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Apple AR? Platform Acceleration? Here’s the Top Mobile News!

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Apple’s next big thing could be augmented reality (AR).

Nothing is confirmed, but Forbes has a roundup of signs that Apple AR could be coming soon.

3 more hot predictions about mobile in 2017:

1. Platform acceleration: 2016 was the year of platform vision for VMware End-User Computing, General Manager Sumit Dhawan told Enterprise Apps Tech. In 2017, VMware digital workspace platform adoption will accelerate as companies further digitize business processes.


2. Advanced enterprise apps: What if mobile apps could integrate in new ways with the device operating system? What if workers could use more location-based business apps? Read TechRepublic’s interview with Mitch Black, president of MOBI.
3. Sensorization: Mobile devices’ sensors will increasingly surface more intelligent data, according to these nine trends from futurist John Koetsier. Everything about mobile devices and apps will be more intelligent, and just darn faster.

What’s the bottom line?

Forrester TEI Study

Download a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Vmware, December 2016.

Time, resources and operating cost savings—that’s the real value of modern Windows 10 and content management with VMware AirWatch and Content Locker, according to a new study commissioned by VMware. Download the study here for the full findings.

Did you know your smartphone could do this?

With a machine that looks like a beefed up phone case, researchers can now use smartphone cameras like a molecular microscope to analyze DNA, reports Popular Science. According to MIT Technology Review, researchers are also pairing smartphones with machine learning to diagnose diseases via voice analysis.

It’s time for better mobile email at work.

We’ve got seven reasons that better mobile email app is VMware Boxer. Plus, we’ve rounded up simple steps to migrate from your current solution. Check it out.

Ummm…

Is that your reaction when someone asks, “What actually is an identity-defined security perimeter?” Then read this AirWatch Blog from our director of mobile strategy, Brian Katz.

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Ashley Speagle

Ashley Speagle

Ashley is a content marketing specialist for VMware AirWatch.

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