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BlackBerry Secure Work Space Safeguards iOS, Android
BlackBerry Secure Work Space Safeguards iOS, Android

 
June 25, 2013 9:23AM
BlackBerry Secures iOS and Android Without Sacrificing the User Experience -- Secure Work Space for iOS and Android extends BES10 capabilities to separate work and personal apps and data on iOS and Android devices
 



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BES10 server software is free to download. Annual client access licenses (CALs) for Secure Work Space are $99 MSRP per year per device and BES10 is also available as a sixty (60) day free trial bundle including 50 EMM Corporate CALs (providing device management for BlackBerry 10, iOS and Android devices) and 50 Secure Work Space CALs. The free trial can be downloaded here.

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