News tagged: 'Knox'
Samsung has launched Enterprise Edition variants of the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S9, and the Galaxy A8 in the Netherlands. These enterprise editions were launched in Germany in early 2018 and are now making their way to the Netherlands. The same features are on offer, namely four years of software updates, three-year Knox Configure licenses, and the […]read more »
Samsung has been launching Enterprise Edition variants of its popular smartphones to target business customers for some time now. Last year, the company released the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8 Enterprise Edition models as part of the strategy. Continuing its enterprise push, Samsung has announced the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy A8 Enterprise Edition smartphones […]read more »
Samsung KNOX could be due a makeover as the firm has trademarked a new (and improved) logo with the European Union Intellectual Property Office. Don’t get too excited, though: there’s a chance the emblem will never see the light of day. Sadly, we don’t have any information pertaining to what Samsung’s working on. It could […]read more »
Samsung’s mobile security suite Knox now comes with almost every mid-range and high-end Galaxy smartphone. When it was first introduced, Knox was meant for keeping safe corporate data, but the South Korean smartphone giant added more features and extended it for normal consumers. Now, the company has released an infographic that showcases how Knox secures […]read more »
Knox 2.7 is the latest version of Samsung’s mobile security software and it significantly improves security on the company’s latest flagship handset. It has several new security features which will be of great benefit particularly to enterprise users, the features provide enhanced protection of personal and work data as well as greater convenience. Knox 2.7’s […]read more »
There was once a time when both business owners and their employees would only purchase corporate smartphones from BlackBerry as they feared offerings from other manufacturers weren’t as secure. However, over time, and with the development of new services, such as Android for Work, that perception has changed, and significantly more people are making the […]read more »
Samsung is striving hard to become a bigger player in the enterprise market. The company’s Knox security solution for mobile devices has been very well-received, and it recently partnered with IBM and BlackBerry to improve security on its smartphones and tablets. Now, a new report claims that Samsung is closing in on Apple regarding BYOD and enterprise security. According to […]read more »