Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi will use Android from 2021 – Manageable via UEM?!

According to the Wall Street Journal, the alliance of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi will use Android for infotainment systems and displays in all vehicles from 2021 onwards. The Allianz sold over 5.5 million vehicles in the first half of 2018, more than Toyota and Volkswagen. Especially sales representatives know it: You´re driving your …

Android activations: What changes with versions P and Q in detail – Also for KNOX

Google will make major changes to Android and things will change. I had already written down these new functions and changes, but in this article I will go into detail about Android P / Q / Dynamics / KNOX activations at an MDM. MDM-C (Mobile Device Management Controlled) Activations If …

Some Android OEMs don’t take it so seriously with security updates

Android security is better than the reputation I wrote on BB10QNX. But something else can be filtered out of the data collected from the German security company Security Research Labs: Some manufacturers do not work accurately or cheat. The date of the security patches is decisive. This allows Android users …

How-to Android Zero-Touch Enrollment

Zero-Touch provides simplified (mass) enrollment and enterprise binding for Android devices. Depending on what EMM system you are using administrators having multiple options for activation. Requirements BlackBerry UEM12.8 / MobileIron Core 9.7 / AirWatch 9.2 Android Oreo Devices from approved reseller Google Account mapped on company domain Registered Zero-Touch account …

MobileIron Core 9.7 supports Android Oreo COPE activation

With MobilIron Core 9.7 IT-admins are now able to activate Android Oreo devices as managed devices with a work profile: COPE (Corporate Owned, Personally Enabled). With MobileIron Core 9.7 and Mobile@Work 9.7 following capabilities on a single device are possible: Managed device Work profile Unmanaged profile So this is the final …