Samsung and BlackBerry have announced a partnership that combines Samsung’s Knox security platform with BlackBerry’s BES12 suite.
Several Samsung Galaxy devices have officially been approved by the NSA for use with classified information.
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Both Samsung and Google have released blog posts today giving us a few more details about Android for Work, including some of the differences between the new platform and Knox.
Despite the upcoming arrival of Android for Work, Samsung says it is still committed to Samsung Knox.
Google has purchased the startup Divide, a security company that has its own Knox-like sofware. Could Google be planning to integrate some of these features into Android?
Samsung has announced that its new security platform, Samsung KNOX, will support Microsoft’s security minded enterprise software Workplace Join, Windows Intune, Windows Azure and cloud printing of Microsoft Office documents.
Samsung is continuing its efforts to make its smartphones more secure for enterprise with the new Samsung Knox 2.0 that takes advantage of some new features of the Galaxy S5. Read on for more!
Samsung is reportedly going after big corporate clients with customized phones, in a bid to secure new revenue sources. According to the Korea Times, Samsung wants to win the business of large multinational corporations such as Coca-Cola, Pepsi, or FedEx.
The Android 4.3 update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (GT-N7100) may arrive as soon as this week. In fact, there’s a good chance that Samsung will kick off the rollout today.