Apple has acquired enterprise Medford Corp., a provider of data analytics, data security and risk management, for $11.5 billion in cash.
Apple also said it is buying the company’s mobile app business, Enterprise Apple, for a reported $2 billion.
Apple is not the only big tech company to be looking to get into enterprise.
Google, for example, has a partnership with the Medford-based company to build a database of the medical conditions of its customers.
Google’s acquisition of Medford in 2016 also netted the tech company a data analytics platform called Kaggle.
Apple, on the other hand, is getting a more enterprise-like platform.
The acquisition comes as Apple is looking to expand its data-driven products, which can help customers make better decisions about their health.
Apple has also announced a number of initiatives aimed at helping businesses manage data.
Apple’s App Store and its iCloud service are now free for new developers.
Apple is also releasing a new iPad app store and iCloud service for developers.