Getting your Android Device Managed by WSO2 Enterprise Mobility Manager - Wednesday, September 10, 2014

  • By Mohamed Usama Mansoor
  • 10 Sep, 2014
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It is estimated that the Android platform’s share of the global market is above 84%. There is no doubt that Android has taken a major part of the enterprise mobility space today. Not only mobile phones and tablets, but TVs, wearable, and iOT devices are also powered by Android, thereby emerging the No. 1 mobile operating system in the world. WSO2 Enterprise Mobility Manager (EMM) gives special focus to Android, especially with regard to BYOD (bring your own device) and COPE (corporate) devices.

In this webinar, Chatura Dilan, senior software engineer at WSO2, will explain how you could use WSO2 EMM to control Android devices in your enterprise.

The session will focus on the following topics

  • Overview of WSO2 EMM
  • How to connect your Android phone to WSO2 EMM
  • Android device management through EMM
  • Android application management through EMM
  • Create and monitor policies for Android devices
  • How to have your own enterprise mobile app store like Google Play
  • What are the challenges in using Android in your enterprise
  • The future of Android in the EMM space

If you are a CTO, architect, developer, or a system administrator looking to manage Android devices and applications in your organization, this webinar is for you!

Presenter
Chathura Dilan Software Engineer, WSO2 Chatura is a senior software engineer at WSO2 and is part of the Mobile team. He is a full stack application developer who mainly focuses on building great end-user experiences and user interfaces by engaging with many web products. He is also a mobile and Android developer who has won many local and international awards on behalf of his country. He is passionate about open source and loves helping the open source community with their technology-related issues. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees related to Information and Communication Technology from the University of Colombo.
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