Samsung Launches New 'Enterprise Friendly' Smartphones For Corporates

    Samsung's new Galaxy smartphones are more enterprise-friendly, with heightened security measures for business users, the manufacturer said on Monday.

    Samsung Launches New 'Enterprise Friendly' Smartphones For Corporates

    At the official Australian launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, Prasad Gokhale, VP of IT and Mobile at Samsung Electronics Australia, promised the new smartphones would provide better features for Samsung's enterprise users.

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    Other advantages to enterprise customers range from the new lighter and more powerful design, wireless charging and faster charging abilities, with new plugs supplying four or five hrs of battery existence from just ten minutes of charging.

    Samsung Launches New 'Enterprise Friendly' Smartphones For Corporates

    Gokhale claimed an issue with previous models was they neglected to address the needs of enterprise consumers. The smartphones also provide access to Samsung's KNOX Workspace software, which offers multi-layered protection, with two-factor biometric authentication for authorised device access.

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    "We have worked tirelessly with our partners like Microsoft, and MDM suppliers like AirWatch and MobileIron, Blackberry and Oracle, and many more to make sure that our devices are powered by KNOX to provid a great enterprise-grade security solution," said Gokhale.

    Samsung Launches New 'Enterprise Friendly' Smartphones For Corporates

    "The GS6 and GS6 edge smartphones represent a pivotal step for the Galaxy range in evolving the category as a whole, marking a clear shift in how we deliver exceptional smartphones for Australians."

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