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Secure legal network with BlackBerry devices
06 June, 2013
Law company equips its employees with BlackBerry 10 devices and enterprise server for secure communications
FIPS certification for BlackBerry 10
09 November, 2012
BlackBerry certification to FIPS 140-2 opens up US government agency and regulated industry markets for the range of smart phones
Remote BlackBerry Control Includes Data Backup and Wipe
14 July, 2010
Lost or stolen BlackBerry smart phones can be locked, wiped, located and have their data backed up using the new BlackBerry Protect application from Research in Motion
Secure BlackBerry Synchronisation to MS Exchange and Small Business Server
02 March, 2010
BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express is a free tool for secure wireless synchronization of smart phones to Microsoft server platforms
Secure Blackberry Integration With Microsoft Exchange Server
17 February, 2010
BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express is a free solution for companies requiring secure synchronisation between corporate smart phone devices and Microsoft's Windows Small Business Server or Exchange
Smart card reader for BlackBerry devices
18 August, 2009
Multi-factor authentication available for accessing computer systems and smartphones using the BlackBerry Smart Card Reader from Research In Motion