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3/11/2014
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Randy Siegel
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4 Govt. IT Trends From Mobile World Congress

Extra-secure "black" smartphones debut; Samsung's Knox emerges as possible BlackBerry replacement.

Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain (Wikimedia).
Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain (Wikimedia).

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WKash,
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3/13/2014 | 6:46:25 PM
signs of the times
Interesting to note how relatively quickly MDM emerged as a big issue and now is already going through a consolidation wave in the federal space; and how companies still believe there's a market for super secure phones -- a testament to the lack of cofidence in existing gear.

 
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Laurianne,
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3/11/2014 | 3:34:49 PM
Good and AirWatch
Valuable context on Good Technology and AirWatch, thanks for sharing. Readers, is VMware's AirWatch buy on your radar screen? Has it changed your MDM thinking at all?
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