Manage Your Android Devices

Manage Your Android Devices

In this case scenario, the aim is a simple solution to manage Android devices.

Here at TC-IT Services, our aim is to always find the most appropriate and relevant solutions for our customers and clients. Some example requirements is a locked-down tablet with a few apps that are accessible, no browser or access to settings.

The decision was made to go with esper.


It is a straightforward solution that meets our needs.

With their custom launcher, we can really lock down what can be accessed. Subsequently, their launcher will only display our chosen apps. In the setup, we chose the Esper DPC Launcher.

We can also lock down the settings menu and set a pin to it.
Thus we’re left with a locked-down Android device, with a few apps to open and launch.
Additionally, we have enabled a feature that we thought would be very useful for our client, it’s called Geofence.
This feature allows us to create an area where the devices will function. If the devices go outside of this area they are automatically locked.
In conclusion, the picture below shows the device has left the area and is locked, it can only be unlocked by an administrator or by returning to the catchment area.
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Adding An Office 365 Email Account On Android

Adding An Office 365 Email Account On Android

Today we are going to show you how to set up your Office 365 email account on Android. You may find that there are different email apps that come bundled with your phone, but we would recommend using the built-in Gmail app.

Firstly, open the Gmail app on your phone.

Tap the menu icon in the top left corner and select
Settings > Add account > Exchange and Office 365.

Enter your email address and press Next

Enter your password and press Next


Then select OK on the pop-up below if it appears and continue.

If prompted to enter more information, enter the server: and click Next

Next, simply click OK or Activate to allow permissions on your phone.

Lastly, click Allow on the other messages that appear.

Once all done, simply open the Gmail app and start using your email account.

We hope that this has helped you add your Office 365 email account on Android. Here are plenty of other useful guides available on our blog.

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