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blog If you work in the media relations team for a major Australian technology vendor, you’ll know that Delimiter is usually only after one thing and one thing only: Local customer wins and case studies. As a site, Delimiter focuses quite squarely on examples of Australian deployments of new technology, when it comes to the enterprise IT sector.
The reason for this is simple: There are literally tens of thousands of enterprise IT products and services out there, and hundreds of decently sized vendors selling them. It would be impossible to cover them all, and meaningless to try reviewing them.
Consequently, with Delimiter, one of the site’s major focuses is to cover actual deployments of new technology, rather than the products themselves, and to specifically focus on Australian deployments of those technologies. By providing insight into what technologies Australian organisations are deploying, and how, we hope to be of some assistance to readers who work inside those organisations. Knowing what the neighbours are up to is always useful.
Over the past several years, one of the holes in our coverage has been corporate deployment of Android devices.
It is quite apparent that the way Australian enterprises have been using smartphone and other mobile devices has changed markedly over the past few years. If we go back only a few years, it was common to see enterprises dominated by brands such as BlackBerry (on the handset end), and Lenovo, Dell and HP on the laptop end.
The entrance of Apple’s iPhone into the market changed much of this. We’ve seen tonnes of iPhone deployments in Australia, with most of them replacing existing BlackBerry fleets to some extent. And, courtesy of Microsoft’s comprehensive enterprise software stack, we’ve also seen quite a few deployments of Windows Phone 7/8 over the past several years, usually linked to hardware from Nokia. At the same time, we’ve seen many examples of corporate iPad deployments as Apple’s tablet took off in mainstream adoption.
What we haven’t seen as many examples of is corporate Android deployments. Although Google’s baby has become the most popular mobile operating system in the consumer market, and although Android devices are popular on the Bring Your Own Device style of plans which quite a few corporates have implemented, what we haven’t seen many examples of are actual fleet-wide deployments of Android as a standard platform.
To help remedy this situation, today we present three decently sized deployments of Android in the Australian market on Samsung’s hardware, which Samsung has dug up from its archives over the past several years after a little prompting :) Continue…
- Samsung Galaxy S5 hits Australia 11 April
- HTC One (M8) lands in Australia
- Moto X hits Australia … eight months late
- Sony Vaio line exits Australia, local jobs cut
- All Australian telcos to offer Samsung Galaxy S5
- Google Nexus 5: Preview
- Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Review
- Nexus 5 hits Australia from $399
- SAMSUNG ONLY: SBS limits Android IPTV app
- Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Note 10.1, Gear coming to Australia “soon”
- ASUS Fonepad: Review
- Dick Smith moves into David Jones
- Dual-mode LG G2 heading to Optus
- Optus launches dual TD/FDD-LTE handsets:
Samsung Galaxy S4 + mini
- Finally, Foxtel launches full IPTV service
- Parliament opens up to non-BlackBerry smartphones
- Nokia’s supersized Lumia 625 hits Oz;
But does it even matter?
- Vodafone claims fastest 4G speeds
in Sydney and Melbourne
- Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 range hits Australia
- Locked down: Foxtel blocks non-Samsung
Android, jailbroken Apple devices
- Microsoft cuts Surface RT price by $170
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0: Review
- Vodafone gets HD voice
- Samsung Galaxy S4: Review
- Quickflix lets users buy TV shows,
including Game of Thrones
- Defence finally starts certifying Android
- Samsung Chromebook: Review
- Despite Aussie windfall, does Apple profit slide suggest hard times ahead?
- Samsung Galaxy S4 hits Australia, but will it match the S3’s success?
- Samsung skips Exynos CPU for Aussie Galaxy S4′s
- Chromebooks finally land in Australia
- BlackBerry Z10: Review
- Galaxy Note 8.0 lands in April, from $459
- HTC One: Preview
- Sony Xperia Z: Preview
- KONE staff pick Lumia over iPhone, Samsung, HTC
- Samsung ATIV S for Australia in Feb?
- BlackBerry Z10: Preview
- 4G LG Optimus G hits Telstra in March
- Google Nexus 10 tablet: Review
- Kogan Agora smartphone: Preview
- Huawei Ascend D1 Quad: Review
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1: Review
- 4G Samsung Galaxy S III: Review
- 4G Galaxy Note II hits Australia next week
- Telstra launches 4G Lumia 920, HTC 8X on way
- Samsung GALAXY S III: Designed for Humans
- Samsung Galaxy Note II: Preview
- 4G Galaxy S III a “huge battery sucker”
- Samsung ATIV S: Preview
- Why I don’t regret not waiting for the iPhone 5
- iPhone 5 hits Australia next week with 4G
- iHype: Welcome to the iPhone 5 hypno-orgy
- Telstra, Optus launch 4G version of Galaxy S III
- Samsung Series 9 laptop (13″, mid-2012): Review
- Apple win doesn’t apply to Australia: Samsung
- 4G Samsung Galaxy S III is “coming”
- Motorola RAZR V: Review
- Samsung Galaxy S III: Review
- Huawei Ascend P1: Review
- Optus launches Motorola RAZR V
- 40%: Australian enterprise prefers the iPhone
- Optus to release Galaxy Tab 2 10.1?
- No Telstra 4G version for Galaxy S III
- Galaxy S III listed for Telstra, Optus and Vodafone
- HTC One XL on sale: Compatible with Telstra 4G
- Has Telstra delayed HTC One XL launch?
- Samsung Galaxy S III: Preview
- Samsung Omnia W: Review
- Samsung Series 5 Ultra ultrabook: Review
- Telstra to launch Galaxy Note next week
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 4G: Review
- Telstra launches Samsung Galaxy S II 4G
- Samsung Galaxy Note launches in Australia
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7: Review
- Samsung Galaxy Note: Review
- Telstra launches Samsung 4G tablet
- Virgin Australia provides in-flight Galaxy Tabs
- Is a 4G Samsung Galaxy S II coming to Australia?
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1: Review
- Nokia and Samsung lead mobile phone sales as Apple leaps into third place
- Telstra launches next-gen
Samsung Windows phone
- HTC Velocity 4G (Telstra): Review
- Nokia: Lumia 800 hits Australia in March
- Optus releases Galaxy Tab 10.1 pricing
- Samsung beats Apple to take top Aussie mobile spot
- Android tablet growth slows in Australia
- This is what a crate of Galaxy Nexus phones looks like
- Samsung Galaxy Nexus: Review
- Optus releases Galaxy Nexus pricing
- Telstra hints at Galaxy Nexus launch
- Vodafone releases Galaxy Nexus pricing
- Victorious Samsung to launch tablet for Christmas
- 14 Dec: Galaxy Nexus to launch in Australia
- Can we believe the Galaxy Nexus rumour mill?
- Galaxy Tab banned for another week
- Samsung beats Apple: But what does it mean?
- Judge overturns Galaxy Tab sale ban
- Mobicity, Kogan start selling Galaxy Nexus
- Samsung Series 9 laptop: Review
- Motorola RAZR: Review
- New Android army invades telcos, resellers
- iPhone, BlackBerry, Android: A parliamentary headache
- Telcos clam up on iPhone 4S injunction
- Samsung files suit to block Aussie iPhone 4S sales
- Apple wins Samsung Galaxy Tab injunction
- Delving behind the iPhone 4S “demand”
- Apple just lost Australia’s smartphone conch
- A little context, for our big Apple crybaby
- Kogan phone prices: Hundreds of dollars cheaper
- Kogan buckles to Apple Galaxy Tab threat
- Will Samsung try to block iPhone 5 sales in Australia?
- Price cut: Samsung Galaxy S II deals go live
- Samsung files cross claim against Apple in Australia
- Vodafone launches iPhone 4, Galaxy S II sale
- What do Android tablet makers need to do better?
- HTC Sensation: Review
- Android starting to dominate Optus sales
- Apple’s Samsung lawsuit raises wider patent questions
- Apple targeted wrong tablet, says Samsung
- APPLE LAWSUIT:
Cupertino blocks Australian Galaxy Tab launch
- Samsung Galaxy S II review
- Telstra’s “epic” HTC Sensation goes on sale
- We’ve upgraded Samsung’s Galaxy S II, claims Telstra
- It’s on: Android to beat Apple down under this year
- iPhone 5 may rain on Australia’s Android parade
- Sit tight for Australia’s tablet price war
- Samsung’s Galaxy S II hits Optus early June
- Telstra wins Samsung Galaxy Ace
- Flock of ASUS tablets hits Australia
- Chromebooks to hit Australia before Christmas
- LG Optimus 2X hits Harvey Norman
- Holy Galaxy Tab price cut, Batman!
- $408 outright: Telcos discount Galaxy Tab
- Galaxy Tab 10.1 will cost $729 outright
- Nexus S hits Vodafone this Friday
- Sony’s Xperia PLAY to hit Australia Q2
- Vodafone snares Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
- Optus My Tab review: Surprisingly good
- Thodey to deliver Mobile World Congress keynote
- Review: Motorola Milestone 2
- CES 2011: Which tablets and phones will hit Australia?
- Google staff to get free Nexus S handsets
- Samsung Galaxy S owners getting Froyo shortly
- Google Nexus S skips Australia
- Samsung Galaxy Tab Review:
A magical and revolutionary device
- I tried to buy a Samsung Galaxy Tab … but failed
- Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing: What we know
- Windows Phone 7 flood to hit Australia
- Telstra unveils Android tablet
- Dell Streak exposes itself for Optus
- $999 November launch for Samsung Tab on all carriers
- Samsung Tab to reach Australia for Christmas
- Are Australians buying 3D TVs or not?
- Samsung Galaxy S with Optus: Review
- Optus’ new Android top dog: Samsung Galaxy S
- Samsung N220 netbook with Optus 3G: Review
- Two more Android handsets for Australia
- Forget 3DTV … buy an IPTV instead
- Samsung 3D TVs to hit Australia next week
- Samsung e-readers to hit Australia in 2010