Jeff sits down with Preston Winn to discuss how school districts worldwide and AirWatch are teaming up to create a safe and robust mobile environment for staff and students.
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Mobile content management is an emerging trend that enterprises need to grow and manage closely to ensure enterprise security and user productivity.
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On Monday VMWare completed its $1.2 billion acquisition of AirWatch, adding one of the premier mobile device management (MDM) companies and gaining a major foothold in the wireless market to better compete with BlackBerry (NASDAQ:BBRY), IBM, Citrix and others.
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After more than a month, VMware (VMW) has completed its acquisition of enterprise mobile management company AirWatch. The acquisition helps to solidify VMware as the company to beat in the race for mobile device management (MDM) supremacy against the likes of Citrix (CTXS), Microsoft (MSFT) and Apple (APPL).
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The winners of the 19th annual Global Mobile Awards have been announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
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Mobile World Congress is going on in Barcelona this week. This 75,000-person, 1,700-exhibitor show covers all aspects of all aspects of mobility, from carriers and telco networking to hardware vendors.
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Last Thursday, members of the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) met inside of AirWatch’s headquarters to have a nice, long talk about “bring your own device” (BYOD).
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PALO ALTO, CA and ATLANTA—Feb. 24, 2014 - VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, today announced it has completed its acquisition of AirWatch, the leading provider of enterprise mobile management and security solutions. Originally announced on Jan. 22, 2014, VMware acquired AirWatch for approximately $1.181B in cash and approximately $364M of installment payments and assumed unvested equity.
There is sure to be more information coming out of Mobile World Congress (MWC) before it ends this week, but big news tends to happen first. From devices and enterprise solutions to something just for fun, here’s a roundup of some announcements thus far.
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Intel is lining up support for its Device Protection Technology (DPT), a layer of security that the chipmaker is adding to Atom processors that are optimized for Android 4.4 (KitKat), in a move that could help the company make gains in the mobile device market.
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