Mobile & IoT News

DocuSign Updates eSignature Transaction Management Platform for Mobile, SAML 2.0

DocuSign has released an update to its eSignature transaction management platform. The eSignature Fall ’12 Release sports new enterprise functionality and upgrades to its DocuSign Ink  mobile app for tablets and smartphones.  Notably, the latest release also adds SAML 2.0 support.

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AirWatch Supports Mobile Device Management for UK’s National Health Service

Mobile device management solution provider AirWatch is supporting MDM for more than 100 divisions of the U.K’s National Health Service. IDN takes a look at how AirWatch’s technologies for enterprise mobility management and BYOD are improving health care across the pond. 

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WatchDox Updates iOS App for Secure Mobile Document Access, Sharing

WatchDox, a provider of document-centric security, access control and secure collaboration, is adding features to its iOS application for Apple iPhone and iPads. The new app adds document access and sharing options, annotation tools and a sports a new interface. IDN speaks with WatchDox chief product officer Ryan Kalember.

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Cloud Security Alliance Lists “Evil 8” Security Threats for Mobile IT

The Cloud Security Alliance has issued its first Security Guidance document for mobile IT. The document presents a current state of mobile IT, along with insights on what CSA members see as top “Evil 8” threats  to mobile computing. 

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Electric Cloud, Wind River Team on Mobile Testing for Android Devices

Electric Cloud is working with Wind River to improve the speed and quality of mobile apps with an integrated lifecycle management suite for Andoid phones and tablets. The technology integration was demoed last month, and aims to help manufacturers and appdevs cope with more frequent Android OS releases. IDN speaks with execs from both firms.

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IDC: Mobile Enterprise Management Software on a Tear; Set to Triple by 2016

Worldwide spending on mobile enterprise management (MEM) software is on a tear, according to a new study by International Data Corporation (IDC).  MEM spending will near $2 billion annually by 2016, and that is capturing the attention of mobile software and mobile operators, IDC found.

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appMobi’s privateStack Delivers Enterprise-Class HTML5 for Mobile App Dev, Deployment

appMobi is shipping an on-premise version of its mobile HTML5 app development and cloud services stack. privateStack gives enterprises and government agencies complete end-to-end control and security for mobile app deployments because  the full appMobi technology stack can be hosted in corporate data centers with enterprise source licensing. IDN speaks with appMobi CTO Sam Abadir.

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Active Endpoints Gives Mobile Users Simple, Code-Free Access to Salesforce, Other SaaS

Active Endpoints is shipping an innovative new technology to speed and simplify how enterprises provide business users with mobile access to Salesforce.com, with support for other cloud-based SaaS applications in the pipeline. Cloud Extend Mobile lets iPhone and Android users easily create mobile UIs to let them accomplish a wide range of business tasks – all without writing any code.

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Aruba Networks Extends WLANs for Reliable Mobile Apps

Aruba Networks Inc. is extending the reach of its wireless LANs (WLANs) to bring enterprises always-on access to mobile apps. The ArubaOS 6.1.3.4 for Aruba mobility controllers provides high performance and minimum downtime for mobile networks to support real-time data, voice and video using mobile devices.

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Gartner: How to Deal with BYOD’s ‘Radical’ Shift in Enterprise Computing

Researchers at Gartner say BYOD (bring your own device) programs will prove to be the ‘most radical’ shift in enterprise client computing since the advent of the PC.   Further, because BYOD will be such a game change technology, Gartner recommends all enterprises should develop a clearly articulated position on BYOD -- even if companies don’t plan to allow it.

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Fixmo, Appthority Partner on Mobile Security, Risk Management

Mobile risk management (MRM) company Fixmo is teaming up with app security company Appthority, to integrate Appthority’s Mobile App Risk Management capabilities into its MRM solution.  The integration will give customers real-time insight into the security risks and vulnerabilities exposed by mobile apps.

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Magic’s App Platform, Integration Provides Mobile Devs a “Technology Unifier”

Magic Software is helping mobilize apps for the field sales team at WellMark, a provider of oil and gas equipment. WellMark execs call Magic’s xpa Application Platform “a technology unifier” to align their new mobile efforts with existing enterprise data and apps. IDN explores the WellMark’s mobile project and the Magic features and benefits.

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