Archive for December 2011

How can I remotely delete files on my Android tablet or smartphones?

You might have a need to delete files or folders on multiple Android phones or tablets. It becomes even more challenging if you don’t have physical access to the devices. In either case, you might want to delete the files with minimum work. SureMDM allows you to remotely execute Linux commands on Android devices. You…

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SureLock: The Ultimate Lockdown for Androids

Android Smartphones and Tablets provide everything your business needs and actually much more than you need-multimedia capabilities your employees would love to misuse. Practically it would be really difficult to keep an eye on every enterprise-owned device. The safest bet is to lock down your Android tablets and smartphones using SureLock. Repressively tested on the…

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Automatic Time Synchronization on Windows Mobile Devices

A common problem with mobile devices is that their time and date gets out of sync with that of the server or the actual correct time. This can be an issue for applications which use time on the device for their calculation, storage or some logic. Incorrect time can also lead to inconsistency between device…

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Linkedin group "Enterprise Android" launched

Join the linkedin group Enterprise Android to discuss all about enterprise use of Android platform. Come…join the group…share information, ask questions and get engaged in discussions about devices, applications, strategies and best practices. See you there… http://www.linkedin.com/groups?about=&gid=4217655 Share this:

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Linkedin group “Enterprise Android” launched

Join the linkedin group Enterprise Android to discuss all about enterprise use of Android platform. Come…join the group…share information, ask questions and get engaged in discussions about devices, applications, strategies and best practices. See you there… http://www.linkedin.com/groups?about=&gid=4217655 Share this:

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How to know Android Applications Permissions

Android OS runs applications in separate sandboxes which means an application cannot directly access data or other resources belonging to another application. Rarely an application can do everything on its own. They usually need resources belonging to other applications installed on the system. Android provides additional capabilities to applications by means of “Permissions”. An application…

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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

“Bring your own device” (BYOD) is a new trend whereby companies allow their employees to bring their mobile devices (Smartphones or tablets) to work and allow them to be used for business purposes with access to company network and data. It’s a part of consumerization-of-IT wave that has started to gain serious traction in last…

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