Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-Up: Feb 2-6
► Sitrion launches the next-generation in mobile productivity
The big news for us this week was the latest release of Sitrion ONE, our complete end-to-end enterprise mobile solution. It’s part mobile development kit and part secure solution for accessing corporate resources. Our CEO shared his excitement and pride in his blog - Mobile The Way We Love It - and Brad Feld, with Feld.com, shared a compelling view of ONE and the industrialization of mobile. And our CTO, Brian Kellner, posted a timely discussion about the clash of business and IT when it comes to enterprise mobility on CMSWire.
► MobileIron wants to be your cloud content security umbrella
In EMM news, MobileIron is making a go at mobile content management with their secure cloud content locker. This is due in no small part to the fact that oftentimes employees find their own ways to share content that circumvents IT security: namely Dropbox and Box, which are actually supported components to this new system.
► Good Dynamics announced their new enterprise mobility management suite. It’s a flexible and simple approach with a rather disruptive price point of $3 per person. In addition to this they’re teaming up with Samsung Knox to offer secure enterprise mobile capabilities for organizations that have opted for Android or those that are thinking of adopting it.
► Tablet sales dive, but Windows might just ride to the rescue
Tablets are on a slow decline, but Surfaces could potentially fill in the gaps as Apple and Android sales retract. It’s still early to tell, tablets have only been around for five years, but with the market as it is, Microsoft could take advantage.
►And... a real gem.
Not everything that happened this last week in the world of mobile was sunshine and roses. Sometimes we see a real gem like this awkward HTC rap video. No further comment!