Norma Ochoa

Esper Pay Practices support DEIB Initiatives

In the words of the Wu-Tang Clan, “Cash rules everything around me!” So, let’s talk about money! Here at Esper, we are continually evolving how we take care of our employees’ total rewards, which encompasses salaries, benefits, and perks. Last August, we implemented our first Performance Review and Goal Setting cycle. The goal of this …

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Android 12L deep dive: Every change, thoroughly documented

Google recently introduced Android 12L to the public, and it’s the first major update aimed at large screen devices since the short-lived Android 3.0 Honeycomb release in 2011. Android has matured quite significantly in the last decade, and although Android tablets have not caught up to the iPad in terms of market share, their popularity …

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BusRight chooses Esper to bring yellow bus logistics out of the digital dark ages

The nation’s most extensive mass transportation system is often taken for granted, but with 26,000,000 kids riding to and from school each day, the school bus industry is both the largest and arguably the most essential transit system in operation today. And BusRight’s founder and CEO, Keith Corso, thinks school transportation has been underserved and …

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Android 12 ultimate compatibility guide — all the changes for enterprise and device makers

Google typically releases a new version of its Android operating system in Fall of each year. This year saw the release of Android 12, Google’s most visually impressive and feature-rich Android update since 2014. After releasing the source code, Google also shared the new compatibility requirements that device makers must meet in order to distribute …

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Android 12L unveiled: The feature update for foldables and tablets

The open-source Android operating system is under continuous development, with Google contributing the majority of new code to the platform, most of which is kept private until Google is ready to launch a new version of the OS. Earlier this month, Google uploaded the source code of Android 12 to AOSP, marking the official launch …

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Here’s how the Lenovo K10 will transform your business

Shopping for a capable, affordable tablet when you’re a consumer is hard enough, but when you’re a business, that challenge gets cranked up to 11. Frequently, we see teams in a sticky situation when choosing a dedicated device for their fleet: Either accept a poor user experience on extremely inexpensive, generic Android reference hardware, or …

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Five changes in Android 12 dedicated device fleets need to prepare for

The stable version of Android 12 is available now. Staying true to the personalization experience that Android has always offered — allowing you to choose the right device and service — Android 12 comes with a major UI transformation. Along with the major interface changes, there are some lesser-known improvements that the developers need to …

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Why Android is the Goldilocks standard for dedicated device fleets

When choosing a platform to deploy, manage, and support your fleet of edge devices, you have a lot of factors to consider. But we all know that cost, ease of use, security, and scalability are among the top-level concerns for any organization serious about dedicated devices in the field. Your team needs to be able …

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