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Apple and IBM Announce Partnership

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In a move that blurs the line between consumer gadgets and enterprise technology, Apple and IBM announced on July 15 th a partnership to transform enterprise mobility. The collaboration intends to develop new business applications that bring IBM’s big data capabilities, security services, and device management to Apple’s popular iPhones and iPads. In an interview on CNBC , Apple CEO Tim Cook expressed his enthusiasm and high expectations for the partnership. “I

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News on @Fixmo and Defense Information Systems Agency Mobility Management for U.S. Department of Defense

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Defense Information Systems Agency Mobility Management for U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) announced the awarding of a landmark contract for Mobile Device Management and Mobile Application Store (MDM/MAS) capabilities to support the use of hundreds of thousands of Apple iOS and Android devices across the U.S. In partnership with Digital Management Inc. ” Enabling Secure and Compliant Mobile Computing for Government.

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An Apple Watch with Family Setup is an expensive electronic child leash

The Verge

An Apple Watch showing the Schooltime watchface. Apple’s take on a GPS tracker watch for kids is unique but costly The most interesting Apple Watch product Apple announced this year wasn’t the new flagship Series 6 or the new lower-cost Watch SE. Memoji on the Apple Watch.

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Mobility in DoD – Let’s get this SHOW ON THE ROAD!

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The military organization purchases whatever devices they want (as long as they are Samsung or Apple), and DISA will “manage” the devices for a fee ($7.36 per device/per month). Included in this management plan they will have an Application Store, negotiate good carrier rates, and manage security features (like tamper detection and device integrity). They think they can manage them much cheaper than DISA (maybe as low as $5/month).

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Mobile, security tools among education tech favorites

Network World

In the school district of La Crosse, Vicki Lyons depends on mobile device management software from Jamf to manage the Wisconsin district’s fleet of iPads and MacBook Air devices. The Apple device management platform plays a key role in the district’s efforts to provide equitable access to technology to all of its students. “We We use Jamf Pro as our device management solution for our 1:1 iPad program district-wide.

Federal Government and Private Sector Enterprise Ramifications for a Samsung Purchase of Blackberry

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If true, such a deal would surely represent a game-changer for mobile security conscious government and private sector enterprises. Not only does Blackberry hold many thousand patents around secure messaging (which helps Samsung in its battle with rival Apple and other competitors), Blackberry has built a proven messaging infrastructure to help win both government and regulated industry business. CTO Cyber Security DoD and IC Mobile BlackBerry samsung By Randy Siegel.

All You Need to Know About VMI for Mobile Apps

Galido

Most of the corporates have started utilizing smartphones and other different devices for business purpose. As a result, it offers extra security for data and devices. It has recently started growing to a considerable degree but still, it is a new technology and has managed to capture the desired attention level of various industrial sectors as well in the digital world. It creates virtual versions of mobile applications and sends them to a vast collection of devices.

The CTO made me do it - A Screw's Loose

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of course, the answer is no but you don’t have much of a choice now, his device has to be enabled. This is where true BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) began; enabling your executives to work on the new devices they had just bought. In the beginning it was easy, you enabled mail on the device through ActiveSync and you were done. That lasted until the App Store appeared and now you had to deal with actually managing the devices. Security. Security.

Microsoft Surface Book 3 (15-inch) review: more power, more problems

The Verge

Microsoft says it has focused on power with this latest model and is aiming the device at developers and creatives who need the versatility of being able to detach the display and the power of a real GPU in the base. Microsoft is using the same nearly 4K display (3240 x 2160) from the Book 2 here, with the typical 3:2 aspect ratio found on Surface devices. Microsoft had an opportunity to make this trackpad far bigger, like Dell and Apple do on their 15-inch (or similar) machines.

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Herding Kangaroos - A Screw's Loose

A Screw's Loose

I spend a lot of time talking to EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management) vendors these days. Previously these were all MDM (Mobile Device Management) vendors, but as that acronym has started to lose some buzz they decided a name change is in order. The Consumerization of IT (CoIT) has led them to realize that they can’t keep selling businesses licenses to their product that will sit on the shelf unused due to the exorbitant control that IT would be exerting on a user’s device.

VMworld 2014 Day 2 Keynote

Scott Lowe

The second major pillar that Poonen discusses is enterprise mobility management. It’s not just about application management, but also about content management, email management, and device management. The partnership brings together AirWatch and SAP Secure Mobile for the secure delivery of applications to mobile devices. This radically simplifies the administration and management of desktops and applications.

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The tech antitrust hearing was good, actually

The Verge

The House Judiciary Committee’s investigation into the market power of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google ran to nearly six hours, accounting for a handful of delays and intermissions. Tim Apple needs some work. Well, we had an antitrust hearing. A long one, too.