BlackBerry’s are great tools, however, I know so many of you have TWO phones. One that the company issues and one that you buy, so you can ensure your personal life is separate from your corporate life.
CIO Insight writes: In two months’ time, RIM plans to introduce a software called BlackBerry Balance that will enable IT departments to securely separate a user’s business-related e-mail, sent through the BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES), from the user’s personal social networking information and photographs, Reuters reported Jan. 23.
This change is not revolutionary, but it is one of those small changes that can mean big things for thousands of users.
As more of your employees use social media, have photos of last night’s party and chat sessions with those outside the office, we might want to make it easier for our employees to keep their personal data, personal and their professional data (which we business owners are concerned about) separate and segmented.
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