Managing Android Fragmentation - Sponsored Whitepaper

Managing Android Fragmentation
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When Google created Android as an open source platform, it allowed any and all developers to modify it as they see fit. In addition, some smartphone carriers include pre-installed software on their devices. As a result, there are a number of Android variations across the different makes, models and carriers of smartphones and tablets.

If fragmentation really is a problem for everyone

How you can define different segments of your user population so you can set up roles with different restrictions and privileges

The best ways to manage each of the different types of applications (and which type you may want to completely restrict)

The reality is this: Android is too popular to ignore. Organizations will simply have to deal with it, in all its permutations.
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