Tag: Android

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Google introduces Android Enterprise Recommended for Managed Service Providers

February 21, 2019

Via: CIO

Google has continued to expand its Android Enterprise Recommended program, adding Managed Service Providers and businesses with MSP business units that provision, manage, and support devices on behalf of customers. In a blog post, Google announced 15 initial launch partners: […]

BI Users, Data Analyst

How Android Can Be a Catalyst for Digital Transformation

February 12, 2019

Via: CIO

“Digital transformation” is a hot topic in enterprise, and most organizations are investing significantly in this area. In fact, according to research from Accenture[1], 78 percent of business leaders expect their organizations to be digital in the next three years. […]

BI Categories, BI Security

How secure is Android? Separating the myths from the facts

January 29, 2019

Via: CIO

The world of security news is often awash with myths about Android security. While the headlines can focus on hyperbole and dramatic accounts, the real story and data is far more favorable for Google’s mobile operating system. The Android team’s […]

BI Categories, Data Mining

From Hybrid Cloud to Hybrid IT

August 22, 2018

Via: CIO

Nobody thinks desktops and laptops are going away, but the device explosion has created an environment where enterprises need to support Windows, Linux, iOS, Android, and who-knows-what-other platform, for just about every business application. Many enterprises are simplifying their users’ […]

BI Users

6 apps Apple really needs to make for Android

March 15, 2017

Via: CIO

Android and iOS may be destined to do battle forever, but when it comes to apps, the relationship is a little friendlier. Countless iOS users enjoy Google’s services on their iPhones, and in fact, the acclaimed Gboard keyboard actually began […]

BI Security

Android gets patches for critical OpenSSL, media server and kernel driver flaws

March 7, 2017

Via: CIO

A five-month-old flaw in Android’s SSL cryptographic libraries is among the 35 critical vulnerabilities Google fixed in its March security patches for the mobile OS. The first set of patches, known as patch level 2017-03-01, is common to all patched […]

BI Users, Business Users

The best office apps for Android

January 30, 2017

Via: CIO

It’s 2017. You shouldn’t have to worry about whether that old budget spreadsheet will open on your tablet or whether the document in your inbox will look right on your phone. In this day and age, having office apps that […]

BI Security

Sensitive access tokens and keys found in hundreds of Android apps

January 18, 2017

Via: CIO

Many developers still embed sensitive access tokens and API keys into their mobile applications, putting data and other assets stored on various third-party services at risk. A new study performed by cybersecurity firm Fallible on 16,000 Android applications revealed that […]

BI Users

Android device updates: OnePlus pushes out updates, Samsung tries to kill off the Note7

December 19, 2016

Via: CIO

The OnePlus 3 and 3T are the big winners in the world of updates this week. The former is getting another taste of Nougat thanks to the company’s beta software program. The 3T isn’t there yet, but it’s the recipient […]

BI Users

Chrome for Android is battling poor connectivity with new features

September 27, 2016

Via: The Next Web

In line with the announcement of its new Station initiative that aims to bring public Wi-Fi to areas with poor data connectivity, today Google also announced plans to make browsing the Web in Chrome for Android a lot faster and […]

BI Users

Android is switching to a regular maintenance schedule for more predictable updates

August 24, 2016

Via: CIO

Minor tweaks and bug fixes aren’t new for Android updates, but Google wants to make the process far less haphazard. A post on the Android Developers Blog details that Google is moving to a regular maintenance schedule “over the coming […]

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Publish tweetstorms on the go with Storm It for Android

July 8, 2016

Via: The Next Web

There have previously been rumors about Twitter allowing tweets longer than 140 characters; some even speculated that it would allow up to 10,000 characters. That’d be great for those of you who enjoy publishing tweetstorms, or a bunch of tweets […]