BlackBerry is expanding its Australian business as more enterprises choose its cross-platform solutions for multi-OS enterprise mobility management, secure file-sharing and networked crisis communications.
BlackBerry is to acquire WatchDox and will offer the data security company’s technology as a value-added service to complement its own portfolio of Enterprise Mobility Management solutions, and which will be available with BES12, a multi-OS EMM solution.
VMware's AirWatch enterprise mobility management operation and security vendor Palo Alto Networks intend to increase the integration between their products.
Citrix's XenMobile enterprise mobility management (EMM) now supports Android devices.
Good Technology's enterprise mobility management products were ready when iOS 8 was released yesterday, complete with support for the new system software's mobile device management functionality.
Unified Identity Management solutions provider Centrify has expanded and enhanced its OEM partnership with Samsung in a move which sees Centrify's Identity and Access Management (IAM) technology embedded in the Samsung KNOX EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management) cloud-based service.
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