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Enterprise Mobility Technology
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Enterprise Mobility Technology
Date  Report
Apr 24
MuleSoft Anypoint has matured to make APIs and integration more consumable through development technologies such as an improved UI and reusable APIs which are auto-populated.

Apr 21
While positioned as a product portfolio unification, Check Point Infinity is little more than a new go-to-market message. It's an attempt to mimic security integration leaders, but without producing significant new portfolio integrations.

Apr 3
Containerization’s ability to bridge application development platforms and data center infrastructure has made it cloud’s most important current technology craze.

Mar 30
It is hard to underestimate how important the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are to Samsung. The form factor is radical enough to ensure solid sales, but Samsung is leaving Apple and Google a lot of room to compete.

Mar 21
IBM released a string of DevOps tools to ease development and deployment around advanced apps, simplifying access to cognitive and security services and highlighting IBM’s enterprise-scale differentiators.

Mar 6
BlackBerry is now an enterprise software company focusing on secure mobility, collaboration and IoT. Its challenges are to grow its new solutions before the legacy ones dry up and to convince the world its radical business transformation can work.

Mar 1
Late to the game, SAP adds big data and analytics technologies to its PaaS offering, which has also been rebranded to better reflect its broader solutions for addressing intelligent IoT and mobile apps.

Feb 27
After showing off prototypes at CES, TCL has provided naming, specs, pricing, and availability details for the first BlackBerry smartphone it designed and will sell itself. TCL still has a lot of work to do.

Feb 23
MobileIron has joined its EMM rivals in pursuing IoT security offerings for devices and data. Its existing product architecture is a great fit for IoT, but it’s unclear how it plans to differentiate competitively.

Feb 10
Box’s partnership with RAD provider Mendix adds a modern alternative to enterprise content management, addressing enterprises’ need for both security/governance and rapid application development.

Jan 27
With the centerpiece of MobileIron’s EMM solution quietly moving to the cloud, the vendor finally has a fully cloud-based EMM solution that can effectively compete with key EMM rivals VMware AirWatch and Microsoft.

Jan 20
RAD’s recent innovations have the high-productivity platform poised to be an important component of the cloud development stack.

Jan 20
RAD innovations coupled with the emergence of new development architectures and cloud infrastructures have prompted a heightened sense of urgency among cloud players to include the low-code development platforms within their stacks.

Dec 14 2016
The IoT market is heating up as barriers drop, stemming from innovation driving new solutions around edge-based gateways, key messaging/networking protocols, device security, and integration/API solutions.

Dec 12 2016
There was news last week in every market segment we cover: phones, smartwatches, VR, consumer IoT, and mobile computing! This wrap-up covers the practical and strategic implications of what is usually a quiet period post-Black Friday and pre-CES.

Oct 28 2016
The decision to end its hardware efforts also marks the end of the ‘old’ BlackBerry. No longer tied to inferior handsets, the vendor’s software-centric future is based on mobile management, security, and collaboration, and its future is bright.


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