Quick takes on the latest mobile IT news for Monday, 1/13 including: why enterprises are seeking mobile app developers so diligently this year, bright and shiny Windows 9 in our near future, Google's work to increase capabilities of those who develop Android apps, words of wisdom for small firms on the BYOD phenomenon and what the CEO of BoxTone has to say about the value of mobility.
As the BYOD movement takes hold in the enterprise, many organizations have stood up mobile device management software and whitelisted apps to provide a minimally invasive and least disruptive path to security. Now it looks like enterprises can take a similarly hands-off approach to device support.
BoxTone, an enterprise mobility management firm, has purchased the intellectual property, along with the customer and OEM partner base, of 3LM from Motorola for an undisclosed consideration, Brian Reed, chief product officer with the company, told FierceMobileIT.
Mobile security firm Good Technology and enterprise mobility management firm BoxTone are partnering to offer enterprises a secure mobile device and application management product.
Xerox unveiled a cloud-based service for mobile device management this week, seeking to make it easier to deploy and oversee the explosion of smartphones and tablets employees use on company
SAN DIEGO--Motorola Mobility (NYSE: MMI) subsidiary Three Laws of Mobility (3LM) and enterprise mobility management company BoxTone have created an alliance designed to deliver enterprise-ready
BoxTone announced it has added what it calls the first fully automated policy and compliance management engine to its mobile device management platform. The company's Enterprise Mobility Management
Mobile service management software company BoxTone said that based on surveys of nearly 1200 IT professionals at more than 800 enterprise, government and managed services providers, iPad adoption is
BoxTone announced its management software now supports Good Technology's integrated messaging and collaboration suite of offerings for the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone and iPad, Google (NASDAQ: GOOG)