For years RIM has flogged its Blackberry's to business on the basis that it was more secure because it went across an encrypted network. Now it looks like the Galaxy S IIIs will sport the company's SAFE (Samsung Approved For Enterprise) branding in an attempt to ingratiate their shiny new Android handset with business types and IT admins.
The enterprise-friendly versions of the toys will find their way to all five of the carriers that will sell the Galaxy S III in the US. There is no word if they will be seen in the EU yet.
The AES-256 encryption, Exchange ActiveSync, VPN capabilities, and "support for 338 IT policies" should make the phones more useful for enterprises. This is the last refuge point for the troubled RIM.
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Samsung kicks Blackberry in the securities
It no longer is the fruit of choice