Android Enterprise Essentials and Everphone promote the digitization of medium-sized businesses

Everphone, device-as-a-service provider from Berlin, becomes one of the first certified resellers of Android Enterprise Essentials.
  • SMEs get Android Enterprise Essentials from certified reseller Everphone

Berlin, June 22, 2021 – New security solution Android Enterprise Essentials particularly user-friendly and cost-effective for small and medium-sized enterprises now available in Germany. Everphone, Device-as-a-Service provider from Berlin, becomes one of the first certified resellers of Android Enterprise Essentials.

The Corona pandemic has shown that even smaller companies cannot avoid equipping their employees* with mobile devices and taking the next step towards digitalization. However, SMEs often lack the IT resources to take care of mobile security and mobile device management. In turn, many endpoint solutions are too complex and also cost-intensive.

The latest offering from Google’s Android team fills this gap, launching Android Enterprise Essentials, a security solution that focuses on basic mobile security and device management functions. It is particularly attractive to small and midsize businesses due to its ease of use and good price.

Everphone, the Device-as-a-Service pioneer, becomes one of the few official resellers with the launch of the Google offering in Germany. From now on, companies that previously found MDM solutions too complex and expensive can use the user-friendly and clear Android Enterprise Essentials. This further rounds out Everphone’s service offering for smaller enterprise smartphone fleets. Smaller businesses in particular benefit from the offering, as there is no internal IT overhead and no additional training required.

“We are pleased to be one of the first official resellers of Android Enterprise Essentials. The management service for company smartphones is very clear and covers all the important security functions that SMEs need. With Android Enterprise Essentials and our Device as a Service, we accompany smaller companies on their way to a digital future in a straightforward way.”

Jan Dzulko, CEO and Founder of Everphone

Some key features of Android Enterprise Essentials at a glance:

  • Security features such as screen lock forcing, Google Play Protect malware protection, encryption forcing to deny unauthorized access to corporate data, among others.
  • Asset/device management via an easy-to-use portal that also enables remote setup.
  • Employees cannot download apps outside the Google Play store, eliminating security risks.
  • The ability to wipe all corporate data from a device if it is lost or stolen (remote wipe).

About Everphone

Everphone is the one-stop solution for corporate smartphones and tablets. As a leading device-as-a-service provider, Everphone handles device procurement, configuration, management, security, and replacement for businesses and organizations. The time this frees up for clients’ IT teams totals two hours per device. DaaS allows companies and their employees to choose their preferred smartphone from manufacturers such as Apple, Samsung, Google, and Fairphone. Everphone currently manages over a quarter million devices for more than a thousand companies, including international management consultancies and several DAX companies.

Founded in 2016 by Jan Dzulko, the company employs around 300 employees in Berlin, Munich, and Miami. Investors include Alleycorp, ApolloCapital, Cadence Growth Capital, signals Venture Capital, and T.Capital.

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