Join us this week for part two of our podcast series on Android in the enterprise with Google’s Sean Ginevan, head of market strategy and enablement for Android enterprise, and Gene Trinks, an Android Platform Specialist. We’ll continue to explore the evolution of Android and we’ll ask Google about the future of Android in 2018 and beyond.
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Meltdown and Spectre are two critical vulnerabilities recently identified in modern processors. These vulnerabilities can allow unprivileged users to access memory belonging to other processes, including the kernel. Much of the initial coverage of these vulnerabilities centered on desktop, server, and cloud systems...Read More →
At the end of 2017, we sat down with our partner Google to discuss some of the milestones and accomplishments of Android in the enterprise. Join us in this two part series with Google’s Sean Ginevan, head of market strategy and enablement for Android enterprise, and Gene Trinks, an Android Platform Specialist. We’ll explore the evolution of Android, examine the steps Google has taken to secure the operating system, and look at how Google views the future of the world’s most...Read More →
The chances are good that you or someone in your family got a new mobile device this holiday season. For most of us, our mobile devices, loaded with our photos, videos, email, banking information, and even health data, quickly become more personal than our wallets. As a result, they are also...Read More →
The votes are in and we’ve got a shortlist of the most transformative examples of Modern Work from MobileIron customers in 2017. There is a trend which crosses verticals — smart teams see customer experience as a disruptive...Read More →
We are excited to announce that the latest release of MobileIron’s cloud-based enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution is now available on our global clusters. Let me quickly share with you some of the new features we’ve introduced!
iOS and macOS enhancements
Our product teams continue to provide...Read More →
Earlier this year, MobileIron introduced support for managed Google Play, allowing enterprises to deploy and manage work apps using the the scale and reliability of Google’s app store. Android enterprise deployments can already deploy and configure public and private apps today.
With MobileIron Core 9.6, administrators can now distribute different versions of an app to users...Read More →
On November 12th, MobileIron and Hack the Valley are excited to announce that they're teaming up to host the first annual MobileIron — Hack the Valley Security Challenge. This cybersecurity competition is open to all comers, and pits Silicon Valley’s top security professionals...Read More →
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Recently Google announced support for Zero Touch Provisioning. The announcement understandably generated quite a bit of excitement throughout the industry and especially...Read More →