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Friday, 13 April 2012 11:33

Blackberry 7 is the most secure Mobile OS

Written by Nick Farrell



Good news at last for RIM


Troubled mobile outfit RIM has some good news at last, having its Blackberry 7 OS named as the world's most compatible and secure mobile OS for enterprise use by Trend Micro. 

Trend named the OS the best for corporates after researchers from Altimeter Group, Bloor Research and Trend Micro found that the corporate-grade security and manageability of the platform makes it the ultimate mobile solution for businesses

The BlackBerry 7 platform’s superior security was a key driver, with it scoring highly in the fields of application security, authentication, device wipe, device firewall and virtualisation as well, Trend said. Tim Hodkinson, Director of Enterprise Marketing for BlackBerry in EMEA, innovations such as BlackBerry Mobile Fusion and BlackBerry Balance, reinforce RIM's strength and expertise in the business market.

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