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How to make Android a real part of your business

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Mar 24, 2016.

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    Over the past five years, iPhones and iPads have become the corporate mobile standards, thanks to their wealth of business apps, Exchange compatibility, corporate manageability, and strong security. Android devices, on the other hand, have largely been relegated to "OK for email" status.

    But there's no longer a reason to keep Android at arm's length. It can now be as integral to your mobile portfolio as Apple's iOS devices are. Sure, Apple devices still lead in business-class apps, manageability, and security, but not by enough to exclude Android from full access at most companies.

    [ Check out InfoWorld's comparisons of office apps for the iPad and office apps for Android devices. | Read our guide to Exchange-based tools in Windows, OS X, iOS, and Android: mobile Outlook vs. desktop Outlook vs. native apps. | See the top tips on getting more from iOS for email, contacts, and calendars. ]

    With that in mind, InfoWorld has put together this guide on how to deploy Android, both for company-issued devices and BYOD scenarios; most companies likely have a mix of both approaches.

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