I've used both MEmu and Bluestacks. MEmu was a bit faster and was less pushy about advertising. Bluestacks is more widely recognized and supported though. I didn't play much with keymaps and other features when I was using MEmu more heavily, but Bluestacks seems to have more of that.
$250 seems pretty cheap for such a use... you expect what - 5 years out of it, so $50/year... seems reasonable.
It is. But taking 5 minutes to post a discussion was well worth it. I’ll buy an Acer also and see how it works comparatively.
Actually, depending on the possible cost savings, maybe not. If you buy two and compare them, that billable time could eat much of that savings. - Could, no idea if it will or not. Though I'll agree the post just for info sake was likely worthwhile.
$250 vs $150 is significant. I'm not talking single quantity.
While an MDM can limit what apps are allowed (or not allowed) the most simple usage is to tag company owned data.
This way if someone leaves the company with their personal cellphone, the MDM policy can wipe out anything tagged as company property.
@JaredBusch thanks for clarifying the point, that this policy is under the security settings. The app is moot to the policy being there or not if one exists at all.
To clarify further, there were no MDM policies set under Device Admin outside of what O365 already applies. I did remove that but that caused it to log out of the account/remove it and when I reconnected things, the problem went away as I anticipated. Still was curious as to why it was happening though. My best guess is what I previously mentioned about him connecting to an open hotspot and it causing the issue.