Motorola Mobility buys 3LM to spur enterprise uptake

Company buys enterprise security maker in hopes to quicken deployment of Android devices in enterprise and governmental environments.

Motorola Mobility--the mobile arm of Motorola--has announced that it completed a deal at the end of last year to acquire Three Laws Mobility for an undisclosed sum, the company said on Monday.

Motorola hopes that the purchase of Three Laws Mobility, better known as 3LM--which makes enterprise security software and device management products for Android handsets--will help speed up the deployment of Android devices in enterprise and governmental environments.

"The 3LM technology addresses ease-of-use, cost-of-management and security concerns for IT managers and chief information officers by making Android devices more manageable within corporate environments," Motorola Mobility said in a statement.

Read more of "Motorola Mobility buys 3LM to spur enterprise uptake" at ZDNet UK.

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