Motorola Mobility has acquired enterprise software maker Three Laws Mobility in order to woo corporate clients with its range of upcoming smartphones and tablet devices.
The security and mobile devices management software that is offered by Three Laws Mobility is being tested by most of the Fortune 100 companies. Motorola said that the company plans on offering 3LM's software on its devices from the second quarter of this year.
Enterprises are already testing alternatives to Research in Motion's BlackBerry smartphones and the services that are offered with it including email, messaging and other enterprise level functions. Currently, Apple's iOS based iPhone and Motorola's Droid X device running on Google's Android platform is being tested by several corporations.
In a press release, Christy Wyatt, corporate vice president for software and services at Motorola, described how the two companies would be working together to 'accelerate the adoption of Android devices by corporate users and their IT departments'.
Tom Moss and Gaurav Mathur, co-founders of 3LM, who will lead the 3LM business within Motorola Mobility described themselves as being 'extremely pleased to have joined the Motorola Mobility team'.