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  • November 02, 2015 02 Nov'15

    Good Technology CEO Christy Wyatt leaves BlackBerry

    BlackBerry completed its $425 million acquisition of Good Technology today. Christy Wyatt, Good's chairman, president and CEO, will not be part of the transition process. Spokespeople from both ...

  • October 29, 2015 29 Oct'15

    Apple earnings growth hangs on enterprise use

    Apple had another record quarter, but the company looks to grow even more by enabling iOS in the mobile enterprise through key partnerships and features.

  • October 20, 2015 20 Oct'15

    VMware needs its latest email acquisition to go better than the last one

    In case you missed it last week, in the aftermath of some bigger acquisition news, VMware bought Boxer, a secure email app vendor. Boxer is not VMware's first foray into the email market. In 2010, ...

  • October 19, 2015 19 Oct'15

    Star Wars: The BlackBerry awakens

    Believe it or not, the release of the new Star Wars movie -- and with it the return of Han, Luke and Princess Leia -- is almost upon us. The galaxy far, far away is at the top of my mind. Oddly ...

  • October 16, 2015 16 Oct'15

    Analytics help developers give mobile apps a tune-up

    Delivering enterprise mobile applications to employees is a complex endeavor, but some organizations are turning to in-app analytics to help with the crucial final step: ensuring the long-term ...

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  • October 15, 2015 15 Oct'15

    AirWatch users get secure email app via VMware's Boxer buy

    VMware plans to expand AirWatch's Atlanta offices and looks to integrate newly acquired Boxer into the EMM vendor's platform.

  • October 14, 2015 14 Oct'15

    Keeping up is hard to do

    It’s been an action-packed few months in the mobile world. Just a few days after returning from VMworld, I saw my Twitter feed blow up with the news of BlackBerry’s acquisition of Good Technology. ...

  • October 09, 2015 09 Oct'15

    What a Dell-EMC-VMware merger would mean for the EUC market

    UPDATE (Oct. 12): Dell is officially buying EMC and VMware for $67 billion. Dell buying Citrix is old and busted. Dell buying EMC -- and possibly VMware -- is the new hotness. The Wall Street ...

  • October 06, 2015 06 Oct'15

    Surface Book gives PC market a shot in the arm

    Microsoft's first Windows laptop, the Surface Book, takes on Apple's MacBook Pro and its two new Lumia phones may give Blackberry more trouble.

  • October 06, 2015 06 Oct'15

    Could collaboration software, social media unseat email?

    Email is here to stay, but its functionality could soon be folded into collaboration software, social media and unified communications tools.

  • October 02, 2015 02 Oct'15

    Box, Cisco urge enterprises to adopt digital strategy

    Cisco's John Chambers and Box believe IT digitization will impact every business whether they're ready or not.

  • September 30, 2015 30 Sep'15

    Tim Cook, Box share big plans for mobile enterprise adoption

    Apple and Box have their sights set on businesses, with the expectation that enterprises have only just begun to take advantage of mobile features.

  • September 28, 2015 28 Sep'15

    Why enterprise iOS support continues to rise

    Apple has unseated BlackBerry at the top of the enterprise mobility market and made Windows an afterthought. Android is making efforts to gain ground.

  • September 25, 2015 25 Sep'15

    Android on BlackBerry Priv gives users mobile security, apps

    BlackBerry hopes to reverse its fortunes with an Android smartphone for enterprises that want access to apps without compromising mobile security.

  • September 24, 2015 24 Sep'15

    IT's balancing act between mobile security and privacy

    IT continues to walk a fine line between securing employee devices and allowing them a level of privacy.

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