GURUGRAM: When it comes to Android Enterprise Recommended (AER) smartphones validated by Google, Nokia leads the race among organizations as security become paramount, a new report said on Wednesday. In India, there are only 40 smartphones which comply to AER norms, which makes it simple for businesses to confidently select, deploy and manage Android devices and services that meet elevated enterprise requirements validated by Google. Nokia leads the choice with 16 such smartphones, followed by Motorola and Google with nine and eight options, respectively. Out of these 40 AER-compliant smartphones, around five are not being sold anymore as they reached their end-of-life cycle. This leaves organistions with only 35 models to choose from in the country, said the report from market research firm techARC. “It is important for CIOs to ensure enterprise-grade security and manageability of smartphones even if the ownership and possession may rest with the employees,” said Faisal Kawoosa, Founder and Chief Analyst, techARC. Android Enterprise Recommended (AER) norms help ensure that devices are up-to-date with regular security patches delivered within 90 days. These are rugged devices built to handle tough environments with protection against drops, dust and more. Globally, there are 140 smartphones which are AER compliant… Read full this story
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