N/APosted on - 12/24/2014
Samsung and Google have announced the usage of app containerization to separate the phone into two halves-personal and corporate. This method might be fundamental in improving security for mobile devices finding increased usage in business. However will users find it easy to flip between two modes of operation? What could be at risk here?
Samsung and Google plan to go ahead with App containerization.
It will be very easy for users to flip between two modes of operation.
1. The shared services framework: It allows users to get the capabilities of multiple mobile apps. It solves the complex problems of your business.
2. Single Sign on (SSO) Authentication: It allows user to login once in to the device. Because of this authentication user gets access to all secured apps which are on the device. Without entering into corporate credentials, it gives access to enterprise resources.