What's new in Android Enterprise

  1. What’s new in Android Enterprise: Lost Mode

    30 October 2023 Lost Mode is a valuable new tool for organizations that need to protect their data and assets. It can help recover lost devices, prevent unauthorized access to data, and even remotely wipe devices if necessary. It does this by disabling access to the device and reporting the device’s location to the IT admins. This can be done remotely, so IT admins can lock and locate company-owned devices. Related articles Lost mode
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  2. What’s new in Android Enterprise: Android Security Paper

    17 October 2023 There are an increasing number of cybersecurity challenges and mobile devices continue to be a popular target for cybercriminals. See the updated Android Security Paper to learn about Android's built-in, proactive security and the latest tools and features that organizations can use to secure their devices and data. You’ll get an in-depth overview of how the open source nature of Android enables best-in-class multi-layered security for consumers and organizations of all types from small to medium businesses to large government agencies. Additionally, it includes information abo…
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  3. What’s new in Android Enterprise: Android 14

    4 October 2023 To meet the diverse needs of a distributed workforce, the release of Android 14 brings a lot of new features to Android Enterprise. The new advanced security and compliance features provide organizations peace of mind while the new Android Work Profile management features improve employee experience and provide more flexibility and control for a variety of use cases. Advanced security & compliance Enhanced PIN security To strengthen device security, employees are encouraged to set a 6-digit PIN as the default length for the device unlock pin. Managed ultra-wideband (UWB) Android…
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  4. What's new in Android Enterprise: UI improvements to the Managed Google Play iFrame

    26 May 2022 In an important step towards improved accessibility and user experience, The Managed Play iframe UI has been updated to follow Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1). This means all UI elements in the iframe will now adjust correctly, based on screen size.
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  5. What's new in Android Enterprise: Android Management Experience deactivation

    22 February 2022 Android Management Experience no longer accepts new company registrations. To try out Android Enterprise, refer to the new Android Enterprise demo. Android Management Experience will be deactivated in May 2022. Previously registered companies can continue to set up and manage devices until Android Management Experience is deactivated.
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  6. What's new in Android Enterprise: Adaptable icon shapes in private web apps

    2 February 2022 Icon shapes will now adapt to the device of the user when creating or modifying a private web app. This means that part of the icon will be masked, so ensure that your icons are formatted following maskable icon guidelines. This change will be rolled out over the next few weeks and will apply to both new web apps and existing web apps that are updated after the roll out. 
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  7. What's new in Android Enterprise: Changes to personal profiles on company owned devices 

    17 November 2021 Changes to personal profiles on company owned devices Apps that were previously installed on a company owned device, but have since been blocked by IT administrators via the personal profile policy, will now be automatically uninstalled from your user's personal profile. 
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  8. What's new in Android Enterprise: Publishing private apps to multiple organizations using the Google Play Custom App Publishing API

    9 November 2021 Publishing private apps to multiple organizations using the Google Play Custom App Publishing API When creating private apps using the Google Play Custom App Publishing API, the API now accepts a list of organizations together with the private app. This means that private apps created using this API can be made available to multiple organizations, without further configuration in the Google Play Console. For more information and examples, see this guide on publishing a private app.
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  9. What's new in Android Enterprise: Improvements to the managed configurations iframe

    4 November 2021 Improvements to the managed configurations iframe The managed configurations iframe has been improved to address new user needs: It is now possible to leave a property unset in a configuration. Previously a property was always set, either to a non-default value or to its default value (for example a boolean property could be set to true or false). With this change, it is you can choose to not set a property (a boolean property can be unset, set to true, or set to false). String properties now support multi-line content. These improvements are available now, directly in your EMM…
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  10. What's new in Android Enterprise: The Art of Control

    21 October 2021 The Art of Control Android Enterprise has made big investments to help businesses manage mobility on their terms, with strong, built-in and proactive security that is proven at scale; a spectrum of capabilities for every business; and effortless, consistent and cost-effective management. Today, we’re sharing a number of new features and updates to help you successfully balance your needs and achieve your mobility goals with Android Enterprise. Expanded support for Zero Trust As more mobile workers access data from remote devices outside of traditional security perimeters, compa…
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  11. What's new in Android Enterprise: May/June 2021

    Android Management API Programmatic enterprise creation You can now create an enterprise in the Android Management API without needing to visit Managed Google Play sign-up page and doesn’t require a Google account. Managed Google Play Simplified and unified private apps publishing The private apps publishing requirements and policies are now standardized across all publishing methods: Google Play Console, Managed Google Play iframe, and Google Play Custom App Publishing API. Regardless of the publishing method used, the following rules apply: Only the app title is required. No additional metad…
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  12. What's new in Android Enterprise: Zero-touch enrollment expanded availability

    14 December 2021 Zero-touch enrollment expanded availability Zero-touch enrollment is now available on Android 9.0+ devices. With this update, recent devices — including Samsung devices — will support zero-touch. If you’re deploying Samsung devices you can now choose between two services: Samsung Knox Mobile Enrollment or zero-touch, depending on your needs and preferences. Learn more about it on our blog post. Availability: Available via zero-touch enrollment resellers. Contact your reseller to begin enrolling new and existing devices. If your current device reseller does not offer zero-touch…
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