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Old April 12th, 2011, 02:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My gf works for a big financial company and they said phones must be 100% encrypted. I know with some apps like touchdown you can encrypt a few things. Is there any other options out there? I spent alot of time talking her out of getting another iphone and into Android. Help!

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was her phone purchased using a corporate discount--or was it actually given to her by her company?

Google recently released a showcase of Security implementations/features that are going to be/able to be pushed to corporate phones to compete with the security grip that Blackberry allows
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was her phone purchased using a corporate discount--or was it actually given to her by her company?

Google recently released a showcase of Security implementations/features that are going to be/able to be pushed to corporate phones to compete with the security grip that Blackberry allows
she has not purchased the phone yet, her contract is up in a couple weeks. she found this out in a meeting this morning. she will be purchasing it separate from the company.

i saw their apps for business. not sure her company is going to pay $50 per year per user.
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she has not purchased the phone yet, her contract is up in a couple weeks. she found this out in a meeting this morning. she will be purchasing it separate from the company.

i saw their apps for business. not sure her company is going to pay $50 per year per user.
If she is purchasing it seperarate from the company why does it need to be encrypted? If she needs a phone for work the company should be buying her one.
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lol thats a whole nother discussion. its one of their clients who does audits etc that is not allowing it. i heard the droid pro has better security than thunderbolt but she doesnt want the pro!
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