BlackBerry needs its tremendous-safe cellular messaging service to be obtainable for any enterprise customers, it doesn’t matter what platform they use. In an interview with The Hindustan Times, BlackBerry exec Sunil Lalwani revealed that BlackBerry has plans to start out providing BBM Protected on each iOS and Android units by the top of this yr and that companies might be in a position subscribe to it for an annual charge of $30 per gadget.
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BlackBerry launched BBM Protected earlier this yr however the corporate stated it might solely be out there at launch for “clients with BBOS units working on BES H″ and “clients with BlackBerry 10 smartphones with gold licenses on BES10 operating EMM regulated Work Space mode solely.”
BBM Protected features simply as BBM does besides it now has an added layer of encryption within the type of a singular encryption key that’s shared solely between a message’s sender and its recipient. Even extra impressively, BlackBerry says that “every message makes use of a brand new random symmetric key for message encryption,” so even when one key will get compromised it doesn’t imply all of your messages will even be uncovered.
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