Google teams up with MobileIron to build cloud-based services

By : |February 1, 2018 1

Google has teamed up with MobileIron to build cloud services marketplace to compete with Amazon Web Services. Google announced that they will combine its cloud commerce platform Orbitera with MobileIron’s app distribution, security, and analytics capabilities.

“Working with MobileIron, our goal is to help businesses more easily and quickly create an integrated marketplace where their authorized customers and partners can access apps and streamline billing, application entitlement, and authentication, plus use Google Cloud Platform (GCP) for backend compute and storage services,” the search engine giant said.

“Each enterprise will deploy dozens or even hundreds of cloud services and they need an easy way to buy those services, distribute them to employees, and help ensure the security of the corporate data they contain,” said Simon Biddiscombe, CEO, MobileIron.

The latest collaboration will enable businesses to do-

a. Customize bundles to group services by customer segments

b. Customize branding for both the marketplace and its customers

c. Offer one bill for everything across all of a customer’s devices, data, voice and third-party cloud services on one monthly invoice

d. Secure cloud access to help ensure only trusted users and devices have access to services

e. Analyze usage data to see when apps are being used.

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  1. RajeshN
    #1 RajeshN 5 March, 2018, 08:41

    Great news! This is a great accomplishment for ‘MobileIron’ team for attaining this status with Google to build cloud-based services. MobileIron helps enterprises to transform into “mobile first” by creating new business models and processes and increase their competitiveness. This is really a great collaboration with many benefits for businesses of all industry across the world. Thank you!

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