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November 17, 2012

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Mobile Security Chambara - Virtualization Bushido

Last week, VMware touted the launch of its Horizon Mobile platform in Japan.  I am actually very happy that companies of the stature of VMware and Motorola are helping to promote the notion of mobile virtualization as a means to mobile security.
 
The fact that the announced program targets Japan (Softbank Telecom) ...

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Posted by Steve Subar on November 17 at 02:51 AM

October 31, 2012

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Iggy Discovers the Heritage of the Incas at Machu Picchu

Our good friend Elizabeth from Chrysalis Ventures was hiking at Machu Picchu the "City of the Incas." While taking pictures in this Peruvian historic mountain ridge, she saw a familiar face. Iggy was there, enjoying the view.

View his photostream from his exotic adventure.

 

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Posted by Karry Kleeman on October 31 at 07:33 AM

September 10, 2012

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It’s All Good. We’ve Been Acquired!

OKL4 – We Built That.

This week General Dynamics Broadband is announcing the company’s acquisition by General Dynamics. If you’ve read the press release, you will know that General Dynamics Broadband is joining the GD family of companies to help General Dynamics meet growing military, government and commercial customer ...

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Posted by Steve Subar on September 10 at 03:50 AM

March 26, 2012

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March Madness at General Dynamics Broadband

We ran a contest involving Iggy and T-shirt photos. Bring it on! Your clever, smart, creative flair! was the mandate. And the winner is "Iggy the music buff."  Click on the Flickr stream if you want to see the rest.

What do you think? Which photo would you choose?

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Posted by Marti Konstant on March 26 at 07:14 AM

February 14, 2012

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Take My Wallet. Please.

Last week it came to light that the Google Wallet mobile payment service is vulnerable to multiple security exploits. These vulnerabilities involve fairly basic cracking of user credentials resident on Android devices and highlight the need for more robust platform and application security on the Google mobile OS and ...

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Posted by Steve Subar on February 14 at 03:16 AM

February 06, 2012

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Automotive: The Next Frontier for Virtualization

I have been predicting for years that there is a need for virtualization in cars. Guess what, it’s about to happen!

There are two main drivers (excuse the pun): On the one hand, features are mushrooming in cars just as in consumer electronics. And in cars, traditionally each new feature has resulted in yet another ...

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Posted by Gernot Heiser on February 06 at 03:45 AM

January 10, 2012

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2012 - The End of Mobile as We Know It

With 2012 kicking into high gear, there’s still plenty of gloomy crystal ball-gazing going on:  more war, famine, financial crises, asteroids colliding with Earth – you know, the usual stuff.  My visions for 2012 are instead of the mobile, not the Mayan kind.  Not catastrophic, but definitely game-changing for the ...

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Posted by Steve Subar on January 10 at 06:54 AM

November 28, 2011

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Enterprise Immobility – Somethin’s Gotta Give

The vicissitudes of real-world enterprise IT can make its practitioners seem like eternal naysayers:  “No, you may not download and install any application you want”.  “No, policy prohibits using social media on company time”. “No, you may not use your personal mobile phone to access company assets.”  But now the ...

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Posted by Steve Subar on November 28 at 05:35 AM

October 26, 2011

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Iggy spooks the mouse on Halloween

Carl Nerup and I were at the NSA Trusted Computing Conference in Orlando right around the corner from Disney World. While we were attending to our tradeshow booth and our customers, our scaly friend was missing in action (see the photos) to score some tricks & treats at the "Not to Scary Haloween Party." We couldn't ...

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Posted by Marti Konstant on October 26 at 06:28 AM

October 25, 2011

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ARM Cortex-A7 and OKL4 - Intrigue on the Waterfront

Seriously, I was walking along the wharf in San Francisco when the camera crew arrived to pose a few questions about OKL4 and the new ARM Cortex-A7 MPCore processor. I was happy to oblige.

Great story. Two processors working together so that a device can select the right processor for the right task. If more power is ...

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Posted by Carl Nerup on October 25 at 07:30 AM

September 28, 2011

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Who do you trust?

I attended the National Security Agency's NSA Trusted Computing Conference in Orlando last week. It's the conference where senior execs and IT security experts from government, industry, and academia meet to discuss the state of security in our networks today.

I worked in the expo center in the General Dynamics ...

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Posted by Marti Konstant on September 28 at 05:18 AM

September 09, 2011

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Hey VMware: Secure It Ain’t!

 

At last week's VMworld, VMware presented, once more, their Mobile Virtualization Platform (MVP), now called Horizon Mobile. Besides the usual hype, there were a few things that I found somewhat annoying. 

Specifically, VMware's Raj Mallempati is quoted as saying: "What VMware is going to do is provide me a corporate ...

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Posted by Gernot Heiser on September 09 at 06:02 AM

July 21, 2011

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Iguanas, trains and water taxis

Yesterday Iggy took some time to get better acquainted with the city of Chicago, one of the several places he calls home. Using the city’s Metra and El trains, as well as the water taxi, he took in some of the city’s best spots to visit.

Taking the Metra train transported Iggy into the city swiftly and safely. The ...

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Posted by Jonathan Fenton on July 21 at 06:59 AM

July 12, 2011

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Who’s Listening? Phone Hacking puts Personal and Corporate Activities at Risk

Phone hacking can extend beyond voicemail - this is the headline that caught my attention last week.

In the middle of last week's British tabloid news scandal, much of the scrutiny focused on highly questionable tactics of phone hacking used to capture stories for News of the World. CNN's Mark Millan, however, brought ...

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Posted by Steve Subar on July 12 at 02:11 AM

June 30, 2011

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To be or not to be…Should We See Security?

On June 14 I attended the Amphion Forum Chicago, where Steve Subar, the CEO of General Dynamics Broadband was part of a lively industry discussion. As the General Dynamics Broadband marketing intern, I have the opportunity to better understand the mobile virtualization industry. This Forum was an excellent opportunity ...

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Posted by Jonathan Fenton on June 30 at 04:40 AM

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