CoSoSys, a mobile device management and endpoint security firm, is incorporating iBeacon technology into its MDM platform to provide location-based mobile device police enforcement.
Following up on a pledge made at TechEd Europe in October, Microsoft announced on Monday that it is offering built-in mobile device management for Office 365 for commercial users.
AT&T and CompuCom, a Dallas-based IT infrastructure firm, are partnering on a new enterprise mobility product that pairs AT&T's wireless voice, data and messaging services with CompuCom's mobility products, mobile management services and strategic lifecycle services.
Sprint has launched an enterprise platform for small- and mid-sized businesses designed to provide connectivity for mobile workers for $200 per user, per month.
The stir surrounding Hillary Clinton and the choices she made as secretary of state regarding her mobile work practices has thrust secure device management into the national spotlight. And while the debate is raging over whether or not Clinton was as careful with state intelligence as she should have been, it has certainly made clear that the options users are offered in today's marketplace far outstrip what she had available to her then.
Cyanogen, developer of an open source version of the Android operating system, is partnering with Boxer to pre-load the Boxer email app on the next version of its OS.
IT departments see user awareness and education as their number one security management challenge, followed by BYOD and lack of time, according to a survey of 1,000 IT managers and administrators by mobile security firm ESET.
Antivirus software firm AVG and identity management firm Centrify have teamed on a secure sign-on service for iOS and Android mobile devices aimed at small and medium-sized businesses struggling to implement a BYOD program.
The number of mobile devices managed in the enterprise grew 72 percent in 2014 compared to 2013, a clear majority of which were iOS devices, according to the Citrix Mobile Analytics Report released on Tuesday.
In the race to get enterprise customers, mobile security vendors can differentiate themselves by offering top-notch customer service, argued Denise Culver in a Light Reading article.