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BlackBerry Gains U.S.Government Clearance for Its Enterprise Software

By CIOReview | Thursday, March 27, 2014

FREMONT, CA: BlackBerry , has recently announced that they have received Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 certification (the U.S. government security clearance) for their enterprise software; the U.S government employees can now safely run this software in their Smartphones or tablets, reports Reuters.

Reportedly, the certification adds more reliability to BlackBerry enterprise software and encourages their customers to continue using its services. The company has many software and services like BlackBerry enterprise server to meet the demands of enterprises and government agencies.

BlackBerry enterprise server is blackberry software that connects to collaboration software (MDaemon Messaging Server, Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, Novell GroupWise) on enterprise networks which in turn redirects emails, synchronizes contacts as well as shares information between servers, desktop workstations, and mobile devices.

This enterprise software has several advantages like the ability to access full HTML email, edit attachments, create and respond to meeting invites, view calendar availability. Customers with their BlackBerry smartphones can download, edit, save and email documents stored on their business network or intranet.

To add up, BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express keeps business data separate and secured with rigorous encryption standards and BlackBerry Balance technology.