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Centrify Focuses on Mobile Security; Ships ‘Derived Credentials’ and Partners with BlackBerry’s Good Mobility

Centrify has cracked the code on a vexing problem for mobile users that need ultra-tight security, especially those in the government or highly-regulated environments.  Thanks to Centrify's approach to ‘derived credentials,’ it offers smart card, 2-factor authentication.

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BlackBerry Bright Spot: BES 10’s BYOD Security and Management Catches IT Interest

Even as BlackBerry says this week it is looking for “strategic alternatives,” one bright spot is IT’s growing interest in BlackBerry’s BYOD security and management offerings that work with Android, iOS and BlackBerry devices. Some 60% of Fortune 500s are using or evaluating BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10. IDN speaks with BlackBerry vice president Bob Dawson.

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AirWatch Supports Mobile Device Management for UK’s National Health Service

Mobile device management solution provider AirWatch is supporting MDM for more than 100 divisions of the U.K’s National Health Service. IDN takes a look at how AirWatch’s technologies for enterprise mobility management and BYOD are improving health care across the pond. 

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Travelers Finds Big Jump in Customers Using Mobile to File Accident Claims

Travelers Insurance has reported a dramatic rise in the number of customers that use their mobile devices to file accident claims. Travelers found claims filed via mobile devices in the first four months of 2011 tripled as compared to the same time period last year.

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Wipro Technologies Inaugurates Mobile Computing Lab

Wipro Technologies has launched a Mobile Computing Lab at its Atlanta Strategic Delivery Center to fuel a mobile IT ecosystem.

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BPM 2011: Appian Marries Cloud, Mobile, Social for Real-Time BPM

Integration Developer News continues its series on “BPM in 2011” with a look at the latest updates to the Appian BPM Suite. The offering meets growing customer requests, Appian execs told IDN, by blending cloud, mobile and business-savvy social technologies to deliver real-time BPM collaboration across enterprise users, partners and even customers. 

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Web Services Will Force JVMs To Get Smarter

The emerging use of Web services could drive some significant changes in the way Java Virtual Machines (JVMs) work, according to Robert Berry, a distinguished engineer from IBM's Hursley Park Java Technology Center. Berry raised some eyebrows in the JVM world by predicting that current age of JVMs is coming to an end, and that JVMs will have to get smarter and more manageable to be valuable in the world of web services development.

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