Enterprise Mobility

Adobe and Microsoft expand partnership to include e-signatures and collaboration

Adobe (NASD “ADBE”) and Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq “MSFT”)  recently delivered their first set of joint solutions to help enterprises transform their customer experience with Adobe Experience Cloud, Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Dynamics. The companies are now expanding their strategic alliance to increase workforce productivity and drive more efficient business processes. Beginning today, Adobe Sign, the market-leading e-signature service in Adobe Document Cloud,


MobileIron’s latest release focuses on increasing and securing enterprise Mac deployments

Enterprise mobility management (EMM) provider MobileIron has announced its latest Apple release, which aims to help companies deliver more Macs – and secure them – into their organisation.

The company is going down the millennial route in explaining the increasing prominence of Macs, with VP strategy Ojas Rege telling this publication it is a “perfect storm” for the Apple devices. The press materials cite studies from Moosylvania and Brand Keys – the latter admittedly being two years old –


Beyond UEM: Detecting the onslaught of mobile threats with AI

The advent of mobility within companies opened up the need for enterprise mobility management (EMM) solutions (and later, unified endpoint management, or UEM). With EMM, IT could finally manage and secure mobile devices for work.

Companies discovered new ways to work, drive innovation and deliver customer experiences with mobility. Hackers, however, discovered an unlimited playground.


VMware expands Mobile Security Alliance to include six new members

VMware is expanding the Mobile Security Alliance (MSA) with six new members coming on board to help organisations protect their information at the device, user, app, and data level.

The move, announced at VMworld Europe, sees Bay Dynamics, CipherCloud, Entrust Datacard Corporation, Gurucul, Intercede, and Kaymera join the alliance. The 10 current entrants are Appthority, Check Point, FireEye, Lookout, Palo Alto Networks, Pradeo, Proofpoint, Skycure, Veracode and Zimperium.


PowWow Enhaces its SmartUX Platform for the Mobility Challenge

Enterprise mobility has come a long way to become more and more relevant for modern organizations. The mobile revolution has brought in a sense of maturity to businesses. Mobile platforms have made it easier to integrate new technologies, potentially eliminating cost, and delays by developing IT and user relationship. The expansive use of mobile applications has given rise to the new trend of distributed workplaces. In an enterprise, mobile is now the easiest, fastest, and most effective way to manage any exchange of information between teams.

The way industry experts see it; mobile innovation has become an ultimate goal in the IT services market for improving productivity and revenues and to steer clear of competition. Mobile influence is growing at an exception speed, evident form the way global players are raking in more investments in the sector. The need to humanize mobile interactions may help companies to rethink their people, policy and process issues.


Sonata Software Launches Halosys to Tap the Mobile Growth

Sonata Software has made new improvements to its Enterprise Mobility Platform, Halosys. The tech company recently announced that its mobility platform Halosys will now have additional features to solve problems consistently and effectively. The new platform pushes the limits of Enterprise mobile management solutions to support SAP HANAconnector, Pre-Built Connectors to Microsoft Dynamics AX7 and AX2012, availability on Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure and Enterprise AppCenter. This step could be crucial towards the continuous improvement of the company’s mobility platforms. As one of the company’s executive pointed out, the new platform will help in creating a capability that is fundamental to unlock customers’ digital potential.

Avinash Harsh, Global Mobility Head at Sonata Software and Co-founder of Halosys said ‘These advancements to our platform will enable enterprises to keep pace with the new technology and to have the right mobile infrastructure. Our constant effort is to increase productivity, reduce cost and provide the best value possible to enterprises to make their mobility programs streamlined, scalable and less challenging.’


Samsung and Microsoft Launch the Galaxy Book

Samsung and Microsoft are once again collaborating to launch a new 2-in-1 device for the enterprise mobility market. In the recently concluded Mobile World Congress, both the companies came together to announce the unveiling of the new product. Built on the Windows 10 platform, the 2-in-1 device, named the Galaxy Book finds intelligent and secure ways to help customers deliver innovative mobile experiences. While adopting more of the product, which comes in 10.6-inch and 12-inch models, companies will be able to bring more visibility into the digital transformation journeys.

Looking to achieve quick growth in the mobility market, organizations are now geared up to make the best use of Samsung’s product innovation and Microsoft’s strong technical expertise. For the tech leaders, this joint initiative is part of the bigger drive to create interesting new applications. Galaxy in designed for the mobile enterprise customer in mind, and offers enterprise-grade performance. The 12-inch model has a 7th Generation Intel Core i5 processor Dual Core 3.1GHz, while the 10.6-inch model boasts an Intel Core m3 processor, Dual core 2.6GHz. The Galaxy Book aims to empower users with more options to connect their Galaxy smartphone to Windows Hello.