Enterpoid Separates Work, Personal Data on Android

March 2011
Channel Insider;3/9/2011, p1
The article focuses on the ability of Divide Information Technology (IT) mobile management platform from Enterpoid to separate work and personal data on Android smartphones in the U.S. It mentions the launch of such mobile management platform, with details of its features. It also notes the aim of the company to expand the versions for iOS and Microsoft Windows Phone platforms.


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