Android I - Five Steps to Android Readiness - Sponsored Whitepaper

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Ready or not, Android is coming to the enterprise. The rise of Google’s Android operating system has ushered a new wave of mobile devices and applications to market. Google reported on Feb 27, 2012 that:

More than 850,000 new Android devices are activated each day. More than 300 million Android devices have been activated so far. More than 450,000 Android apps are now available on Google Play (previously Android Market).

Consumers typically buy Android smartphones and tablets for personal use, but as they become more dependent on mobile devices to run their lives, they also want to bring them to work.

IT professionals who only recently adopted iPhone and iPad may wonder: is Android worth it? While Android opens the door to further innovation and productivity, it presents new fragmentation and complexity challenges for IT.

While Android opens the door to Introducing Android is a balancing act between what users want and what IT requires. Users want choice in the further innovation and devices they use at work and the ability to use the native productivity, it presents new experience of those devices; IT needs to secure the data fragmentation and complexity stored on those devices and enforce company policies. challenges for Mobile IT.
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