AdaptiveMobile detects over one million malicious iPhone attack messages and expects these volumes to rise while this (now public) vulnerability continues to exist in the iPhone OS.
Interoperability between Xamarin and the IBM MobileFirst Platform enables enterprises to more securely deploy, manage and monitor business applications.
MobileIron's Readiness Assessment Toolkit enables businesses to deploy Android for Work devices and apps in their own testing environments.
Acronis' latest file and print sharing solution adds broad support for mobile workers to securely access files using iOS, Android and Windows phones and tablets.
Mobile security subscription service provides cyber security protection against content and network level threats, particularly in business environments where a BYOD policy has been adopted.
Added functionality for Google products includes provisioning capabilities for Google Apps, as well as support for Android devices and integrated Chromebook password sync.
Microsoft unveils its latest 'Phone Companion' app built-in to Windows 10, which enables users to connect their Windows PC to any smartphone they own—now including Cortana for Android and iOS.
IDC finds smartphone volumes continue to slow in 2015 with only 11.3% growth, which is down from 27.6% in 2014.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
At NRA 2015, Epson America revealed a suite of mobile printers that are helping to address the specific POS needs of the hospitality industry.