MobileIron has filed a lawsuit in California claiming BlackBerry has made “spurious and baseless” allegations of patent infringement against MobileIron, amounting to a version of civil extortion under California law.
MobileIron today announced a new partnership with Adeya to empower today's global workforce with private, end-to-end encrypted real-time voice and video calls, conference calls, SMS, instant messages, group chats and file exchanges on any device.
MobileIron and Good Technology today announced that they have settled all outstanding litigation between them. The settlement includes a narrow, non-material license agreement between Good and MobileIron and a mutual dismissal of claims.
Silent Circle has today launched Blackphone 2, its next-generation smartphone that delivers best in class privacy and security.
NIBC Bank, a merchant bank in the Netherlands, wanted to migrate away from BlackBerry to iOS devices. To do this, the bank deployed an enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution from MobileIron to meet strict compliance and security standards.
Global reinsurer Swiss Re is switching to a new bring-your-own-device scheme, away from Blackberry mobiles. Employees will have a choice between a corporate-owned Windows Phone or bringing in their own devices (BYOD).
In 2011, Belgium-based TVH Group launched a major, company-wide initiative focused on enterprise mobility. The "TVH Goes Mobile" program focused on establishing a long-term strategy for enterprise mobile management, including providing employees with a choice of devices.
Insurance giant Aviva UK were last month hit by an attack based on the Heartbleed exploit that allowed hackers to...