AT&T made declaration of a service named Toggle that permits enterprise applications to work on any Android phone a user chooses. Simultaneously,Verizon announced the Private Applications Store for Business that allows firms to run in-built or third-party apps on any smartphone or tablet on any network. The pricing has not been yet specified by Verizon.
Along with that, Verizon introduced its Mobile Unified Communications Client to facilitate the connection pf Android smartphones over the Verizon network with a business’ existing telephone system. This will permit Android smartphone users to place calls on the device from their work number, even while out, with the calls routed through the company’s IP PBX system.
The UC Client runs the Droid X, Droid X2, Droid 2, Droid 2 Global, and Droid Pro, all Android phones from Motorola.
The UC Client has collaborated with IP PBX software from leading manufacturers, consisting of Cisco Unified Communications 6.1.4 and above and Avaya Communications Manager 5.2 and above.
In a recent study by Forrester it was found that more workers are using iPhones and Android-based smartphones,and that nearly half of workers are using smartphones that they decide to, not devices issued by their IT departments. Even if an IT store needs a certain phone, workers will still usher in a second of their choices to perform work-related jobs.