Enterprise IT administrators manage a wide range of mobile devices, including corporate-owned, employee-owned, and a mix of corporate-owned, personally enabled (COPE) devices. With all of these varying levels of device ownership, organizations need a way to ensure business apps and data are secure on any device used for work — regardless of who owns the device....Read More →
Join us this week for part two of our podcast series on Android in the enterprise with Google’s Sean Ginevan, head of market strategy and enablement for Android enterprise, and Gene Trinks, an Android Platform Specialist. We’ll continue to explore the evolution of Android and we’ll ask Google about the future of Android in 2018 and beyond.
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At the end of 2017, we sat down with our partner Google to discuss some of the milestones and accomplishments of Android in the enterprise. Join us in this two part series with Google’s Sean Ginevan, head of market strategy and enablement for Android enterprise, and Gene Trinks, an Android Platform Specialist. We’ll explore the evolution of Android, examine the steps Google has taken to secure the operating system, and look at how Google views the future of the world’s most...Read More →
Earlier this year, MobileIron introduced support for managed Google Play, allowing enterprises to deploy and manage work apps using the the scale and reliability of Google’s app store. Android enterprise deployments can already deploy and configure public and private apps today.
With MobileIron Core 9.6, administrators can now distribute different versions of an app to users...Read More →
At its tenth anniversary, Google I/O returns to Mountain View where the first I/O was held in 2006. It is also next to the home of Google and speaks to Google’s growing influence over developers as they flock to the sold-out conference.
This year’s outdoor location allowed Google to host nearly 7,000 attendees at the Shoreline...Read More →
This week we are exploring Android exploits and remediations as part of our five part series on ransomware in...Read More →
With Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, its latest additions to the Galaxy S lineup, introduced at Mobile World Congress, Samsung is illustrating that it remains a key player when it comes to Android in the enterprise.
Samsung is no stranger to enterprise mobility
Samsung is hardly a stranger to enterprise mobility. Two years ago, the company announced its KNOX security...Read More →
For far too long, CISOs have been caught between two competing agendas. First, they need to protect their critical business data and meet ongoing (and ever-changing) compliance requirements. Second is the resounding drumbeat from Android™ users who want serious enterprise support for their favorite mobile devices and apps — with no excuses. Since Android is now the dominant global...Read More →