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Need SAP Mobile Secure Developers? Well here is latest SAP Secure News.

Are you thinking of becoming a SAP Mobile Secure Developer? Well here is the latest news. Mobile Enterprise App Adoption Summary: SAP has a “solution portfolio”, so multiple tools to secure enterprise mobile devices Windows, Android and iOS. Where is BlackBerry you ask? Ohh no you didnt we all know. We all read about the partnership with Mocana, so this explains the portfolio:  SAP Mobile Secure One stop shop for CIOs dealing with mobile security. Compared to having SAP and a sperate mobilty solution. (ex Good, Bitzer)   Full Link. SAP AG unveiled SAP Mobile Secure, an enterprise mobility management solution portfolio designed to provide customers with enterprise-grade security for devices, apps and content. This new portfolio optimises the mobile experience for users of today’s most popular mobile devices. SAP Mobile Secure also offers a new software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, with the cloud edition of the SAP Afaria mobile device management solution to help companies quickly and easily secure and manage mobile devices for only one Euro per device per month. “Gartner has seen indications that cloud-based offerings are finally evolving to address the emerging needs of mobile users to access data and systems more complex than simple messaging,” said Phil Redman, Vice President Distinguished Analyst for Gartner. “The cloud model provides natural synergies with the solutions needed for mobile device management (MDM). Scalable and elastic delivery of IT capabilities is the foundation of the cloud computing value proposition.” MDM And Security With Built-In Analytics: New Solution Expands Mobile Secure Capabilities SAP Afaria, cloud edition, addresses the demand for a convenient, reliable and low-cost solution that empowers IT departments of any size to manage and secure both corporate-liable and personally-owned devices, providing a way to manage security risk with or without any prior SAP infrastructure. Bundled with this offering, analytic dashboards from the SAP BusinessObjects portfolio provide customers with instant insight into device compliance and usage. SAP Afaria, cloud edition, delivers a highly scalable cloud-based mobile device management solution and is now available on Android, iOS and Windows Phone 8. Security For Device, Content And Apps With the constant introduction of new devices in the market, the variety of mobile operating systems and the influx of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs...

Tizen Phones Names Leaked. They are coming! Tizen Enterprise next? Tizen an Enterprise OS?

Mobile Enterprise App  News:  Tizen Enterprise Article Summary Tizen is coming. From Samsung and can possibly shake up the Android sector…maybe more. Tizen could still be a wash, of fall like Bada Could Melius and Redwood be the first enterprise Tizen phones? Redwood sounds pretty “Enterprisey”   Names of first two Tizen phones leak: Redwood and Melius. Full Link >  Tags: Samsung, Tizen, Rumors Samsung retired Bada in favor of Tizen earlier this year but we’re yet to see a Tizen phone officially announced (not counting developer prototypes). Unofficially, however, there’s the Samsung I8805 Redwood and I8800 Melius, which showed up in some developer documentation for Tizen. The Redwood is a high-end device with 4G LTE connectivity, while the Melius is a mid-ranger with 3G. Both will run the latest Tizen OS version 2.1, codenamed Magnolia. Samsung VP said earlier in an interview in Seoul that “the Tizen phone will be out in August or September, and this will be in the high-end category. The device will be the best product equipped with the best specifications.” This is presumably the I8805 Redwood. Rumor has it that the phones will launch in the US first and then move to Europe. By the way, Samsung isn’t the only company in the Tizen Association – it also includes Huawei and NTT DoCoMo (the Japanese carrier expects to launch a Tizen phone in the second half of this...

Kim Stevenson, CIO of Intel: “Raise the expectations of IT!” | Recap of her CXO Interview.

Late Friday Kim Stevenson of Intel made an appearance on CXO Talk with Vala Afshar and Michael Krigsman. (Embedded below and approx. 40 mins) If you missed it, here are my favorite 3 points: 1) Raising The Expectations of IT. Kim was very passionate when talking about the “old” IT vs Today’s IT. This went from simple things, like the department focusing on user experience (UX) to changing the end goal. According to Kim, the end focus isn’t just keeping the business running smoothly. “Raise your expectations” she informs and that IT should be a catalyst to help the business grow. To her point, can you think of a business project that doesn’t involve IT? 2) CDOs? Chief Digital Officers? With Gartner research saying Chief Digital Officers will grow in numbers the next few years, does Kim see Intel adding the role? “This role can be the effect of a short coming. Address the shortcoming” she said “compared to adding more layers of management”. Likewise, Kim mentions she has an IT Application team that is aligned into corporate marketing, working together on many levels. 3) CIOs on Twitter: Some call it “drivel”, or a waste of time. Kim disagrees and goes on to a warming story about connecting in real time with a lower employee who she would of normally not interacted with. Which even led to an unexpected face-to-face reunion at an open forum. With Intel having near 100k employees, and 6500 just in IT, this was no small feat. But this was “just one of many stories on how I have grown as a leader because of social” says Kim. -For more information follow Kim on Twitter, as she is up for the MIT Sloan CIO Leadership Award this...

Its Friday, why not join a 4pm Google Hangout with Intel CIO – Kim Stevenson | Enterprise Experts

Have you ever met Kim Stevenson? Well today you can. You can google hangout with her here at 4pm sharp. If you can make the live feed make sure you check Twitter for #CXOTalk I highly recommend Tweetchat. (we use this for the Thursday 1pm ET #MobileBiz debates) If you miss it, odds are I will sum up the replay in an Enterprise Experts blog post on monday. Full Link. Kim Stevenson joined Intel corporation in September 2009 as the vice president of Intel’s Global IT operations and services. In this role she leads both the strategic and tactical support of Intel’s world-wide infrastructure components, including Data Center Management, Network and Telecommunications, Enterprise Application Support, Client computing and a 24×7 internal Service Desk. Kim is a member of the corporate joint operations team chartered to ensure operational excellence across Intel. Kim also represents Intel on the board of the National Center for Women in Technology....