VMware AirWatch Connect at Mobile World Congress day one: New devices, mobile identity and enterprise mobility
Day One of Mobile World Congress did not disappoint. Many new devices emerged and conversations focused on new tech, 5G and IoT – and also, notably, on the users of these technologies. The bustling day was full of flashy devices and stimulating sessions surrounding all things mobile.
Prior to Keynote 1 of MWC, Samsung and Windows both made notable software and hardware announcements. Samsung confirmed rumors of the Galaxy S6 phone and KNOX 2.4, and Windows announced its Windows Phone 8.1 software update and two new Lumia devices, both of which have instant AirWatch support.
In “Keynote 1: Operating on the Edge of Innovation,” CEO of Telefonica Cesar Alierta shared that by 2020, 90 percent of the world’s population over six years of age is expected to have a mobile connection. Alierta described the digital identity that the average person maintains: 26 usernames and five passwords. The Financial Times elaborates further on security and identity concerns discussed during the session, as well as proposed solutions to the many identities we have on the Internet.
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