SAMSUNG has been pushing to make a name for itself in the enterprise market for a while now, and it's looking to further its chances with the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 tablet.
The Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 tablet, along with its and 8.4in and 12.2in siblings, has been designed to offer businesses a variety of security and productivity services previously unseen in the Android ecosystem.
Key additions to the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1's business portfolio include Samsung's latest Knox security service and Magazine UX skin. Knox offers IT managers a variety of security and management powers, including the ability to set up a separate work area on the tablet. The sandboxed work area is password protected and encrypts any information or files stored on it.
Magazine UX replaces Android's native home screen with a tiled push update service similar to HTC's Blinkfeed. The feature intelligently pushes updates from approved news outlets and productivity services, like calendar and email, to the user.
Check back soon for our full Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 review. µ
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