I've seen android devices fail to resolve domain names on corporate networks. Check if you can ping outside IP addresses and such - if so, there's probably a way to force it to use google public DNS, though of course this won't resolve intranet names...
(Also, before you exert too much effort on this, make sure your corporate wifi is worth connecting to. Some wifi networks in offices are crap...).
Originally Posted by Paulita1
AT&T Smart Wi-Fi connection manager is a free app that finds and auto-connects to available hotspots, maximizes battery life by only turning Wi-Fi on & off when needed, logs missed hotspot opportunities for your review and action for subsequent use, and displays your real-time cellular and Wi-Fi data usage.
Maybe I'm just spoiled by living in a place with excellent 4G LTE coverage, but I don't see any appeal in connecting to random hotspots - I've never connected to a hotspot that performed better than the 4G, and I don't come close to the data limits of my plan (This month I'll hit 1GB for the first time, I think, because our connection at home was out yesterday, and I had to tether for me and roommate who work from home). Plus good deal of the hotspots I tried (before I realized this was silly) didn't even have internet behind them. The majority of the attwifi ones around here (in red cambridge, ma) don't work - on default settings, I'd just be walking along, and bam - no connectivity, what happened? Oh, it autoconnected to an attwifi hotspot that didn't have any internet connectivity.