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DeTe offers to 'fill up' business smartphones

Thursday 8 December 2016 | 14:47 CET | News
A new service from Deutsche Telekom will automatically install Samsung phones with custom apps and settings for business clients providing devices to employees. Under the 'fill up' service, a fleet of Samsung devices can be automatically installed and registered to business specifications from the cloud through a Wi-Fi connection. No manual installation or changeover is required by the company's IT department. The service includes Knox Mobile Enrollment and is offered in conjunction with the EMM service (Hosted Enterprise Mobility Management) and MobileIron cloud product.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Deutsche Telekom / Samsung
Countries: Germany
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