I’ve fielded a handful of questions from clients and media recently regarding what Saugatuck believes will be the outcome and effects of the Oracle lawsuit against Google regarding the use of Java intellectual property within the Android operating system. More calls have come in now that the jury has found that Google “infringed” to some extent, without agreeing on whether or not Google's use of Java was within legally-protected "fair use" guidelines.
In short, everything Android is up in the air, and some enterprise IT and mobility managers are concerned about what effects this court case may have on their abilities to plan and manage Cloud+mobility in the coming months, along with what to do – if anything.
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