GSM, 18 Jun 2012Please correct *Microsoft Exchange not exchance LolI'm not so sure that they weren't right the first time :-)
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2012are you stupid? how can RIM and apple be that safe? they control the apps goes into the phones... moreI too like big touch screen fast phones but let's not compare iPhoney or others to BB when it comes to security. As a corporation you want control over what is installed, to be able to blacklist apps, to be able to remote erase etc. Whit BES it is already there, no need to install agents and rely on user proficiency and responsibility. I am not against "consumerization" of IT, but a messenger feature at crApple and a SAFE logo at Sammy won't cut it
Elvis, 19 Jun 2012Really? F me, no thanks, who the hell still deals with pst's?????Who the hell does what they want? I mean geeze we should all stick to one uniformed thing and only do things that other users approve for us.
Android/ iOS user, 19 Jun 2012Sammy I suggest you better get this SAFE patented. Otherwise Apple will patent it and claim th... moreWho knows, Apple may claim that they already patented it when the 1st IPhone was being conceptualized ;-)
Got It, Love It bye bye BB bye bye Apple nothing compares to this phone :-)
Can I read my laptop outlook archive PST file in S-III? If yes then it is what I want and corporate customer want.
Sammy I suggest you better get this SAFE patented. Otherwise Apple will patent it and claim they invented this function later.
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2012Now how safe & secure.android is ? we all know that those free apps is taking info from ou... moreare you stupid? how can RIM and apple be that safe? they control the apps goes into the phones.. same thing here, normal android has the ability to sideload app, maybe this one you can only download corporate approved app? taking away that sideloading ability and but still maintaining that agility android has..
i think all of you are pathetic with your pessimism that one system can't be made secure..
if this Samsung S3 support full device encryption, including sd card encryption (just like blackberry), I think I'll get it right away.
Prretty smart for Samsung to go for the enterprise market as well. It will succeed as more employees bring their own device from Samsung
In theory regardless which devices and IT department support or don't support, alot of securities breaches are internal staff from memory 70% insider intrusion.
But on the bright, if Samsung will security around their devices, they will have a great future. Now Samsung, bring out the Galaxy Note 2 with 5.5inch HD screen quad core so I can upgrade.
Can you add a complementary Security Software with the Samsung Galaxy S3 or does Samsung agree that even a Security Software cannot prevent a Virus from getting into the phone. Just like computers, eventhough you may have security software on it, Viruses would still come thru.
As mentioned before Android is not a safe product to use for business and Government. Always be of the view your device is not safe and never use it in a critical environment. Do not fall into the trap of all things Google and massive third party spyware out there targeting all things Android because it is so easy to do so. Samsung knows this to be the case. Why do you think they are differentiating with a so called safe product. This means the normal SIII and others are not safe. You are either safe or you are not. Beware of Koreans and Google bearing gifts.
this is very very beautiful and good mobile, I like this mobile,, his camera and the screen clearity is very superb. I wish that it will become worlds best mobile phone. and I aslo want to say that this is the very expensive mob,thts why i cant purchase it, so plz reduce the price of mob,, for to purchase for ordinary man,,,pravin from,, washim,,,,
business people need their phone and it's one of their most important device. but it will be a hassle if they have to carrying a charger with them all the time.
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2012Now how safe & secure.android is ? we all know that those free apps is taking info from ou... morei don't think companies will be giving their employees phones to play angry birds on lol most work phones (believe it or not) are for work, only company that will take a hit from this news is RIM
Corp trust Samsung for software security? Kidding... Not even up to SMB level.