AirWatch has some new research on the use of mobile in the enterprise, in particular for mid-market companies. It splits the market into progressive and conservative adopters. Read more on Mobile Phone Development.
Paul Brubaker, director of U.S. federal government for Airwatch by VMware, joins FedScoop TV to discuss the cultural obstacles surrounding the adoption of mobility in federal government. Watch the video on FedScoop.
Today’s hackers are very sophisticated when it comes to launching attacks that gain access to sensitive government networks through mobile devices. Listen to the podcast with Paul Brubaker on The Intersection.
VMware’s US$1.54 billion acquisition of AirWatch to strengthen its position in the global enterprise mobility market has been paying off since the deal was closed more than a year ago. Read more on Techgoodnu.
In a world where threats against corporate data are becoming commonplace at every level, enabling a BYOD mobile program can seem like a risky move for IT. Read more on Enterprise Apps Tech.
The latest VMware/AirWatch integration with NSX creates individualized virtual networks for enhanced security. Read more on TechTarget.
The “new” VMware is all about bundling multiple products into suites and selling customers on the benefits of using them in concert with each other, and now the vendor is applying this to data center security. Read more on CRN.
VMware is combining iOS and Android encryption features with its own network virtualization platform to offer more secure access to enterprise applications and resources. Read more on CIO.
VMware announced it has pulled together multiple technologies from its portfolio to create the VMware Collaboration Bundle, which includes AirWatch Content Locker, file synchronization and sharing software; SocialCast enterprise collaboration software and AirWatch video distribution software. Read more on The VAR Guy.
VMware combined Socialcast with AirWatch features for its Collaboration Bundle, offering customers a new, integrated platform. Read more on TechTarget.