Google has recently been in a gobble spree acquiring all the nice companies out there. Just few weeks back Google announced it acquired cloud monitoring service Stackdriver.
Now, Google has taken-over Divide, a cloud-based device management technology that will help corporates manage BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Devices) policies.
In a post on the Divide website (via Re/code), the company says:
We’re thrilled to announce that Divide is joining Google! Divide was founded with a simple mission: Give people the best mobile experience at work. As part of the Android team, we’re excited to continue developing solutions that our users love.
For existing customers, Divide will work as it always has. Thank you to everyone who has downloaded our app, partnered with us, invested in us and provided feedback along the way; we truly appreciate all your support.
— Divide (@divide) May 19, 2014
Google was already one of the investors in Divide along with Comcast, Qualcomm, Globsepan Capital Partners and Harmony Partners.
Looks like Google is planning to make its Andorid OS more corporate friendly. Divide should help it make a strong base.