Modern Mobility:

Android


March 9, 2018  1:46 PM

XenMobile MAM covers all bases as Citrix joins AppConfig Community

Colin Steele Colin Steele Profile: Colin Steele
Android, Apple, apps, BlackBerry, Citrix, Google, Microsoft Office, VMware

It's no longer Citrix and Microsoft vs. the world in the MAM market. Not too long ago, Citrix was the only third-party vendor that could manage Microsoft Office 365 mobile apps, and all the other major players promoted native OS-level mobile application management (MAM) through membership in the...

May 22, 2017  4:41 PM

Google plays a strong hand with new Android security features

Alyssa Provazza Alyssa Provazza Profile: Alyssa Provazza
Android, Apple, Apple iOS, Google, IOS, Mobile security, Ransomware

Google last week announced Android security features that continue to heighten the company's enterprise mobility game. Enterprise security features from the big mobile operating systems, Google Android and Apple iOS, have been a hot topic for years. Now, with


February 16, 2017  5:31 PM

BlackBerry smartphone market share goes from minuscule to nonexistent

Colin Steele Colin Steele Profile: Colin Steele
Android, Apple iOS, BlackBerry, Enterprise mobility

BlackBerry hasn't given up on its mobile device business, but nearly everyone else has. The company's smartphone market share dropped to zero -- 0.0482% to be exact -- in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to Gartner....


February 2, 2017  1:42 PM

‘Dangerous’ AirWatch security flaws found in Android apps

Ramin Edmond Profile: Ramin Edmond
AirWatch, Android, Enterprise mobility, malware, Security, VMware

Even mobile security software sometimes falls prey to vulnerabilities. VMware this week issued a security advisory regarding vulnerabilities with its AirWatch Agent and Inbox apps for Google Android. Agent, the app for enrolling devices in AirWatch, detects


January 27, 2017  5:36 PM

Trump’s Android takes BYOD to the White House

Ramin Edmond Profile: Ramin Edmond
Android, Android security, Enterprise mobility, Mobile security

President Donald Trump is causing quite the stir at the White House as he continues to use his personal smartphone for some purposes. Trump still uses his "old, unsecured Android phone, to the protests of some of his aides,"


December 12, 2016  6:27 PM

Google drops ‘Android for Work’ name

Colin Steele Colin Steele Profile: Colin Steele
Android, Enterprise mobility, Google

Android for Work is no more -- in name only. When Google debuted its secure containerization APIs in 2015, the "Android for Work" name identified which devices shipped with these capabilities and which did not. But now that most Android devices come with these features, Google has eliminated the...


November 21, 2016  3:39 AM

Mobile security is top priority for 2017

Eddie Lockhart Eddie Lockhart Profile: Eddie Lockhart
"New Year", Android, Apple, BlackBerry, iPhone, Microsoft, Microsoft Surface, Mobile security

With the rise of multifactor authentication and updates to Apple iOS security, there is a lot to look forward to next year. Four experts gaze into the enterprise mobility crystal ball. Patrick Moorhead President and principal analyst, Moor Insights and Strategy What...


November 14, 2016  8:07 PM

Never say die: Another BlackBerry smartphone is on the way

Ramin Edmond Profile: Ramin Edmond
Android, android apps, BlackBerry, BlackBerry 10, Enterprise mobility, Ford

BlackBerry smartphones aren't a thing of the past just yet. The company plans to release at least one more smartphone, which will feature its trademark physical keyboard, CEO John Chen said in an interview with Bloomberg TV last week. This announcement comes as a surprise, given that BlackBerry...


November 8, 2016  3:23 AM

2017 predictions: PCs push mobile market in new directions

Eddie Lockhart Eddie Lockhart Profile: Eddie Lockhart
Android, HP, Mobile devices, Windows 10

For years it seemed like mobile devices would dictate the future of IT. Mobility is certainly a huge part of what's next, but it may not be the real trailblazer. "For the most part the mobile business has slowed down," said Michael Finneran, principal at dBrn Associates. "I look at it as a...


April 14, 2016  2:37 PM

IBM and Amazon have mobile momentum

Alyssa Provazza Alyssa Provazza Profile: Alyssa Provazza
Amazon, Android, Apple, IBM, IOS, Windows Azure

As some of the top tech companies in the world continue to work together—and compete against each other—opportunities for mobile developers will flourish. IBM and Amazon are among the major enterprise technology vendors that have started to pay more attention to mobility, although they’re...


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