to cause even more headaches for IT  -- BYOx, where ‘x’ is anything from the latest mobile device to personal apps, web services, cloud storage and more. Research from Wisegate looks at how BYOx is affecting CIOs and IT security professionals. 

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Agiliance Launches Mobile Trust Service To Guard Against BYOD Risks

Agiliance Inc., a provider of integrated risk management solutions for governance and security programs is offering a solution to help ensure BYOD solutions meet security requirements. The Agiliance Mobile Trust Service lets IT identify and prevent BYOD risks and vulnerabilities in real time.

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AirWatch Rolls Out Cloud-Based Mobile Management, Security for SMBs, Healthcare

Mobile security company AirWatch has unveiled AirWatch Professional, a solution that uses the cloud to help companies more easily secure and manage mobile devices via an intuitive web-based console. AirWatch is also working with TigerText, a provider of secure, real-time messaging, to deliver mobile security and management for healthcare.

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Openmind Networks Opens Up Mobile Com Platform with Developer API

Openmind Networks is opening its mobile communications platform to third-party devs via a new API. The Openmind API will allow devs to tap into a range of telecom functionality to create and launch a variety of apps across multiple access devices.

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IBM Upgrades MobileFirst; Supports Mobile Lifecycle To Promote Apps for People, Devices

Last week, IBM unveiled a wide range of upgrades to its MobileFirst platform and portfolio. To learn how these latest add-ons will support the full mobile app lifecycle – and meet the needs of devs, deployment teams, operations managers and even LOB managers responsible for mobile projects. IDN speaks with IBM general manager Marie Wieck.

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