Mobile technology is changing by the minute; sometimes you just can’t catch it all. Here’s what you might have missed this week:
We are proud to announce that AirWatch by VMware has been recognized by the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) as one of the Top 10 companies of the Decade and Top 40 companies of 2013. AirWatch senior vice president and general manager John Marshall and VMware President and COO Carl Eschenbach accepted the awards. Both executives spoke to a crowd over 100 of Atlanta’s top innovators and entrepreneurs. Stay tuned for the keynote video and full event recap.
- The decline in PC sales is expected to continue, according to a new Gartner report. On the flip side, the tablet market is expected to make gains on its already rapid growth.
- Facebook has had a busy week. The social network, which last month snapped up WhatsApp for $19 billion, has just added virtual reality pioneer Oculus Rift to its assets for another $2 billion, though not without a heavy dose of criticism. Oh, and they’re also building drones in Zuckerberg’s pursuit to provide worldwide internet access.
- Breezy makes wireless printing easy, and now the secure mobile printing platform is integrated with AirWatch.
- On Thursday, Satya Nadella made his first public speaking appearance as Microsoft’s new CEO. He emphasized the company’s mobile-first, cloud-first strategy and introduced the long-awaited Office for iPad, along with other enterprise announcements.
- Have your head in the clouds this Friday? Devices do too. Here’s the biggest cloud announcement you might not have heard about this week.
- Did you attend AirWatch Connect Barcelona? Check out this video to see if you made 2014’s highlights reel.
- VMware just received an analyst upgrade on new market opportunities.
- App privacy isn’t just a concern for enterprises anymore. Data loss through apps is becoming a concern for many individuals, says a recent study by MEF.
It's official! ZPS will be going with @AirWatch for our MDM for the 2014-15 school year and beyond! Very excited for our students and staff!
— Joshua VerHelst (@vosher) March 25, 2014