The facts about Google Mobile Services (GMS) in the Enterprise

GMS, what is it? How does it affect Android devices? Do you really need it? Chances are you’re reading this because those are all questions you have been asking yourself (either that or you’re subscribed to our newsletter). Over the next few blogs we aim to look at the history of the Android OS and break down its key areas to see how it compares against other operating systems. In this first part we will look at what GMS is and how it affects Android devices. We will also be looking at the facts about Google Mobile Services (GMS) in the Enterprise to help determine whether or not you really need it.

 

What is GMS?

GMS is short for Google Mobile Services and essentially is all of the Google specific features that you see on Android devices. Google Maps, YouTube and the Play Store are just a few examples of GMS products which you are probably familiar with. GMS also brings in a bunch of integration tools and utilities for developers.

Most modern Android based consumer grade products such as smartphones, tablets and wearables will include GMS. You may have thought that GMS was simply a part of Android and was included as standard, after all Android is also owned by Google. However GMS is actually a separate product and unlike Android is not open source, instead it is closed source software that requires a license. This license requires both the device and its manufacturer to meet strict technical certification and obligations. This is just one of the ways that Google is able to make a profit out of Android.

Most manufacturers realise the value of GMS and include it on their consumer products, realistically a non GMS smartphone in this day would be considered pretty poor. Imagine the limitations of not being able to download apps, watch videos on YouTube and use maps. However there are a number of reasons why non-consumer grade products may benefit without GMS.

A selection of GMS apps and features:

The facts about Google Mobile Services (GMS) in the Enterprise

 

Why would you not want GMS?

As mentioned above the majority of consumer grade Android products will benefit from GMS, there is a few expectations with things like vehicle entertainment systems, television sets and devices that are not connected to the internet as they simply will not utilise the features of GMS. However when we look away from consumer grade products and focus on enterprise/ business use devices the situation is very different.

Without trying to make Google sound like some kind of evil cooperation there are a number of reasons why companies would prefer to keep GMS off of their devices, many of these reasons are around the privacy of data as GMS leaves a “backdoor” for Google into the device.

The facts about Google Mobile Services (GMS) in the Enterprise

GMS Issues for Enterprise customers

  • Privacy & security concerns – GMS periodically connects to Google’s servers, this is part of the user agreement that must be accepted in order to use a GMS enabled device. As you can probably imagine this puts off a lot of companies who do not want their potentially sensitive data being monitored.
  • Forced application and GMS software updates – This process not only uses extra resources (network bandwidth, device performance) but it can also leave apps in unknown state if bugs or issues are present in a newer version. Many companies like to test out updates before releasing them onto their fleet of devices as any issues can cause downtime which in turn leads to lost productivity and ultimately revenue.
  • Built in advertising engine and data profiling – This is again something that business customers want to avoid, it makes sense to collect user data of this sort on consumer devices as the end user may see actually benefits (targeted marketing.etc) However on a business level this is simply adding a unnecessary level data collection that will not benefit the user.
  • Play Store allows easy malware distribution – Many enterprise customers request that the Google Play Store is disable straight away on GMS devices as it allows any malicious applications to easily be downloaded and distributed across their device fleet. Again causing downtime, potentially sensitive data leaks and lost revenue.
  • Preinstalled Bloatware – GMS add 25+ mandatory apps that occupy 60-200 MB of RAM, the majority of which will never be utilised by enterprise customers.
  • Logistics overhead out of box – A GMS device requires additional steps for the initial setup of the device, this not only uses up valuable time but it also requires the user to have a Google account. What makes this even more challenging is the account cannot be shared across multiple devices which then creates a large admin task to setup the companies devices (imagine a fleet of 100+).
  • Mandatory welcome screen on first setup ­– Enterprise customers wanting to use rapid provisioning / staging tools will have to manually interact with every device before being able to proceed, again this creates a particular issue for large fleets.

 

GMS challenges for Enterprise vendors

On top of creating a list of issues for enterprise/ business users GMS also creates some challenges for device vendors and OEM’s. When paired with the above issues that GMS creates many vendors will simply opt out of bringing GMS to their devices. We are now seeing an increase in vendors who release GMS and non-GMS versions of the same device in order to satisfy a larger market, the vendor’s non-GMS versions must still be CTS compliant (see below).

The main challenge for vendors is around the certification and special licences that Google require :

Both the vendor and device must meet Google’s technical requirements and obligations – This can limit how the vendor can manufacturer and offer other devices, in some cases Google may restrict them from releasing a non-GMS version of the same device.

Device must pass compatibility test suite (CTS)

  • This test defines what device must do and must not do.
  • The CTS was not designed for enterprise use as it limits rapid deployments / staging, device management solutions and security.etc.

Limits vendors options for device customisation and market strategy – As covered in the customer limitations, vendors must comply to the Google out of box experience. This limits provisioning for rapid device deployment and creates a larger admin task for company IT departments.

Has a specific privacy policy – The vendor must have a Google ID and agreed for them to gather data and other information from the device.

Finally once a device has passed the above compatibility tests it can then be sent to a Google authorised centre for certification, this process can cost a considerable amount of money.

Can GMS be disabled?

So you’re probably now wondering whether or not GMS can be disabled. The good news is yes, however Google has not made it easy for users to do so.

The OEM is not allowed to add a toggle to disable GMS on the device, instead the customer is required to manually shut down all of the Google services which GMS utilises. This can take a significant amount of time especially when there are multiple devices to deal with.

Is it all bad?

Hopefully this information has helped to outline the facts about Google Mobile Services (GMS) in the Enterprise, clear up any questions that you may have had and help you to decide whether or not you really need GMS when looking for a device. We would like to make it clear that GMS definitely has its place in the Android world, for now at least it just seems better suited to consumer grade devices. However there are obviously a number of instances where enterprise customers may want some of the GMS features:

  • Smaller businesses who are not as concerned about the Google privacy policy, account requirements and advertising.
  • Customers who use one or more applications from the Google Play Store and prefer the ability to download, update and manage their content through GMS.
  • Companies who will not be affected by the manual setup of each device (usually those who have the resources on hand to deal with the initial setup).

 

The facts about Google Mobile Services (GMS) in the Enterprise

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MobileWorxs Adds Unitech Mobile Devices To Its Range

MobileWorxs adds Unitech Mobile Devices to its Range

MobileWorxs Adds Unitech Mobile Devices To Its Range

 

When an enterprise has numerous mission-critical handheld devices deployed across their operation and a technology refresh is needed, a change-over strategy is key to the successful roll-out of new devices to minimise disruptions in the supply chain.

Before this can be done, a deployment plan needs to be in place, which should also include the necessary training to ensure that all mobile workers are familiar with the new technology and competent to hit the road running at the ‘go live’ date. In addition, it’s also important to thoroughly test related software apps and iron out any glitches.

What is imminent in the mobile enterprise industry is the pending end-of-life deadline for Windows Mobile OS in December 2019.  According to MobileWorxs’ MD, Andrew Cahill, many of their customers are considering replacing their aging Microsoft PDA-based devices and migrating to Android across their supply chains.

To meet this increasing demand and provide more market choice, MobileWorxs has added the Unitech range of rugged Android handhelds to their product portfolio, along with the necessary sales and help desk support capabilities. “The Unitech range will be a popular and viable replacement option, as it combines a wide variety of technical options, affordability, quality and reliability in a brand that has established its credibility over 30 years across 25 countries,” he adds.

Paul Johnston, Sales Manager Unitech UK and Ireland says; “We look forward to supplying our range of enterprise mobile computers, rugged handheld PDAs, industrial tablets, RFID readers, barcode scanners, and other mobile devices to MobileWorxs’ customers, whether they are migrating to the Android platform, or looking to install affordable and reliable new technology.”

Key Unitech Mobile Devices

MobileWorxs will initially focus on four scan enabled products, with more devices introduced over time. The Unitech EA500 / EA502 rugged Android Smartphone is a rugged 5” mobile enterprise level computer combining strong features with powerful data collection for a variety of vertical applications within the retail, transport, logistics, and field service sectors.

The Unitech PA730 is an Android rugged handheld computer, built on the fastest growing and most popular mobile platform. This lightweight and pocketable device is versatile enough for a variety of applications in retail, event ticketing, asset tracking, and inventory management.

Next up is the Unitech TB85, an 8″ Android 8.0 device, which can connect to multiple modules, such as a scanner, making it versatile for multiple tasks across many industry sectors. The Unitech PA726 handheld computer is designed to optimise any business and features Android 7.1.2 for the most up-to-date Android experience for many enterprise applications.

Cahill says that they have also included a Unitech EA602 entry level mobile computer with RFID for for quick and accurate vertical applications in warehouse and distribution centre within the retail, transport, logistics, and field service sectors.

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Seuic AUTOID9 Android Handheld

10 Things you Didn’t Know About the Seuic AUTOID9 Android Handheld

10 Things you Didn't Know About the Seuic AUTOID9 Android Handheld

Seuic AUTOID9 Android Handheld Terminal is a classic high performance in premise Android PDA that is used in various industries. The design is based on backlit physical keys and a touch screen which is practical comfortable and easy to operate. AUTOID9 can fully meet the requirements of industrial and warehousing installations for stability and durability.

Unlike consumer grade smartphones AUTOID9 has been designed from the outset as a productivity tool and represents great value when upgrading legacy Windows Mobile PDA deployments.

1. Physical keyboard.

AUTOID9 comes with a back lit physical keyboard allowing easy access of alpha and numeric characters for workers on the move.

2. Capacitive Touch Screen and Visible Display.

4” size Corning Gorilla WVGA capacitive touch screen, suitable for low temperatures. It allows crystal clear visibility and touch-screen-mode use with gloves and wet hands.

3. Portable and Light.

At 270g and 22mm thick it is compact light making and easy to carry.

4. Large Array of Accessories and options.

From carry pouches desk docks battery chargers and bespoke vehicle cradles. Device options include fingerprint recognition and NFC.

5. An ideal solution for Barcode Scanning.

If you need to scan choose from 1D or 1D/2D scanning options using engines from leading OEM’s. Clip on scan handle makes high frequency scanning comfortable and accessible to all staff.

6. Great Wi-Fi Speed and Connectivity and Mobile Device Management.

AUTOID9 supports a variety of connectivity options LAN configurations and device management such as SOTI.

7. Drop and Sealing.

The sealing rating of the AUTOID9 is a high IP67, which makes it tough when facing airborne dust and water. It has also been tested to a 5ft drop onto concrete.

8. Long-lasting Battery Life.

The 4000mAh Li-on battery can provide up to 12 hours of continuous working time and can be easily removed and replaced. Check out the optional dock and charging cradle.

9. Android.

Currently AUTOID9 is on 5.1 to ensure all your current Android apps run, will move to 7.0 in 2019.

10. Great value.

An ideal trade up from your existing Windows Mobile or CE handheld to sustainable Android. Get in touch about trading in your legacy PDA’s and for pricing in your territory.

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10 Facts about the Cruise 1 Rugged Smartphone That Will Amaze you!

10 Facts about the Cruise 1 Rugged Smartphone That Will Amaze you! Calling mobile workers in all marketplaces here are 10 facts about the Cruise 1 Rugged Smartphone logistics, transport, shipping…! Ever wondered how much easier it would be to work with your own personal smartphone? The latest addition to the MobileWorxs array of handheld […]

MobileWorxs add Seuic Android Handheld to Portfolio

MobileWorxs add Seuic Android Handheld to Portfolio

MobileWorxs add Seuic Android Handheld to Portfolio

When an enterprise has numerous mission-critical handheld devices deployed across their operation and a technology refresh is needed a change over strategy is key to a successful roll-out of the new devices so as not to cause disruptions in the supply chain. It is also important to ensure that mobile workers are familiar with the new technology and that any new software apps are thoroughly tested.

Many companies are considering replacing their aging Microsoft PDA based devices and migrating to Android across their supply chains before the Windows Mobile OS end of life deadline at the end of 2019.  MobileWorxs have added the Seuic Rugged Android Handheld and Tablet range to the product portfolio to give users  a viable replacement option that combines affordability, quality and reliability Seuic will be incorporated into our sales support and workshop capabilities.

China has the world’s largest manufacturing, e-commerce and logistics industries, and is also the largest market for barcode and RFID mobile computers. Seuic has high sales volume across 25 countries. As a result, we can benefit from the cost advantages of Seuic’s scalable production and help our users be more productive in their supply chain.

MobileWorxs will initially focus on three products with more to come soon. These include the Seuic Cruise 1, which is a rugged smartphone suitable for field service, delivery and store operations. The Autoid 9, a rugged key-based PDA, will be a great drop-in replacement for legacy Windows mobile users in the general, as well as logistics and manufacturing industries. The Autoid Pad is a small tablet with a horizontal focus across many industry sectors.

MobileWorxs add Seuic Android Handheld to Portfolio

Get in touch to see how we can assist by doing an audit of your Windows Mobile assets and preparing an easy-to-adopt Android migration path that is affordable to deploy across the entire supply chain.

Dealing With Microsoft Windows CE OS End of Life

Dealing With Microsoft Windows CE OS End of Life

One of the most important operating systems that at one time underpinned many enterprise mobility deployments is about to enter the last phase of its life. So how do you go about dealing with Microsoft Windows CE OS End of Life ?

Microsoft Windows CE OS End of Life

Long before iOS and Android Microsoft announced Windows CE in 1996. The OS was designed to operate satisfactorily on the small memory capacities of palm sized devices at the time. Although recognised by many as targeted at hand held computers many platforms ended up using derivatives of CE.

In the enterprise mobility market Windows CE, Windows Mobile, and Pocket PC are often used interchangeably this is in no doubt in part due to their common origin. This practice is not entirely accurate. You can read more about the history of Windows “CE” here.  and Windows “Mobile” here.

Windows CE Legacy

A roll call of key Windows CE based devices used in the enterprise would generate a blog post of epic length. These are three of our favourite devices that were sold in large quantities all across the world into a variety of application areas including Manufacturing T&L and Retail,

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A faltering mobile OS business hurt Microsoft for many years, although popular in the enterprise due to high adoption market appropriate hardware and plentiful development tools. Versions of the OS for phones had been losing market share since 2007.

End of an Era Key Dates

These EoL dates have been trailed by Microsoft for some time.

Windows Embedded CE 6.0 went EoL in June of 2018
June 2019 – Windows Embedded 8.1 Handheld
January 2020 – Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5

So What Comes Next

For many users this will be something to discuss with their software vendor. The coming Microsoft Windows CE OS end of life may make little difference if the devices are working and no major system upgrades are planned. However patch support will cease and as hardware itself becomes EoL and developer resource dries up it will be time to move on to something else.  What that is very much depends on your circumstances, there is no one sized fits all approach. In a straight swap the main options for many sites are clearly Android a traditional rugged tablet on Windows 10 or a Microsoft Surface. Some may consider iOS but it has its drawbacks when it comes to device management.

Microsoft Windows CE OS End of Life Dealing With Microsoft Windows CE OS End of Life

Don’t let the Microsoft Windows CE OS End of Life get the better of your operation. Call us to discuss how we can help you weigh up the options and plan for the future.

How To Manage The Transition From MEAP TO MADP

How To Manage The Transition From MEAP TO MADP

How To Manage The Transition From MEAP TO MADP

 

What is A MADP – Mobile Application Development Platform

MADP refers to an inclusive group of products and services that allow mobile applications for the Enterprise to be developed. Think of MADP as different from the traditional app development tools. Enterprise Mobility generates unique challenges that are different from those faced in the development of consumer mobile solutions.

MEAP to MADP  So what..?

MEAP has been around for a while and can usually be characterised as an interface with existing back end systems to enable data and applications on mobile devices. Whilst popular they were often a jumbled set of “parts” for developers to cobble together with custom code, leading to time-consuming and costly development projects. Headaches teams undertaking B2B enterprise grade app development could do without. In contrast the MADP helps to build a set of common features and services that can be leveraged in mission critical apps for integration to multiple platforms in a “we need it yesterday” business environment.

MADP Platform Selection Essentials

  • Single skill set that client developers can adopt and use.
  • Support for devices to work in network disconnected mode.
  • Make use of dynamic data.
  • Well proven barcode thermal print and GPS support.
  • Built in Mobile Device Management – MDM
  • Desktop console to manage the entire system.
  • Simple to deploy and integrate.

 

Pick a Highly Regarded MADP Supplier

Our partner MobileFrame has been recognized in Gartner’s 2017 Magic Quadrant for Mobile Application Development Platforms MADP

We have been working with MobileFrame for 10 years providing clients with mobile apps tailored to their unique workflow. MobileFrame is a leading code-free mobile application development platform that includes everything a company needs to ensure that their mobility projects run smoothly.  With MobileFrame technology, companies can give their field force the apps they need on the devices they love. Even the most complex applications can be written once and simultaneously deployed to any iOS, Android and Windows based device.

In their sum up Gartner says that, “if you don’t already use a MADP, evaluate and deploy one as a cornerstone product supporting your mobile development strategy, especially if your organization is starting to develop and deploy mobile apps at high volume (for example, more than six apps per year).”

“We’re proud to maintain and build upon a strong and loyal customer base committed to supporting us in identifying areas of core strength and further growth. Our client testimonials speak to MobileFrame’s ability to deliver better time to market and ease of use through our platform”, said Lonny Oswalt, Chief Executive Officer, MobileFrame. 

Read the entire MobileFrame Press Release about this prestigious award.

To receive a complimentary copy of the Gartner Magic Quadrant click here.

How To Manage The Transition From MEAP TO MADP

To learn more get in touch with us to arrange a webinar or meeting about MobileFrame MADP.

How Mobile Devices Capture High Resolution Images

How Mobile Devices Capture High Resolution Images

A smartphone with a 16mp autofocus rear camera, 8mp front camera, and recording in 1080p or UHD 4K is becoming somewhat the norm. This is mainly on the case on the consumer side rather than enterprise, but the enterprise is following suit. A typical old school Windows Mobile MC67 for example has an 8MP rear camera.

Windows Mobile devices are somewhat limited here as the 32mb RAM allowance means large images and videos will probably crash the unit. This is where iOS, Android, Windows 8.1 or 10 for the Enterprise are key.

Giving the end user the ability to capture media in high resolution is a big plus point. Images of completed works, or videos problem areas can be highlighted in detail. But at what cost?

Cost!? Surely a high res image is better than a low res image? Agreed, but what is the cost of transmitting a 16mp image, or a 30 second 1080p video? A 16MP image is roughly 5MB, one visit can require 1-10 images for example. Worst case of 10 images, that is 50MB of data. A 30 second video clip in 1080p is about 210MB (other file types may be increase file size considerably.) UHD 4K would be even bigger.

If the device is 4G compatible uploads speeds are very fast @ 8MBps, 3G considerably slower 0.4MBps, under 3G it becomes a big issue. 4G would take about 30 seconds if a good connection.

210MBps video file / 0.4MBps upload speed = Nearly 9 minutes to upload. That assumes a solid constant connection for the full nine minutes. Driving to/from jobs means the signal will strengthen/weaken or stop altogether.

Why Capture High Resolution Images

The purpose of real-time mobile applications is to receive the results back in real-time, no delays, immediate billing cycles customer records instantly updated etc. If working in large cities with a good 4G presence this may work fine, if uploading images over Wi-Fi only this is also a solution, but not real-time in the majority of cases.

Consider if a 16mp image is actually required. Would a 5mp image suffice? On a PDF report to the customer the image will be scaled down anyway. Smaller file sizes improve the mobile connection speed and increase the probability of real-time communication, as well as greatly reducing the storage requirements on the back-end.

How Mobile Devices Capture High Resolution ImagesGet in touch to book a webinar or meeting about Windows based enterprise mobility devices.

What is Unified Endpoint Management

So What is Unified Endpoint Management

If you could not make it to Facilities Management show in Birmingham today here is the presentation we did with Hannah from SOTI “So What is Unified Endpoint Management”

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Seven Key Enterprise Mobility IT Trends for 2015

Seven Key Enterprise Mobility IT Trends for 2015

Seven Key Enterprise Mobility IT Trends for 2015

Enterprise Mobility is all about increasing productivity and generating a return on investment Vs other demands in the business. Keeping on top of whats hot in the sector can make a huge difference to project performance and longevity. So what do we think will be the seven key enterprise mobility IT trends for 2015 ?

1.Tablets take on Laptops

As users started to use their “entertainment” tablet for work use some thought that Laptops would simply get wiped out and Tablet sales would continue to rise. IDC commented that 2014 saw Tablet sales growth slow year on year to 7.2% from 52.5% in the previous year. It looks like the Tablet replacement cycle may be as long as Laptops – or even longer. The rationale seems to be that once a tablet is found to be good at doing whatever it is doing there is no need to replace it. Although slowing it is expected that Tablet adoption will overtake PC’s in 2015 according to Gartner.

We doubt that laptops are going the way of LaserDisc or fax machine anytime soon. In the enterprise this means more possibilities for remote users to blur the lines between having a rugged PDA for line of business apps Vs a keyboard based device for more white collar productivity tasks. Although not suitable in every scenario we see more people using Tablets or Hybrid devices to replace the main computer in their lives.

2. R.I.P. Windows Embedded 6.5 … again

It has been coming for some time and without question a large number of enterprise mobility deployments ran on Android rather than Windows Embedded 6.5 in 2014. When Motorola Solutions the Gorilla in the sector gets acquired by Zebra it is a good sign that things have changed forever.

There are large numbers of users on this platform especially in the retail supply chain and T&L markets. So plenty of incentive in 2015 if you are a vendor coming from a different part of the market and a real headache for legacy manufacturers defending these accounts. Expect to see heavyweights like Panasonic in more traditionally “hand held” scenarios following the launch of their FZ-E1 and FZ-X1 devices.

3. Android Battles

Gartner says sales of smartphones grew 20 percent in the third quarter of 2014 in emerging markets were flat in Europe and up in the US. Growth is characterised by the continuing rise of Chinese Android brands and the narrowing of the difference in cost between feature phones and low cost smartphones. Gartner expects sales of smartphones to reach @1.9 billion devices world wide in 2014.

Low cost offerings like the Tesco Hudl and a slew of no-name rugged brands come with little or no real “enterprise grade” operational or break fix support. We believe organisations with more users will deploy solutions from major vendors such Samsung who recently launched the Tab Active an IP67 Android based inexpensive rugged tablet.

4. Windows Tablet

What about Microsoft…? Being late has characterised Microsoft in recent years. In the rugged space OEM’s using the embedded 6.5 and desktop Windows OS have taken a beating as many users moved to less costly devices that did not run a Microsoft OS. It finally got its act together with Windows 8.1. We predict more innovative and lower cost designs like the xTablet Flex 8  to beat off the opposition – but it will be tough.

5. Enterprise Mobility Management EMM – Fact or Fiction ?

Without doubt Fact !  In many organisations BYOD has been characterised by not being embraced by IT as fast as it is by employees wanting to access corporate data with their own devices.  Turning the provision of mobility to white and blue collar workers into a competitive asset means aligning what may be formal and informal BYOD arrangements. Using device management as a method in security, application and financial management mobility scenarios is really the only way we see this happening

Carl Rodrigues CEO of SOTI commented  “As global businesses establish and scale their mobility strategies, they can rely on our solution to manage smartphones, tablets and purpose-built mobile devices in addition to PCs, laptops and peripherals, from a singlepane of glass, no matter the operating system”

6. Apps Devices And The Long Tail

What if your SME enterprise does not have access to in house IT or the budget to fund a traditional enterprise mobility project ?

The good news is that many businesses already have competent devices in the form of SmartPhones or Tablets. Plus more line of business apps are deliverable via the cloud on a subscription basis. This will allow businesses to run a project with little up front cost that addresses how to increase internal productivity and deploy it with an excellent ROI.

7. Barcode Scanning Goes Mainstream

Barcode Scanning has been around for decades and is considered to be the founding element of the Internet of Things.  There are plenty of Android and iOS apps to allow your SmartPhone to scan using its camera. This is ok for ad hoc use but when higher frequency scanning is required a sled like the Honeywell Captuvo or separate Bluetooth scanner such as models form Socket are much more ergonomic to use. With the adoption of more SmartPhones and Tablets in the enterprise without integral scanning we anticipate seeing more of these in use next year.

Seven Key Enterprise Mobility IT Trends for 2014

If you supply the coffee we can bring our crystal ball to your office to discuss the seven key enterprise mobility IT trends for 2015 that may impact your project.

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