It’s been another busy week for enterprise mobility. Here’s a quick summary of this week in tech news:
- The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have been hot topics since Apple’s announcement, given their sleek and thin design. In the mobile world, people are always staying close to their phone – though TechCrunch reports that lately, it may be too close for the iPhone’s comfort. But iPhones aren’t the only ones.
- Mobility is catching on in all industries, including professional sports. The Sacramento Kings announced their partnership with Uber to help fans get to and from games within each organization’s apps. This mobility announcement comes months after the Kings’ announcement to accept the Bitcoin currency.
- In other sports news, Duke University football players are now accessing digital playbooks, practice schedules and schematic video on their AirWatch-managed iPads.
- AirWatch Connect London begins next week, Monday September 29. Be sure to follow the AirWatch blog for updates.
- At the GSMA Mobile 360 Series this past week, Alan Dabbiere spoke about the Internet of Things and highlighted that “security and privacy are central to IoT evolution.”
- In a new story on appstechnews.com, writer James Bourne interviews John Marshall about the growing importance of partner ecosystems in the EMM industry. The success of AirWatch’s “burgeoning partner ecosystem,” Marshall explains, is defined by the company’s R&D powerhouse and the smooth user experience they create with each integration.