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VMware Boosts Employee Privacy and IT Security in AirWatch Update
VMware’s acquisition of AirWatch two years ago for $1.54 billion remains the company’s largest buy. The company is now giving the popular mobile device management a boost that looks to improve employee privacy and IT security at the same time. Read more on Redmond Magazine.
VMware announces Workspace One, the next stage of their EUC convergence efforts
Jack Madden details the mobile and identity features in VMware Workspace One. Read more on the Brian Madden Blog.
Review: AirWatch takes mobile device management to the next level
Tom Henderson takes an in-depth look at AirWatch. Read the review on NetworkWorld.
Bring Your Own Smartwatch: Mobility Management Vendors Prepare
Pablo Valerio speaks to AirWatch about smartwatch management and the future of wearables management via EMM. Read more on InformationWeek.
Digging into the AirWatch and Intel collaboration
Jack Madden digs into the Intel and AirWatch Mobile Security Alliance partnership and “got very interesting look at how AirWatch handles security.” Read more on Brian Madden Blog.
Retailers turn to enterprise tech and IoT to enhance in-store shopping experience
VMware is helping retailers bring their existing applications and product information to any device using VMware Workspace, which includes VMware Horizon, VMware AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management, VMware AirWatch Content Locker and Socialcast. In addition, VMware just announced Industry Templates for Retail, as part of AirWatch, which enables retailers to deploy common industry mobile use cases. Read more on IT World Canada
Luxottica execs outline 'visual' strategy at New York retail convention
VMware AirWatch customers Luxottica, Belk and Ascena Retail Group spoke on a panel during NRF Retail’s BIG Show 2016 about modernizing the mobile experience. Read about the panel on WCPO.
Intel Security and VMware's AirWatch partner on mobile security initiatives
Intel Security and AirWatch, VMware’s enterprise mobility subsidiary, are expanding their partnership in a bid to help organisations cope with the security issues posed by mobile devices and better integrate mobile security with existing enterprise security systems. Read more on v3.co.uk.
2016 Will Finally Make It Possible To Love Your Work
“This might sound a little crazy,” says VMware’s Noah Wasmer, “but when people ask me what I think 2016 holds for business mobility, it’s this: 2016 will finally make it possible to love your work.” Read his thoughts on what 2016 brings in Forbes.
The future of mobile data management
Many government agencies have mastered the basics of mobile device management (MDM), but the growing number increasingly powerful devices is changing the mobile threat landscape, and bringing a whole new level of complexity as security concerns shift from apps to data. GCN spoke with a range of experts about the evolving challenges, including AirWatch. Read more on GCN.