Samsung recently announced that it will join Google’s Android Enterprise Recommended Program. Google’s Android Recommended Program basically aims to provide a high-level of security and business capability on selected android devices to enterprise customers.
It’s not the first time that such an IT company has partnered up with Google’s Android Enterprise Recommended Program. Other tech-giants like OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, Lenovo, and many others are already a part of this program. But now Korean-tech giant Samsung has joined in too.
How Samsung devices will benefit from Android Enterprise Recommended Program?
“By joining the Android Enterprise Recommended program, we are making it even easier for enterprise customers to build a mobile experience that protects employees, keeps them engaged and enhances operational efficiency by meeting and exceeding Google’s standards for security, productivity and flexibility,” said KC Choi, EVP, and Head of Global Mobile B2B Team, Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics.
Samsung devices running on Android 11 like Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Tab S7, and Galaxy S7+ are going to be part of the Android Recommended Program. This will provide enterprise customers with more options that ensure consistent device performance, enhances operational efficiency by following Google’s standard for security, protects employees, and keeps them engaged at the same time.
Google also commented on Samsung’s participation in AER “Samsung’s participation in the program ensures Google’s customers have access to devices that offer outstanding security, efficiency, and productivity and we look forward to working together more in the future.” said David Still, Managing Director of Android Enterprise, Google.
In addition to that, enterprise customers will also be able to choose between Android zero-touch enrollment and Knox Mobile Enrollment.
More information on Samsung’s official newsroom.