New Blackberry Balance in Blackberry OS 7 & BES v5.0.3+ | RIM Software Review | IT Gadget

In May 2011, RIM announced its new BlackBerry Balance solution for keeping users’ work and personal data separate on a single BlackBerry smartphone.

Blackberry OS 7 logo

The solution essentially allows work-related data to be stored in such a manner that it is not accessible to apps the user might install for personal use, like Twitter or Facebook. The key features with the installation of Blackberry Balance are:

1) Prevents cut/paste/copy of Work data into personal apps

2) Provides warning when email or calandar invites are sent to non-company contacts

3) Prevents device backup

4) Control & Encrypt work data stored in external memory cards

5) Prevents work apps/data to be accessible

This is the noteworthy addition to BES in v5.0.3 – brand new way for BlackBerry administrators and corporate IT to separate users’ work and personal data on BlackBerrys, to help better manage and secure employee-owned, or employee liable, smartphones.

However, company admins can prevent device backups, to protect potentially sensitive data, and they can control and encrypt work data stored on a media card.

Blackberry Bold Touch
The BB OS 6.1 update that grew too big for its name has just been made official by RIM as BlackBerry 7. One blackberry phone with Blackberry 7 installed is – Blackberry Bold 9900.

Blackberry Bold 9900 Specs:
Display: 2.8-inch capacitive touchscreen, 640 x 480 pixels

Camera: 5 megapixel camera with 720p HD

Operating system: BlackBerry OS 7CPU: 1.2 Ghz CPU

Memory: 768 MB RAM

Memory card: MicroSD  calculate stop up to 32GB

Storage: 8GB of onboard element

Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS, Bluetooth 2.1, NFC stop

Battery: 1230 mAh

Dimensions: 115 x 66 x 10.5 mm

Weight: 130 g

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