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Enterprise mobility news recap: Dec. 9 – 13

  • Lanier Norville By

Mobile technology is changing by the minute; sometimes you just can’t catch it all. Here’s what you might have missed this week:

  • Box secured a $100 million investment this week. But as the company grows, Box struggles to stay true to its roots, CiteWorld reports.
  • All Things D has released its tech predictions for 2014: “Siri gets serious, Microsoft gets its mojo back and everything gets encrypted.”
  • AirWatch was included in a Forbes list of 26 tech companies that are valued at more than $1 billion.
  • BYOD may be out like 2013, but a phoenix will rise from its ashes, according to an IDC survey: CYOD, or choose your own device. Wrote a ZDNet reporter, “”Choose” rather than “bring” your own device will become the main enterprise mobile strategy, because it enables better security and mobilization of applications, according to IDC”s Asia-Pacific Predictions for 2014.”
  • Network World released its review of the best tools for MDM, and AirWatch tops the list.
  • Google”s new Google Tips website helps users make better use of Google services such as Chrome, Google , Google Maps, Google Drive, Gmail, YouTube and Google Search.
  • Through an integration with AirWatch, Juniper”s mobile VPN client is tackling iOS security challenges, InformationWeek reported.
  • A whole lot of people are doing their holiday shopping on mobile devices this year. According to McKinsey & Company research (as reported by Wired), 44 percent of all shoppers use their smartphones while shopping.

 

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Lanier Norville

Lanier Norville

Lanier Norville has been writing and editing for online publications for six years. Before joining AirWatch, she was the editor of three medical technology magazines including the award-winning publication TechNation.

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