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The 8 series marks Google's longest commitment to software support and parts availability yet.
The work profile experience was changing in 14, but it's abrupt removal casts doubt on that actually happening.
OEMs offering just 3 years of support should be paying attention.
My third in a series of articles that offer a glimpse of what I do day to day. This one focuses on the profound impact DoorDash has had on the humble T8.
The work profile experience is changing in 14, predominantly for the better. Here's a quick overview on what to expect.
While Google typically lacks absolute clarity on the issue, it does appear enterprise customers may fall into the exclusions list Google provides for scenarios where a Google account won't be marked as inactive.
My second in a series of articles that offer a glimpse of what I do day to day. This time bringing the first ever EDLA-certified ePOS to market.
Android 14 is nearing official launch! Come and see what's new for enterprise.
It's a new year, and a new opportunity to reintroduce Android Enterprise to the market. This is an Android Enterprise refresher for 2023.
Android's enterprise feature set was pretty light in 2022, which obviously means 2023 is going to be a good one. Here are some of the features I'd like to see across the AE ecosystem next year.
Google's long-anticipated changes to device password complexity requirements for BYOD devices are here, and they're frustrating.
Google is taking a harder stance on "older" applications from 2022. For organisations with enterprise applications this is what you need to know.
Google have recently (finally!) published details of the differences between Android and Android Go. This transparency will further help organisations determine if Go is suitable for their needs.
VMware recently announced "official" support for Android Go, the resource-mindful implementation of Android for lower-end devices. What does this mean for Android Go support over all, and does Android Go require dedicated support within the Android Ecosystem? (Hint: No).
Continuing on from losing my bet with Google, I’ve been spending some time with the Android security transparency report and ended up taking a long, hard look at the impact of dropping the Android 10 & below requirement for devices to receive 3/5 years of updates in order to be recommended by Google.
I owe someone a Steak dinner.
As 2020 comes to a long-overdue close and we head into what anyone can hope will be a slightly less chaotic new year, it also edges closer to what will soon be two years leading product with Social Mobile. With the results of all the hard work now materialising, I think it’s interesting to reflect on the last ~18 months, what it’s lead to, and what’s next.
Google today dropped the most significant update to zero-touch since its introduction with the Google Pixel back in 2016!
This week, VMware announced their intention to end support for Device Admin based Android management.
Google's brand new Product Expert Community for Android Enterprise!
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Join me speaking to Jack Madden & Russ Morh talking all things AE
The COPE deployment scenario has been long sought-after in AMAPI, absent after most of the rest of the EMM market had adopted it in one way or another and even still following the unexpected news of the imminent change to how COPE is deployed in Android 11. Now, it's on the way