Samsung Targets Businesses with Samsung Enterprise Services
Jan 6, 2014, 5:38 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Samsung today announced a new offering it believes will convince large businesses to adopt its mobile devices and services. Samsung Enterprise Services is meant to give companies a complete package for deploying and maintaining smartphones and tablets. It provides IT the tools it needs to perform system and app updates, as well as protect devices from malware and threats. The new service builds on Samsung Knox, its existing business security suite, and also introduces Samsung MobileCare, which will do some of the heavy lifting for businesses, such as management support, training, repairs, and warranty care. This new set of services from Samsung could help it push Apple and BlackBerry out of the enterprise.
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