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BlackBerry launches Secure Workspace to manage Android, iOS devices
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BlackBerry launches Secure Workspace to manage Android, iOS devices



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Don't own a Blackberry but still want to utilize some of the secure services that come with the robust phone, you are in luck! BlackBerry has launched a service that will allow some of its most important customers to use its products, even when they may not be using its phones.

Called “Secure Work Space,” it lets client IT departments set limits around features such as e-mail, contacts, calendars and Web browsing, to keep it separate from personal data. The service also includes features such as secure document editing and browsing, all through the company’s BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10 platform. Better known as BES 10, the platform gives government and corporate customers more control over managing their employees’ devices.


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