Looks like Samsung is making its partnership stronger with Google on the enterprise front. The company will be joining the Android Enterprise Recommended program by Google.
With this new program along with Knox, Samsung aims to improve enterprise customer security. This will help with overall productivity and operational efficiency.
The Android Enterprise Recommended program was launched by Google in early 2018. But, the program has a strict list of requirements. And Google is testing every device submission thoroughly before approval.
According to the EVP and Head of Global Mobile B2B at Samsung Electronics, KC Choi, the hardware and software of Samsung devices will not only meet but exceed the requirements for the program.
As of now, the company has selected Galaxy devices running on Android 11 and above. This includes existing handsets such as the Galaxy S20 and the Galaxy Note 20. The Galaxy Tab S7 series might also tag along in the program.
Google also stated that “Samsung has been a key player in the mobile enterprise space for many years”. It is looking forward to recommending new Galaxy phones and tablets to the enterprise program.
via - Sammobile
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