Android tweak lets admins reset stolen devices

Google enhances the enterprise management capabilities of its Android smartphone platform, making it possible for administrators to secure and reset lost or stolen devices.

Google has enhanced the enterprise management capabilities of its Android smartphone platform, making it possible for administrators to secure and reset lost or stolen devices.

In a blog post on Thursday, Google Enterprise Mobility Product Manager Mayur Kamat wrote that Android already worked "quite well" with the Google Apps productivity and collaboration suite, but the company was working to provide more functionality for those organizations using both platforms.

Read more of this story at ZDNet UK.

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