Usually when a company purchases smartphones (or computers) for use by employees, there's a long setup process involved. Google is trying to solve this problem with 'zero-touch enrollment,' a way to make Android rollouts in the enterprise more seamless and secure.
When most people think about Android, they think about consumer devices like the Galaxy S7, Pixel XL and the HTC 10. However, there's a whole enterprise side when it comes to Android too, and Google has recently launched a landing page to showcase its impact.
Google has released Springboard, an app that allows Apps for Work users a way to search across all the different, compatible, Google Apps services. The application is invite only, but the early reviews give Apps for Work users a glimmer of hope.
Companies have a ton of sensitive information to keep from getting in the wrong hands, so it's understandable if they are looking to monitor email communication to ensure that. Gmail offers nice tools for data loss prevention, but the latest update for businesses adds optical character...