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This new experience will also provide business users and IT administrators with the ability to adapt to evolving enterprise mobility trends. The announcement is great news for Samsung KNOX related Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and developers who can extend potential target market to a broader Android community with minimal implementation effort.
'I am very pleased and welcome this ground breaking partnership with
'Samsung has been pioneering to bring Android to the enterprise. We are grateful for their contribution to the Android open source project,' said
The goal of this unique collaboration is to address the evolving needs for a resilient and secure mobile platform. At the same time it ensures that the end user privacy and experiences are not compromised, so users can enjoy the same Android experience for work as they do for personal use. Along with this effort to expand into the enterprise mobility market powered by the Android platform, Samsung will continue to provide the advanced, differentiated, and comprehensive enterprise mobility solution for enterprise customers.
Samsung KNOX is currently the only Android provider of defence-grade and government-certified mobile security complying with key
Samsung also offers a comprehensive KNOX management and application store service. In addition to the Samsung KNOX components found in this next generation Android platform, Samsung will keep developing specialised proprietary services such as
For more information, please visit www.samsung.com/uk/knox/.
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