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Published By: MobileIron     Published Date: Mar 02, 2015
The Android platform has quickly established itself as a dominant mobile OS for consumers. However, enterprise IT has been slower to adopt Android broadly due to lack of Enterprise Mobility Management capabilities in Android and fragmentation. But the recent release of Android Lollipop reduces fragmentation and when combined with MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) solutions, gives IT the tools needed to easily manage and secure apps and content on all types of Android devices. This will accelerate adoption of Android devices within the enterprise.
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android, apps, vpn, work, multiple devices, emm
    
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Published By: MobileIron     Published Date: May 12, 2015
This white paper is intended to help CISOs understand how Lollipop and Android for Work can meet critical security and compliance requirements, even in high-security organizations. It also provides recommendations for implementing Lollipop and Android for Work as part of a BYOD program.
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android for work, mobileiron, fragmentation, malicious app store activity, security gaps, compliance, lollipop
    
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Published By: MobileIron     Published Date: Oct 21, 2016
The release of Android for Work, combined with the enterprise upgrades in Lollipop, delivers an outstanding opportunity for companies that have long waited to support Android devices as part of their BYOD mix. It also cements the need for a multi-OS EMM platform that is capable of delivering configurations across Android, iOS, and Windows devices. For organizations that want to take advantage of Android for Work, the first step will be to find an EMM provider with with a comprehensive platform and broad experience with multi-OS deployments to ensure their success. Download now to learn more!
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Published By: MobileIron     Published Date: Apr 13, 2015
Enterprises around the world have been searching for a way to securely enable Android™ devices for work, but have shied away from the platform due to ongoing security and fragmentation concerns. Delayed or non-existent Android security patches, malicious app store activity, and other security gaps have led organizations to distrust the platform, particularly those in industries with tight security and compliance requirements. This white paper is intended to help CISOs understand how Lollipop and Android for Work can meet critical security and compliance requirements, even in high-security organizations. It also provides recommendations for implementing Lollipop and Android for Work as part of a BYOD program.
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