Worklight acquisition gives IBM a strategic platform for mobile apps
Apr 26, 2012
Keeping pace with the mobility market is daunting, and maintaining apps that need to work on various devices in this ever-changing market is like chasing a carrot around a dog track. How can you keep up? IBM’s acquisition of Worklight, a privately held Israeli-based provider of mobile software, will arm customers with the open platform they need to build, deploy, and manage multiple apps across various mobile devices with ease. For WebSphere customers this is especially exciting, as it allows them to quickly, easily, and securely leverage their existing WebSphere investments in their mobile applications.
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