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BlackBerry, Samsung Get Pentagon Nod Of Approval
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5/27/2013 | 9:42:54 PM
re: BlackBerry, Samsung Get Pentagon Nod Of Approval
I am surprised that
AppleG«÷s iPhone was not the first on the list. I have to say that even if this
was and expected approval it is still a great achievement for both Blackberry
and Samsung. This should increase sales significantly with both companies just for
the approval and being the only approved mobile devices. This is a huge
breakthrough for the security aspects of both companies and the way that they
are designed specifically for enterprise use.

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