Samsung Knox Mobile Enrollment- A Method to Provision Devices on Esper

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Samsung Knox Mobile Enrollment was originally created to address Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) use cases for IT departments. It does a fine job at it, but it does beg the question: is it useful for companies running Samsung-based dedicated device fleets? ICYMI Samsung Knox is a Samsung-specific mobile security platform spanning device to cloud. It ships built into most, but not all, of Samsung’s Android-based smartphones and tablets.

In the previous blog, A Tour of the Many Android Provisioning Options Available on Esper, we discussed the various device enrollment methods. Along with the traditional GMS-based provisioning methods, we also support Google Zero-touch Enrollment (ZTE) and Samsung Knox Mobile Enrollment (KME). This blog will discuss KME and the use case to provision a group of devices using Knox Mobile Enrollment.

What is Samsung Knox?

Samsung Knox, part of the Knox suite, is a combination of a security platform and cloud solution. Knox is an infrastructure…



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