Latest System Center Mobile Device Manager Stories

2009-04-07 07:00:00

Expanded Team to Accelerate Leading Mobile Device Management Software Company's Market Adoption WEST HENRIETTA, N.Y., April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Odyssey Software, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise-class mobile device management software products, today announced that it has expanded its regional sales team by hiring two new regional sales directors: Jeff Beyer and Jon Mackey. These appointments, effective immediately, round out the company's regional sales team as it continues to build...

2008-08-28 12:00:35

DALLAS, Aug. 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AT&T Inc. today announced that the eagerly anticipated Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008 (MDM) is now available to AT&T business customers who use smartphones running Windows Mobile 6.1. In conjunction with the availability of Mobile Device Manager, AT&T also announced today the availability of the MDM Early Adopter QuickStart Program that was developed cooperatively by AT&T and Enterprise Mobile and is an exclusive...

2008-06-05 06:00:16

Cisco has launched a heterogeneous mobile device management capability for enterprise IT departments, becoming only the second major vendor, after HP, to target corporate users rather than carriers with such technology. While Cisco's first target will be companies running its data to and from phones over its WLAN infrastructure, the technology is equally applicable to mobile/cellular networks. Cisco has unveiled plans to develop a software package called Secure Client Manager to enable...

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