It's not just IT departments the world over that've adjusted to the burgeoning BYOD (bring your own device) movement, it's Google, too. Responding to the increase in Android handsets now used in the enterprise space, Mountain View's announced the availability of a private Play store channel meant solely for internal apps. To take advantage of this, your corporate overlords will first have to be registered as an Apps for Business, Education or Government administrator, after which they can create a separate channel to host and manage any proprietary applications. On the employee end, a linked corporate email account is all that's required to gain access to this secured area, making the entire affair a breeze to use. And with that, RIM's biz-focused BlackBerry platform takes yet another hit. Click on to the source below for the finer details.
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