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The first big example we got of this was BlackBerry and BES 10. As I explained last week, BES 10 includes some of the new techniques of EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management) such as MAM (Mobile Application Management) and a separation of user and business personalities. These are emerging as the two key technologies in the next generation of mobile device management.
Now Samsung has announced similar capabilities for their phones. It's called Samsung Knox — it's not an acronym, I guess it's an allusion to Fort Knox (where, since 1937, the Treasury Department has stored the highly-secure United States Bullion Depository). There's more to Knox than MAM and personal/user "partitioning," as they call it, but I think these are the most appealing.
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Larry Seltzer is the editorial director for BYTE, Dark Reading, and Network Computing.
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