Multi-OS Compatibility

Making Multi-OS Deployments Easy

Business mobility is a complicated management challenge. Laptop, Smartphone or tablet? BYOD vs. Corporate liable? iOS, Android or Windows? The permutations and combinations seem endless, and sometimes there is no simple choice. One area of the company may require specialized rugged devices, and another just needs a standard smartphone. Businesses want an EMM solution that is form-factor and OS independent; able to support their requirements for one type of device, or many. SOTI is completely device and operating system agnostic.

No one knows the nitty-gritty details of mobile devices as well as SOTI. Our strong relationships with over 70 hardware manufacturers give us incredible insight into development road maps. We know about new devices and features early, and we make sure that we work with them perfectly when they are released. SOTI runs an in-house device certification program to ensure that new hardware, and operating systems work as expected. SOTI does all the hard work, leaving the easy EMM decisions for the enterprise.

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  • Android Management

    Android is fast becoming a staple in the enterprise, and the go-to operating system (OS) of choice in many business-critical device deployments. However, it can be challenging for companies to fi... Read More

  • Windows Management

    SOTI has been managing Windows mobile devices since they first debuted. We were the first to provide full device management for rugged Windows CE devices, and today we are an industry leader for ... Read More

  • iOS Management

    Many companies rely on Apple iOS devices to empower their mobile workers. When Apple launches new devices and operating systems, end-users are quick to upgrade. Your IT department depends on SOTI... Read More

  • Linux Management image/svg+xml

    Linux is everywhere — in the home, the office, our hospitals, schools and factories. Linux may be everywhere, but until now, Linux mobility management has been largely ignored — and where it does... Read More