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Android Enterprise programme certifies i.safe devices

February 2021 News

Extech Safety Systems has announced that its Mobile devices are now verified by the Android Enterprise Recommended programme for rugged devices, a Google-led devices that raises the bar of excellence for devices and services built to handle demanding workloads over a longer life cycle.

“We deliver a consistent set of features verified by Google with an elevated device baseline, increased security standards and enterprise-focused features and behaviours to meet customer needs,” said Martin Haaf, CEO, i.safe Mobile. “Through this Google certification, i.safe Mobile will continue to deliver the best possible technology and support to help enterprise customers everywhere achieve their digital transformation goals and enhance operational efficiency by meeting Google’s standards for security, productivity and flexibility.”

Some of the Android Enterprise Recommended requirements include:

• Minimum hardware specifications for Android 7.0+ devices.

• Delivery of Android security updates within 90 days of release from Google, for a minimum of 5 years.

• Certified for IP64.

• Meeting strict requirements for harsh conditions and drop tests.

• Support for at least one additional major OS release.


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