Google unveils iOS Sync security service with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus support

  • 11 September 2014
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by Alastair Stevenson 11 Sep 2014 

Google has launched an iOS Sync service for Google Apps, marking its latest attempt to push its enterprise services into mixed office environments.
Google for Work product manager Clayton Jones announced the feature in a blog post, claiming iOS Sync will help IT managers safely take advantage of the ongoing bring your own device (BYOD) trend.
"Marvel and DC Comics, Star Wars and Star Trek, Emacs and VI – we all have our favorites. And then there's iOS and Android, each with dedicated fans. Regardless of which you prefer, there's no reason your device of choice should get in the way of your work," he said.
"We're introducing iOS Sync for Google Apps giving you and your company the increased security needed to protect your files, emails, documents and more on your favorite iOS phone or tablet."
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