BARCELONA, Spain Feb. 13, 2011 GSMA MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS — Afaria
"The partnership with Sybase enables our enterprise customers to confidently embrace Samsung Android devices," said Jongshin Kim, vice president of Enterprise Solution Group, Samsung Electronics. "Sybase provides a comprehensive solution that helps Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy S II set a new security standard within the Android ecosystem. With the widespread adoption of both personally-owned and corporate-owned Samsung devices, our enterprise customers can now enjoy the benefits of Samsung’s compelling Galaxy S devices in the most secure and consistent manner."
Together, Sybase and Samsung are setting out to transform entire organizations through enterprise mobility solutions that bring unprecedented levels of productivity and security without the complexity, allowing enterprises for the first time to extend best practices and polices to Android devices.
Sybase Afaria Advanced Enterprise Security empowers enterprise IT with the most comprehensive device management capabilities on Samsung Android devices (Android version 2.3 or later), including:
- Security management
- Application management
- Configuration management
- Exchange Client Configuration
- Over-the-air (OTA) deployments
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