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Mark Peters : October 13th 2016 - 08:38 CET

Panasonic Compass Android Security and Services


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PanasonicPanasonic Android Management and security services : With the adoption of Android mobile devices in business growing, Panasonic has launched a range of management and security services for its Android-based rugged Toughpad tablets and handheld devices called Compass (Complete Android Services and Security). Panasonic Compass offers businesses everything they need to deploy and manage their rugged Android tablets and handhelds securely. It is designed to give businesses the confidence to take advantage of the flexibility offered by an Android operating system with the reassurance that Panasonic’s devices are business-ready for applications, management and security.
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Android Security and Services
“There are significant opportunities for businesses deploying rugged tablets and handheld devices with Android operating systems,” said Jan Kaempfer, General Manager for Marketing for Panasonic Computer Product Solutions. “The increased flexibility, customisation options and deployment costs can be attractive but businesses are cautious because of a lack of knowledge about Android in the Enterprise and concerns about management and security. With Panasonic Compass we are offering all the flexibility of Android in our market leading, rugged handheld and tablets devices with the confidence of Panasonic tried and tested Enterprise-level applications, management and security. For businesses wishing to embrace Android, we are here to help with Panasonic Compass.”

Panasonic Compass

Panasonic Compass
Panasonic Toughpad currently offers a range of market-leading, Android rugged tablet and handheld devices with 4.7, 5, 7, and 10.1 inch screens. Panasonic Compass will be available from October 6th, 2016 and is an integral element, alongside new ISV and channel programmes, to achieve Panasonic’s aggressive growth target for Android OS rugged tablet sales.




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