Published On: Wed, Nov 1st, 2017

Samsung now offers an Enterprise Edition of a Note 8 for business

The lift to let employees move their possess inclination to work has been underway for some time now — in fact, it’s a large partial of what eventually cursed enterprise-focused hardware companies like BlackBerry. Samsung’s been walking a line for a while as well, rolling out craving facilities like Knox confidence for a consumer handsets, along with accessories like DeX, designed to modify a phones into temporary desktop computers.

The company’s going all in this week with a Note 8 Enterprise Edition. The phone’s flattering most what it sounds like: a standard, unbarred chronicle of a company’s latest phablet, embellished out with a garland of business-focused program underline designed to supplement confidence to supportive information and make it easier for IT to work with.

Here’s Samsung VP Eric McCarty on walking a line between business and personal devices, “Modern enterprises are traffic with a dispute when it comes to their mobile strategies—a lift and lift between what they need of IT to keep organizations secure and productive, and what their employees have come to design when regulating mobile devices.  We call this a IT Paradox…”

The Enterprise Edition was announced progressing this month for South Korea, and is accessible in a States starting this week, for a pricey $994 — that puts it during around $50 some-more than a already dear non-enterprise counterpart. Solving a ‘IT Paradox’ doesn’t come cheap, apparently.

The phone comes installed with Samsung Knox Configure and Samsung Enterprise Firmware Over a Air (E-FOTA) — both exclusive program designed to let a IT dialect configure settings remotely. Otherwise it’s a sincerely customary chronicle of a Note 8, with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.

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