Google has bought Divide, a startup that secures smartphones to make them enterprise-friendly. It uses containers, a concept that should not sound unfamiliar around these parts thanks to the likes of Samsung KNOX. The approach separates a user’s personal data from work-related files, effectively isolating them from one another on the same device. Google’s purchase could imply a desire to tighten up Android’s security out of the box and better attract the interest of enterprise customers.
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Google Buys Mobile Enterprise Security Company Divide, Probably For Knox-Esque Functionality was written by the awesome team at Android Police.