Google I/O 2015: What you want to know about Android M Â
Google I/O is being talked about in the tech world like nothing else. It is beginning towards the end of May and there are reasons that the search giant is going to come up with many showstoppers for its fans.
Google has remained relevant for more than a decade and the company is working hard not to just continue to dominate the search, but also strangulate almost every part of our life in every way possible.
There is no denying the fact that Android M is going to be one of the biggest announcements during the forthcoming Google I/O 2015, but this is not all. There are reasons to believe that the search giant has got much more to showcase during the Google I/O 2015.
There are reasons to believe that Palo Alto based tech giant is also set to announce an update to the Android for Work, which was announced earlier this year. There are reasons to believe that the company wants to make it all the more appealing to corporations, a move that could help extend the Internet companyâ€™s reach into workplaces. Android for Work is an enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform that lets companies deliver a secure, productive, and rich mobile experience to their employees. Devices in Android for Work deployments use hardware-based encryption and admin-managed policies to ensure business data stays separate and safe from malware while personal information stays private. Android for Work users can safely use a single Android device for business and personal use, and companies can provision devices they own or configure work profiles on employee-owned devices. Admins can remotely control all work-related policies, applications, and data, and can wipe them from a device without touching the device ownerâ€™s personal data.