BYOD

  • Google Adds 8 Carriers To Its Android For Work Partner Ecosystem

    Google Adds 8 Carriers To Its Android For Work Partner Ecosystem

    When Google officially launched its Android for Work program earlier this year, it had already signed up a wide range of partners to help bring Android for Work to market. Today, it is expanding this program by adding a new device manufacturer and — for the first time — carriers to its partner ecosystem. Read More

  • MobileIron Wants To Be Your Cloud Content Security Umbrella

    MobileIron Wants To Be Your Cloud Content Security Umbrella

    MobileIron is introducing a new Content Security Service (CSS) today that provides IT with a cloud security umbrella to set document protections across a variety of services, even when employees save documents to a personal account. In today’s BYOD (bring-your-own-device) world, IT knows all too well that people save company content to personal cloud storage accounts, even if there… Read More

  • PYOD Lets Your Print Your Own D

    PYOD Lets Your Print Your Own D

    Ahem. We begin this post by noting that the forthcoming material relates to human sexuality and should be construed as NSFW if you work at a retirement home for men or women of the cloth. The rest of y’all, hop on in! So PYOD is a product that aims to allow you to print your own dildo. The service wants to become your one stop shop for custom dildonics in that you can design the contour… Read More

  • Okta Catches SpydrSafe In Its Enterprise Web

    Okta Catches SpydrSafe In Its Enterprise Web

    Update: Okta has still not explicitly confirmed the acquisition of SpydrSafe, but its cofounder today retweeted our story about the sale after Okta unveiled a new Mobility Management service. That new product is much of what I describe below, combining Okta’s existing ID management service with a larger product that will let businesses manage permissions and security and data… Read More

  • 10 Trends Transforming Enterprise IT Crunch Network

    10 Trends Transforming Enterprise IT

    When it comes to corporate IT, revolution is in the air. The way companies buy, build, manage, optimize and secure information technology is changing dramatically. From cloud computing to big data analytics to ubiquitous mobile connectivity, corporate IT systems are getting faster, more efficient, cheaper to operate and easier to use. In the process, a new wave of tech companies has emerged… Read More

  • Tango PC Wants To Be The First Everywhere Computer Without Compromise

    Tango PC Wants To Be The First Everywhere Computer Without Compromise

    Smartphones are more powerful than they’ve ever been, but PCs are still able to do more, and do some things better, too. Size advantage has generally meant sacrifices when it comes to computing, but Tango PC wants to change that with its modular dock and computer design that moves space-heavy heat diffusion components out of the main body using technology tricks borrowed from space… Read More

  • Enterprise Mobility, BYOD Startup AirWatch Adds $25M From Accel To Take Its Series A Total To $225M, As It Preps For Acquisitions

    Enterprise Mobility, BYOD Startup AirWatch Adds $25M From Accel To Take Its Series A Total To $225M, As It Preps For Acquisitions

    AirWatch, the startup that helps businesses manage security and more on employees’ mobile devices, is today announcing that it has raised another $25 million, led by Accel with participation also from Insight Venture Partners. The funds come as part of an expanded Series A round, originally for $200 million, which the company announced with a splash in February during Mobile World Congress. Read More

  • More Data Showing iOS, Especially The iPhone, Still Killing It In The Enterprise, At Android’s Expense

    More Data Showing iOS, Especially The iPhone, Still Killing It In The Enterprise, At Android’s Expense

    Apple’s iOS is consolidating its grip on the enterprise market and taking share from Android, according to customer data from enterprise file sharing and hybrid cloud storage company Egnyte. The iPhone especially has grown its proportion of business users since the second half of 2011 to-date, according to the data, while iOS devices as a whole now account for 70%+ of Egnyte’s traffic. Read More

  • AirWatch Gets $200 Million Series A Funding

    AirWatch Gets $200 Million Series A Funding

    Mobile device management startup AirWatch has raised a massive series A round of $200 million, led by Insight Venture Partners. The startup competes with others such as Good Technology and SAP’s Afaria in the mobile device management space. This rides the current “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend, where companies are supporting employee-owned devices such as smartphones… Read More