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Re: [londroid] Fwd: [hci4d] Fwd: [ukriders] ODK and Management of 40+ android phones

From: Michael
Sent on: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 9:16 AM
I believe that last year's Google IO talk about Taking Android to Work may help. In it he discusses app distribution and how to configure certain corporate settings and triggers, which may help with logins and security.

Michael



On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 8:15 AM, Yishay Mor <[address removed]> wrote:
any ideas?

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From: Dearden, Andrew M. <[address removed]>

Hi everyone

I got this message through a UK 3rd Sector mailing list today.

Perhaps there are people on this list that could help. In any case, the query raises an important issue for us to think about.

Andy

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Subject: [ukriders] Management of 40+ android phones
Date: Fri, 9 Mar[masked]:14:57 +0000
From: Jon Parsons <[address removed]>
Reply-To: [address removed] <[address removed]>
To: [address removed] <[address removed]>


Hi 

I am working on a project in Guyana where we are enabling 40 local people to record deforestation and other environmental factors using rugged android mobile phones running the Google ODK collect http://opendatakit.org/ application.

I am configuring the phones at the moment and looking to set each phone up with its own goggle account, all the ODK set up and put a tracking and security software on each one such as wheres my droid or mylookout. But both of these applications are on an individual account basis and I am looking for a more corporate solution, and a way I can manage these phones like a company would do with employee mobile phones.

Anyone used corporate mobile phone management software before, on android, and could recommend one.

Cheers

Jon




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