Georgia company bought for $1.5 billion

Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014 9:01 AM
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ATLANTA -- California-based technology firm VMWare plans to buy fast-growing Sandy Springs-based mobile technology and security company AirWatch in a deal valued at more than $1.5 billion, the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Wednesday.

AirWatch has become a rock star in the world of securing mobile devices with the proliferation of smartphones and tablets. AirWatch has announced aggressive expansions that have added hundreds of jobs in Georgia and across the globe in the past year.

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nocnoc 01/22/14 - 07:27 pm
Air Watch is Good company

But $1B + I am not sure they rate the price.

wildman 01/22/14 - 07:38 pm
It's worth what the folks in

It's worth what the folks in California will pay, good for them. You are right, good company.

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