OptioCore: Super-Secure Android Wants To Invade The Enterprise

OptioCore: Super-Secure Android Wants To Invade The Enterprise

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OptioLabs has just released OptioCore, a secure version of Android, to handset manufacturers. It's pretty cool, but does it mean Android is ready for the enterprise? From a security standpoint, Android has always been a case of untapped potential. The Two Sides Of Android Security On one hand, it's an...
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