April 18, 2012

Android Best Practices for BYOD

Learn more about the newest Enterprise Android Best Practices. 

This paper details baseline capabilities an Android device should support before it is considered enterprise-ready. This is the first in a series of papers on Android best practices for the enterprise. Consumers typically buy Android smartphones and tablets for personal use, but as they become more dependent on mobile devices and apps to run their lives, they also want to bring them to work (BYOD).

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Excellent advice in this paper with respect to making Android enterprise-ready. Enforcing use of available/required security settings is of course part of that, but this paper offers less obvious, more pragmatic procedural advice such as "designate an Android expert" and "set the support boundary." I also like the concrete framework suggested for phased roll-out. Well-said; I look forward to the promised additional chapters.

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