Google has now rolled out their new Zero-touch enrollment for Enterprise which allows for easy setup and deployment of corporate-owned devices and among the list of supported ODM partners is BlackBerry.

  • Fast, easy and secure - Zero‑touch enrollment enables large scale Android deployments across multiple device makers so organizations can mobilize their employees with ease.
  • Simplified device provisioning - Zero-touch enrollment allows IT to deploy corporate-owned devices in bulk without having to manually setup each device. Users just open the box and start using the device with management, apps and configurations all set.
  • Enforced management - IT can enforce management out of the box with the managing app automatically installed on setup. Customers can use their preferred enterprise mobility management provider to set policies and manage apps on the device.

Although the only supported carrier right now is Verizon, Google does have other carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, BT, Softbank and Telstra support coming soon. If you're interested in learning more, you can check out the zero-touch enrollment page Google has set up or their dedicated blog post.

Source: Google Via: ZDNet