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Rugged devices certified as Android Enterprise Recommended will get 5 years of security updates

Android has had its challenges entering the enterprise market due to a number of issues. Fragmentation between smartphone OEMs hasn't helped, but Samsung has certainly been pulling their weight with their KNOX security platform so businesses can feel safe with their data. It was almost 2 years ago when Google started to get involved when they...

Here are five high-end Chromebooks in development to challenge the Pixelbook

Evidence is mounting that a new generation of Chromebooks will utilise high-end features not commonly seen in Chromebooks such as powerful CPUs, 16GB RAM, backlit keyboards, and high-resolution displays. High-end Chromebooks are few and far between, with the Google Pixelbook being the lone device that is head-and-shoulders above the rest. Five high-performance Kaby Lake Chromebooks are...

Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 7 Plus, and Nokia 6 are now part of the Android Enterprise Recommended Program

Late last month, Google announced a new certification program called Android Enterprise Recommended. The list of approved devices at launch included the Pixel 2 and Pixel devices, BlackBerry KeyOne, Huawei Mate 10, LG V30, LG G6, and a few others. The Nokia 8 was on that first list and now it will be joined by...

Google introduces the Android Enterprise Recommended program to certify smartphones for business use

Google and Android OEMs have shipped Android to 2 billion active devices around the world. That's made it a big target when it comes to vulnerabilities, which is a headache for enterprise. Keeping company data safe and secure is a top priority for businesses, and it's a big reason why Google pushes out monthly security...

Google Launches Website for Android’s Enterprise Presence

We already know how flexible Android is, mainly because the base platform is open source. This means it can be adapted for a wide number of different use cases and one of those is how Android is used in businesses. Not many people understand the type of impact Android can have in the enterprise, and...

Google Announces Android for Work DevHub: A Collaborative Forum for Developers

Development is often a team effort. Professional Android developers usually find themselves seeking the help of other developers on the web when they can't find an answer to a problem on their own. Many communities such as Stack Overflow have sprung up to give developers a place to learn from others.Stack Overflow, however, is more of...

Google Ups Ante on Enterprise BYOD Adoption Following Divide Acquisition

Although Android currently reigns supreme when it comes to overall, worldwide smartphone market share, this doesn't exactly hold true in all market segments. One key area in which Google's mobile juggernaut is lacking is enterprise. This should come as no surprise, because the nearly limitless diversity available within the Android ecosystem can also lead to...