Aging mobile devices are costly and insecure

Using Windows CE 6.0 or Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5?

Microsoft already stopped supporting Windows® Embedded CE 6.0. And on January 14, 2020, they’ll stop supporting Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5, too. That means your devices running these operating systems will not be protected against security threats.

Using an older Android™ OS?

If so, your mobile devices will not have the advantage of added security features in new versions. What to do? Extend the Google security patch window one step ahead of the industry in ways that simple patching cannot.

Choosing the right mobile devices is a critical business decision

The key to making it simple for decision-makers is finding devices that use a unified deployment platform and maintain a steady security update cadence. The solution: Honeywell mobile devices are built on the Mobility Edge platform and are Android Enterprise Recommended (AER). They provide you with a common system-on-module for easy deployment, plus support through Android R and guaranteed security updates to 2028 – beyond Google’s last patch.

Download the Mobile OS Transition white paper to learn more.

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