Android101 Intro to Android for the enterprise, IdoSphere

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This is a presentation I gave during IdoSphere on February 16th, 2011 about introducing Android to the enterprise.

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Android101 Intro to Android for the enterprise, IdoSphere

  1. 1. Android 101 – Introduction to Android in the Enterprise An IdoSphere webinarPresented by: Dennis Heinle Your Logo
  2. 2. Android 101What we will cover in this Webinar What is Android?1 Basics2 Traveler install3 Advanced4 Pitfalls5 Q&A6
  3. 3. What is Android.. and why should you care? • Mobile operating system • Acquired by Google in 2005 • First phone was the T-Mobile G1 in Oct 2008 • Why should you care • People want it! • Shipments are up 1300% since last year • 350,000 new activations a day • Apps in market has tripled in 9 months – 150k • New Tablets; Galaxy Tab, Xoom, Viewpad, etc..
  4. 4. The Basics • Step 1, You need a Gmail account • Problem 1, You need a Gmail account Decide how to manage before If we supply the phone, we supply the gmail account (typically)
  5. 5. The BasicsVersions • Cupcake, Froyo, Honeycomb? • At least Eclair 2.1 • Added MS Activesync 2.5, HTML 5 • Required For traveler support • Froyo 2.2 is preferred • Added policies, JIT, Voice Dialing over BT, Hotspot, Tethering
  6. 6. The BasicsStock vs. Custom • Stock Android aka “Pure Google” • Mostly developer phones; Droid, Nexus 1, Nexus S • Custom UI’s • HTC – Sense • Motorola – Moto Blur • Samsung – Touchwiz
  7. 7. The BasicsApps vs. Widgets • Applications • Show up as a “shortcut” • Widgets • Provide additional functionality
  8. 8. The BasicsGingerbread, Sense and Motoblur
  9. 9. BasicsAndroid Market • Official Market • Tied to your Gmail account • Can return apps! • http://market.android.com • It’s kind of a mess • 3rd Party • Amazon • Appbrain.com
  10. 10. The BasicsContact Management • Accounts • Google • Lotus Notes • Phone • Facebook • They do not copy into each other • You can link them • Facebook to phone, etc. …
  11. 11. The BasicsCalendars • Accounts • Google • Lotus Notes • Facebook • They do not copy into each other • No unified view for Calendars
  12. 12. The BasicsNotifications
  13. 13. Traveler InstallServer • Requirements • Domino 8.5.2 • Traveler 8.5.2.1 is needed for Android • Very Simple • Next, next, next, done.
  14. 14. Traveler InstallPre-Install • Enable “Unknown Sources” • Settings | Security | Applications | Unknown Sources • AT&T does not allow this! • Android Community to the rescue • Side-load wonder machine
  15. 15. Traveler InstallOverview • Two steps process • Install the Lotus Traveler “Installer” • Download and install the “Client”
  16. 16. Traveler Install3 Options for install • Side load Wonder Machine • Download the installer from the LNT server • http://traveler.abcinc.com/servlet/traveler • Email the installer • LotusInstaller.apk located in x:Program FilesIBMLotusDominodatadominohtmltravelerLotusInstaller
  17. 17. Traveler InstallAT&T and Sideloading • Requirements • USB Drivers for your device • Side load Wonder Machine bit.ly/acslwm • Traveler Installer APK • How to install • Plug in Phone • Enable USB Debugging Settings • Found under Applications | Development | USB Debugging • Launch SLWM, Pick Lotusinstaller.apk • Click OK • Downloads and installs the LNT installer.
  18. 18. Traveler InstallLogin and download
  19. 19. Traveler InstallRun the Installer
  20. 20. Traveler InstallLawyers
  21. 21. Traveler InstallDownload and Install
  22. 22. Traveler InstallSecurity Policies
  23. 23. Traveler InstallAll the applications
  24. 24. AdvancedInput Customization • Keyboards • Stock • Vendor UI’s – Sense, etc… • Swype – just drag your finger on the screen • Swiftkey – awesome text prediction • Voice input • Google • Vlingo
  25. 25. AdvancedMultimedia • Nothing like iTunes! • no desktop client • no music store • no video store 3rd party to the rescue • doubleTwist • Winamp • Amazon store
  26. 26. AdvancedGoogle Integration • Google Navigation • Free Turn by Turn directions, updated frequently • Chrome to Phone • chrome extension that sends your current page to phone • Chrome Bookmark Sync • Sync’s via an add-in for Dolphin
  27. 27. AdvancedIBM Applications for Android • Traveler • Email / Calendar / Contacts • Self Service Security • Sametime - 2011 1H • Quickr – on Developerworks • Connections – thru browser with Connections Next
  28. 28. Some Pitfalls
  29. 29. Pitfalls • Can’t change font size – Droid Pro • Traveler – No month view, working on it • Traveler – No lookup by company, working on it • VPN client is terrible • Profiles • Notification Sounds per application • Switching Devices, not like BB
  30. 30. Pitfalls3rd Party to the rescue • General • Juice defender – Battery Optimization • Productivity • Evernote – awesome every platform note taking app • Security • Lookout – Mobile Security • Browser • Dolphin HD – Better Browser • Media • doubleTwist • Backups • Mybackupro
  31. 31. Recommendations • Carrier first • If you have no signal it doesn’t work! • Keyboard • Form Factor • Basically all are black slabs • Screen • 4.3” seems to be the new standard • 3G / 4G
  32. 32. Resources • Androidcentral.com – user forums • Lotus Notes Traveler Wiki •http://www- 10.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/xpViewCategories.xsp?lookupName=Lotus%20Notes %20Traveler&SessionID=CS0VKTAI3A
  33. 33. THANK YOU!Any Questions? Your Logo
  34. 34. Dennis HeinleHow to contact me: •E-mail: dheinle@dinkinctech.com •Twitter: @dheinle •My Blog: http://www.dinkinctech.com The Consultant in your Pocket webcast series: find us at http://consultantinyourpocket.com

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