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HP buys mobile device management company Bitfone
Ralf Jurrien : February 9th 2007 - 17:41 CET
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HPHP buys mobile device management company Bitfone : HP announced it has completed its acquisition of Bitfone, a mobile device management software company headquartered in Calif. The acquisition is part of HP’s strategy to grow its mobile enterprise business. It will strengthen HP’s ability to accelerate customers’ management of their mobility infrastructure in a reliable, secure and cost-effective way. Mobile devices are increasingly becoming part of the core IT infrastructure and there is a growing requirement that they need to fit into existing management systems and frameworks. This provides HP the software tools to help business customers reduce device support costs and smooth device deployments, migration and replacement.
HP buys mobile device management company BitfoneMobile device management solutions
“HP is excited that Bitfone’s innovative mobile device management solutions and experience are joining our handheld unit,” said Dave Rothschild, vice president, Handheld Business Unit, Personal Systems Group, HP. “With its world-class software platform, Bitfone will help HP deliver a more compelling mobile experience to our customers as device management is key to driving widespread mobile IT deployments.”Effective immediately, the Bitfone team will be integrated into HP’s Handheld Business Unit.

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