Archive for June 3, 2013
Companies and businesses across the globe are getting wise to BYOD (bring your own device) type office settings, which require employees to cover all their own technology costs. By and large, employees are happy to use their own equipment, such as Android in the enterprise. However, companies must be able to secure their infrastructure from infiltrations such as hackers, spammers and viruses. The number one concern of many companies when it comes to using this BYOD policy is security. Software that is cloud based can eliminate security concerns. Using Android device management software, designed to fix problems with, or update a computer program or its supporting data, businesses are able to stay mobile and modern, while protecting their assets. The Android security model includes fixing security vulnerabilities and other bugs, and improving the usability or performance of Android, or Droid as it is known, operating systems . Though meant to fix problems, poorly designed patches can sometimes introduce new problems. In some special cases updates may knowingly break the functionality, for instance, by removing components for which the update provider is no longer licensed or disabling a device. Android device management software secures, monitors, manages mobile devices, and functionality typically includes over air distribution of applications, data and configuration settings for all types of mobile devices, including mobile phones, Android management and security, tablets, mobile printers, mobile POS devices and more. Mobile devices and applications are flooding the market, making mobile monitoring of utmost importance. Numerous vendors help android management, mobile device manufacturers, content portals and developers, test and monitor the delivery of their mobile content, applications and services. Testing content in real time helps detect and correct bugs in the applications with Android device management.