21 Oct '11, 3am

The ET1 speaks enterprise by @joashweecikai

The ET1 speaks enterprise by @joashweecikai

As an enterprise device, security is always the number one issue. Even more so if you are dealing with customer information such as credit cards, and the ET1 is able to process card payments on the spot. More than security, enterprises are looking at the investment value into a system, be it hardware or software. And Motorola Solutions understands this concern. The device uses a 256-bit AES Encryption File system with a centralized key management to encrypt all data on the tablet. The beauty of this device is that it supports multi-user login and provisioning. Meaning that, unlike a consumer tablet which allows only a single user account, the ET1 is built to cater to enterprise needs of many users sharing a single tablet, each with their various levels of authorizations. So a sales manager can have access to a different set of applications as compared to a inventory staff.

Full article: http://e27.sg/2011/10/21/the-et1-speaks-enterprise/


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