Samsung is recently reported for their plan to compete against Research In Motion (RIM) by penetrating enterprise market. As you might already now, the Canada based company is well-known for their BlackBerry handset, which is very trusted smartphone for any business users around the world. In order to take on BlackBerry, Samsung is plan to release the enterprise version of Galaxy S III. This device will be released under the company’s new Samsung Aproved For Enterprise (SAFE) program. Sadly, we have no idea when it will exactly happen since Samsung remain silent about this news until now. Thanks to The Verge for sharing this information.
The enterprise edition of Samsung Galaxy S III is designed to met the Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) program that mostly used in US offices. If our tipsters are accurate, then the smartphone will feature Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, major VPN support, and Mobile Device Management.
Samsung SAFE is not the first attempt for Android to penetrate enterprise market. Previously, there’s an app called Enterproid Divide. It allow employee to separate their personal and business data in a handset. That’s because they can tag some data with a specific label, so that they IT workers are unable to access them.
The release of Samsung Galaxy S III enterprise edition is not too surprising though. During the launching event that held in Australia, Samsung also showcased some enterprise-related apps that included on the Galaxy S III. It is currently called as Enterprise Security Solutions, which allow users to protect some of their vital business and communication data.
Well, that’s all we can tell you right now guys. If you think that we miss something from our explanation, feel free to contact us via comment box below. We are also welcome any kind of suggestion and critics here.tags: Blackberry, Enterprise, Galaxy S III, release, RIM, SAmsung