HTC One

More than just a pretty face, the HTC One is business ready and HTCPro certified

HTC has announced that the HTC One is their first HTCPro certified smart phone in the US.This means that the device meets standards that make it ready for the enterprise and a good choice for business customers. Specifically, the HTC One it meets the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 and offers 256-bit encryption. It also includes IPsec VPN for security when accessing corporate networks, and features device management APIs for remote administration from your mail server administrator.

We're not sure just how many of the 5 Million sold are being used for business purposes, but it's nice to know that they can be if that's your thing. For more information about the HTCPro program and the HTC One, visit the source link below.

Source: HTCPro

 
There are 13 comments

jackwagon06 says:

Come on vzw! Get this damn phone already......better yet, get the dual sim variant for business users with your precious LTE......sorry.....

Awake says:

That link does not mean anything, HTC themselves said the ONE is NOT going to Verizon.

Pakbackr says:

I have given up on the idea of vzw getting the One. Turning my sights to the next iPhone!

Jovax says:

if you really want the htc one its coming to Verizon. http://www.phonearena.com/news/HTC-One-coming-to-Verizon_id43321

icebike says:

Hmmm, My HTC ONE X (international) had all those features, even Remote Mail admin, which really mostly only applies to Microsoft Exchange.

The company that I work for have just got this device, so far so good, very impressed, I also think we got the international version as we got an update that other carriers have not sent plus it was ota from HTC, thank you Cincinnati bell

DJxDARIENx says:

T's not going to Verizon, they're getting the DROID DNA 2 (same design as ONE just speced and screen size different although Verizon has the money for both the chances of that happening would be slim knowing that if HTC has another bad selling device it'd but them back majorly. HTC on twitter confirmed that Verizon wasn't going to get it. Unless they magically changed minds in 1-2 days.

Mikey47 says:

Anyone else not surprised that an htc phone is certified by htc's certification?

l00natic71 says:

Like Samsung devices certified by Samsung to be KNOX compliant?

nyc_rock says:

HTC's email client is, IMO, the best of any phone on any platform. Makes a great business phone for that reason alone.

Keith Grefe says:

copying samsung now... this is hilarious.

rampage1979 says:

Samsung fanboy on every article about the HTC one your trashing it get off Samsung's di#k Allready.