If you've ever been curious about how Android is having an impact in the enterprise, a new entry in Google's "Coffee with a Googler" interview series is worth a look. In the interview above, Android for Work Product Manager Janice Wong explains what Android for Work is and ways developers can target their apps for the workplace.
For those unfamiliar with the initiative, Android for Work brings management and security tools to Android so IT administrators can more easily deploy and manage a fleet of devices. Android for Work also introduces the ability for separate work and personal profiles on devices, enabling workers to use their own Android handset while keeping work data secure.
For a quick overview of Android for Work, be sure to check out the interview with Wong in the video above.
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