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"Samsung Electronics, a global leader in technology, announced today that 43 of its new product and service innovations received CES® 2022 Innovation Awards honors, including four Best of Innovations accolades, from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™. The annual awards program spotlights standout design and engineering across multiple consumer technology product categories.
Samsung’s presence across multiple categories exemplifies its deep heritage developing cross-category innovations that propel the industry and society forward. This year, CTA recognized Samsung Honorees in a range of categories, including Computer Peripherals & Accessories, Computer Hardware & Components, Digital Imaging/Photography, Embedded Technologies, Gaming, Headphones & Personal Audio, Health & Wellness, Home Appliances, Home AV Components & Accessories, Mobile Devices and Accessories, Smart Home, Software and Mobile Apps, Sustainability, Wearable Technologies and Video Displays." -Samsung Newsroom
The S Pen Fold Edition and the Galaxy Z Fold3 5G have some pretty cool features. Including:
S Pen to Text so that you can convert writing to digital text instantly
Write down notes during video calls with you pen
Copy paste between sections with dual screen ease
A calendar which you can write on
Always on the move? Well the Galaxy Z Fold3 5G has you in mind. It can boost your productivity, seamlessly fold and give you more ways to work while you’re on the move.
Do you have one? Planning to buy one? Share your experience and thoughts below.
Samsung just announced the release of it’s new Galaxy Tab A8. It is the most streamlined and
powerful Tab A Series device yet.
In Europe beginning late December, and will be available in other regions including the U.S. in January 2022. For more information, visit SamsungMobilePress.com, news.samsung.com/Galaxy or Samsung.com.
Below is a sneak peek at some of the new features and specs:
Gray, Silver and new a Pink-Gold.
Expanded 10.5-inch screen
16:10 common aspect ratio
Security and Convenience:
Device usage snapshot
Drag & Split
8MP rear camera
5MP front camera
Knox security platform with multi-layer protection
10.5-inch* 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) TFT
Android 11 OS
Octa-Core, 2GHz Processor
3GB RAM with 32GB internal storage /
4GB RAM with 64GB internal storage /
4GB RAM with 128GB internal storage
microSD** up to 1TB
Are you planning to purchase the new Galaxy Tab A8? Discuss or ask your questions below.
With more employees working remotely than ever before, accessing sensitive company information from their mobile devices can expand the potential risk for enterprises. This webinar hosted by Keith Fuentes, VP of Customer Success at Samsung Electronics America, and featuring Chris Sherman, Senior Analyst at Forrester Research, will explain the security risks enterprises face and the need to implement a Zero Trust mobile device strategy. You can check out the webinar here.
Samsung and Discovery use The Galaxy S21 Ultra’s camera to bring you closer to the world’s biggest cat and its fight for survival.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsJ4wAUGoQY&t=2s
More about the Camera:
- Super Steady - Turn on this feature and Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G shoots like an action cam. AI stabilisation eliminates the bumps, delivering gimbal-smooth video when you're on the move.
- Selfie Camera - 40MP
- 108-Megapixel Camera - It captures so much detail, you can pinch in and reveal even more shots within.5. This camera’s quality expresses rich color data for true-to-life details and hues which don't get washed out in the sun.
Do you have a Galaxy S21 Ultra and have you tried it’s camera yet? If so, share your experience so far.
Planning to purchase the Galaxy S21 Ultra? Tell us why you’re planning to buy.
Mobile device management (MDM) is technology that allows users to remotely manage their organization's mobile fleet of devices and empower their workforce to achieve more. You don't have to be a large organization to take advantage and benefit from mobile device management. MDM lets you track, manage, and secure your company's mobile endpoints. Samsung did a webinar covering what MDM can do for your organization, first steps, cost, and overall tips to using MDM. You can check out that webinar right here.
We’re living in the age of hybrid working and a lot of people have found themselves working from home. Making sure that you have the right space and technology to meet your job demands is important. Work from home should be treated just as seriously as your in-office setup. We broke down 6 keys to making sure your home office setup is the best it can be. You can check that out here.
Small businesses IT managers often assume that their security isn’t as critical because the businesses are too small to be noticed. Unfortunately, that’s not the reality and hackers don’t target only large companies. Automated hacking tools cast a wide net and even if it’s accidental, you’re still a target.
Mobile devices like smartphones and tablets come with additional security risks. Here are three of the biggest mobile security threats and our suggested ways to help block them:
1. Malicious apps
The starting defense for this is the app store, and IT managers should make sure that all smartphones are only using a single trusted app store — the one provided by the OS vendor. Hardware vendors such as Samsung also have their own trusted app store for updating their customized apps and tools, so Android phones typically trust two app stores.
2. Device loss or theft
Smartphones are easy to lose. They’re also valuable, which make them targets for theft. You can’t do anything about that, but you can make sure that a lost or stolen device can’t be exploited to grant access to your network.
To ensure that a lost or stolen device stays locked and encrypted, you can use tools like long passwords, biometric authentication and device lock with a short timeout. (All modern smartphone operating systems encrypt data in local storage so that it can’t be accessed without unlocking the device.) Make sure that devices have long unlock PINs (at least 6 to 8 digits) to reduce the chance of someone shoulder-surfing the code. Since most modern smartphones support biometric unlock via fingerprint, retina scan or facial ID, setting a long PIN on a smartphone won’t inconvenience users; biometrics are now used far more than passwords and PINs.
3. Insecure networks
There are different ways to deal with this security risk. The most conservative is to use a virtual private network (VPN) for all traffic, including non-business traffic, and tunnel it back to a known secure location before allowing it onto the general internet. That means that all traffic between the device and the rest of the world is stuffed into an authenticated and encrypted tunnel, so no one can view or modify it along its path. You can run a VPN in your own data server or in the cloud — or you can use a commercial VPN service as a means of hiding and securing your traffic.
I purchase around 8 BE50H-T models for display but having use with app not find TV's. Not find the TV's on iPhone 8 Pro or Samsung Galaxy Tablet. Yes, same WiFi SSID. Both TV app and iPhone/Tablet running app version 1.2.3.
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Oct 19, 2021 at 16:36 UTC
Thanks. Did a factory reset on one of them, but now dice. Still the same issue.
Oct 19, 2021 at 22:44 UTC
So the TV’s have app version 1.2.3., and the Google Play Store and iOS have version 1.4.4. I’m trying to find out how to update the TV’s to the new version. But there isn’t much help out there. Could that be the reason I can't find the TV's?
In 2021, workplace mobility is at an all-time high, with
businesses of all types and sizes learning to operate and even excel in remote
and hybrid work environments.
Organizations have an opportunity to reset their vision for the workplace of the future. We all know it’s not as simple as deciding whether to return to the office or keep working remotely. Employees want greater flexibility, and employers want effective collaboration and productivity. Mobile devices — and more specifically, foldable mobile devices — are making a successful hybrid workplace more attainable by providing a workspace you can open and close on the go with just a quick flip or fold.
As offices reopen with varying capacities and workplace strategies, the adoption of mobile solutions at breakneck speed remains critical to success — and safety. Employees need mobile devices that give them the flexibility to work at home, in the office or somewhere in between, with a full work suite always at the ready.
That’s why Samsung continues to push the pace on how the mobile landscape can — and should — operate. The launch of our two new foldable devices, the Galaxy Z Fold3 5G and Galaxy Z Flip3 5G, is the latest in our effort to unfold new possibilities of work and play.
To read more about how foldable phones can empower your team check out the post here.
I’m Juwan and I’m the new representative for Samsung at Spiceworks. I'm taking over forwho did a wonderful job and has been showing me the ropes. A little about myself: I’m a big gamer, lover of comic books, and I love a good lasagna. If you have any Samsung related questions or need any recommendations, let me know!
Jul 14, 2021 at 16:32 UTC
Hello and welcome to the zoo. Comic Books and lasagna are good but Bacon is better. There is a gaming group here you may want to join.
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I just wanted to take a minute and introduce you all to your new Community Brand Rep for Samsung, Juwan! Juwan will be your new main point of contact for Samsung and I know will be a great resource in the community for all things mobile! Make sure to tag him going forward if you'd like any assistance with Samsung products or any other support you might need!
It's great to have you on the team, Juwan! Looking forward to seeing you in the community :)
Jul 13, 2021 at 20:56 UTC
Jul 13, 2021 at 21:43 UTC
Excited to be here!
As part of this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), Samsung Electronics hosted a virtual Samsung Galaxy session on Thursday where we showcased how the Galaxy ecosystem of connected devices is set to provide people with even greater possibilities for enriching their lifestyles! Samsung also unveiled its vision for the future of smartwatches with new opportunities for both developers and users designed to deliver a new era of smartwatch experiences.
Understanding how device security has never been more important than it is nowadays, and the Samsung security enhancements and innovations have been designed to give users protection and peace of mind in an open and connected world. If you missed the livestream on Thursday, not to worry, you can catch the full replay here!
There’s a reason so many school districts are setting students up with Chromebooks to support remote, hybrid and classroom learning – they’re intuitive and easy to use, and with the right apps they can support students at nearly every grade level. Still, with all that capability, students receiving them for the first time may need some help getting up to speed — not to mention learning some handy tricks and shortcuts.
Whether you’re preparing to deploy Chromebooks in your district, or you already have, here’s a series of kid-hosted how-to videos that you can share with your students. The “Chromebook hacks for the new classroom” videos teach students everything from basic care and navigation, to keyboard shortcuts, touchpad gestures and how to use apps like Google Classroom for doing homework. There’s even some tips for parents!
Check out these tips and tricks on using your new Chromebook in the classroom!
The most powerful Galaxy is coming soon. Join us on April 28 for a Galaxy Unpacked event to hear more about it.
The Unpacked event will be live streamed on here on Samsung Business Insights at at 10 a.m. ET. To stay up to date on news about our most powerful Galaxy, sign up here.
When: April 28, 2021 at 10 a.m. ET
How to watch: Bookmark this page to watch the livestream here
Apr 26, 2021 at 13:33 UTC
Ooohhhh, I cannot wait! :-)
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