We rolled out Enterprise Android Devices… Now What? With the end of support for Windows CE, companies have made (or are making) the switch to
While I was reflecting on the work BlueFletch did this year, something stood out to me: projects that started with a software prototype were more
The BlueFletch Enterprise Launcher was designed to power the connected workforce and support shared rugged devices through single sign-on. See how our product compares to other Android Launchers.
Now when an OEM adds a new feature — along with Android Enterprise managed configuration — the option is ready to be configured by IT admins instantly, bypassing EMM feature release cycles.
As organizations continue to leverage mobile technology, Android Kiosk Mode will continue to play a role in modernizing the way we work and interact with brands as customers.
Although Apple has done a great job catering to consumer needs, they are ignoring a segment of legacy enterprise mobile users. With every new OS release, they are removing features that enterprises who develop internal applications need in order to be successful. And the iOS13 update to notifications is the tipping point…