Samsung Aims to Become More Business Friendly
Samsung today announced a new partnership with InfoLogix with the intent of making some headway into the North American business space. The two companies will together offer Samsung's handsets with InfoLogix's Mobile Managed Services software. InfoLogix's software lets businesses plan for and roll out a business-wide set of mobile services, including the ability to manage them remotely. Samsung has little presence in the North American business world, which has generally settled on products from Research In Motion and Microsoft. Samsung is the number one provider of cell phones in the U.S., and this partnership illuminates how it intends to make use of its market presence.
BlackBerry, Samsung Announce Security Tie-Up
BlackBerry and Samsung today agreed to sell one another's security software. The joint effort is meant to help Samsung sell more phones and to help BlackBerry win more BES customers.
Samsung Mobile CEO to Cede Daily Management Duties
Samsung today said J.K. Shin, the long-time leader of the company's mobile phone business, will cede control as part of the firm's annual personnel assessment.
Samsung Targets Businesses with Device Program
Samsung today announced the Samsung Enterprise Device Program in order to help companies buy, secure, and manage mobile devices. The program is kicking off with the new Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge handsets.
Milk Studios Sues Samsung for Trademark Violation
Milk Studios has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against Samsung, which it says "intentionally, willfully, and knowingly" used the Milk name despite a business partnership with Milk Studios. Samsung launched Milk Music, a music-streaming service, earlier this year and followed it up just this month with Milk Video.