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Appmobi integrates Intel XDK into its secure mobile app platform, launches Secure Cloud service

Appmobi announced this week that it is integrating its Appmobi Secure Mobile Platform with the Intel XDK cross-platform app development tool and offering its services from free to mobile app developers through its new Secure Cloud service for up to 500 devices.

5 real‐world mobile device security practices for SMBs

A vast majority of employees today work from mobile devices, but managing mobile devices – both company and employee owned – is a universal challenge. This challenge is equally as pressing for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) as it is for large enterprises. Chris Pyle, president and CEO of Champion Solutions Group, offers five ways SMBs can improve their mobile security posture.

Apple open sources Swift Benchmarking Suite for app developers

Apple announced this week that its Swift Benchmarking Suite is now open source and ready for developers who want to track performance of their iOS, WatchOS and OS X applications written in the Swift programming language.

Experts see business prospects of autonomous vehicles as far-reaching

Perhaps most important for the future of autonomous vehicles are the business factors driving their development. Automakers, software developers, and other related businesses are not going to enter the space unless they can find surefire ways to make money.

VMware's Workspace One platform designed to unify devices, apps in BYOD, hybrid environments

VMware unveiled Tuesday its Workspace One platform designed to provide secure digital workspaces for company that support BYOD, corporate-owned and hybrid mobile work environments.

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