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Innovative retail processes and new logistics concepts are increasingly being powered by consumer-grade smartphones in the enterprise.

Retail Companies Are Making the Switch to Mobile Inventory Management

Inventory management, powered by rugged smartphones and tablets, can bring great advantages over legacy solutions. Here is why you should consider deploying Android and iOS devices in the warehouse and shopfloor.

iOS updates should be delayed in companies until it is certain that all important applications are working.

No Rush – Why Companies Should Delay Apple iOS Updates

iOS updates offer plenty of new possibilities for iPhones and iPads and are often eagerly awaited. So, it’s hardly surprising that some users want to install the latest updates on their devices immediately. But companies need to be careful. In our blog post, you’ll find out why it’s recommended to delay iOS updates on managed devices and how you can make sure that updates don’t occur until your organization is ready.

Android Enterprise enables secure mobile working

From Android for Work to Android Enterprise: The Evolution of Android Business Features

With Android Enterprise (formerly Android for Work), Google offers comprehensive security and management features that enable companies to securely integrate Android devices into their environment. We look back at the origins of Android’s business features and show how Android Enterprise is making Android devices more and more popular in businesses.

Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2019 – We’re folding again!

After years at a standstill, there is now movement again in the variety of smartphone forms. At the Mobile World Congress 2019, some manufacturers have reapplied themselves to the design of the devices. Read it for yourself!

What is the difference between BYOD and COBO?

Mobility Basics Part III: What’s the Difference Between BYOD and COBO?

Once organizations have decided to allow their employees to work on the go, the question arises of HOW. Are employees to be allowed to use their own devices, or should company-owned devices be purchased? We look at both options and explain the difference between the BYOD and COBO concepts.

The Files app used for managing files and folders on iPhone and iPad

Files App in Focus: How to manage files & folders with iOS devices

Since iOS 11, iPhone and iPad users have a central location on their iOS devices where they can open and manage files: the Files app. iOS smartphones and tablets are therefore equipped with a file management tool that is great for mobile working. Learn more about which functions the Files app offers, and how you can unleash its potential further with Cortado Workplace.

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