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BlackBerry, IBM, Microsoft, and others join Android Enterprise Recommended initiative

Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

About a year ago, Google announced the Android Enterprise Recommended program. It includes a list of Android devices that are ideal for business use and comply with certain guidelines (running a recent version of Android, supporting zero-touch enrollment, etc.). For companies looking to deploy a large number of phones, Google also now has a set of recommended Enterprise Mobility Management providers.

Enterprise Mobility Management providers, or EMMs for short, are companies that set up and manage mobile devices for other companies.

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BlackBerry, IBM, Microsoft, and others join Android Enterprise Recommended initiative was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

BlackBerry, IBM, Microsoft, and others join Android Enterprise Recommended initiative

Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

About a year ago, Google announced the Android Enterprise Recommended program. It includes a list of Android devices that are ideal for business use and comply with certain guidelines (running a recent version of Android, supporting zero-touch enrollment, etc.). For companies looking to deploy a large number of phones, Google also now has a set of recommended Enterprise Mobility Management providers.

Enterprise Mobility Management providers, or EMMs for short, are companies that set up and manage mobile devices for other companies.

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BlackBerry, IBM, Microsoft, and others join Android Enterprise Recommended initiative was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google now certifies rugged Android phones for business use, promises five years of security updates

Wednesday, September 5th, 2018

Back in Feburary, Google announced the 'Android Enterprise Recommended' program. It's designed to make buying Android phones for business use easier, by only recommending models that comply with a handful of requirements (Android 7.0 or higher, security update for three years, etc). Now the company is expanding the Enterprise Recommended program to rugged devices.

The requirements for rugged phones are slightly different than those for normal Enterprise Recommended devices (now referred to as 'Knowledge Workers Devices').

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Google now certifies rugged Android phones for business use, promises five years of security updates was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android Enterprise Recommended program adds new models from Huawei, Motorola, BlackBerry, and others

Tuesday, June 12th, 2018

Back in February, Google announced the Android Enterprise Recommended program, which defines which phones are ideal for business use. Devices in the program have to follow a set of guidelines from Google, such as rolling out security updates within 90 days of release. The company announced today that a handful of more devices have been added to the program, including the Moto G6, Huawei P20/P20 Pro, and Sony Xperia XZ2.

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Android Enterprise Recommended program adds new models from Huawei, Motorola, BlackBerry, and others was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google will begin certifying Android devices for business use, starting with phones from LG, BlackBerry, Motorola, and others

Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

When it comes to security, Android devices are a mixed bag - to say the least. Few manufacturers make promises about long-term support, and timely security updates are rare. This is understandably a concern for large businesses, which often don't want to worry about security flaws or constantly deploy new devices. For many enterprise customers, the question of which Android phones should be used is difficult to answer.

Google's solution to this problem is the 'Android Enterprise Recommended' program, which defines which Android devices are ideal for business use.

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Google will begin certifying Android devices for business use, starting with phones from LG, BlackBerry, Motorola, and others was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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