November 13, 2014
The South Korean company leader in consumer technology, Samsung, continues to bet in a special way on proprietary software, all that “added” on Android that is commonly called “bloatware”. Not only in forms of software that provide functionalities that differentiate their products from the competition, but also because of a solid security suite structured on the KNOX platform, which was released just a generation ago in the Samsung Galaxy S range.
In this field, that of security, and specifically the KNOX security suite, Samsung wanted to rely on Blackberry’s experience to encrypt the data on its Android smartphones and tablets. And it is that, although Blackberry now roams the telephony sector as if it had always been a ghost, in the business field it has demonstrated its reliability with different software solutions in which, above all, security and care of the privacy of your customers.
via Samsung rescues Blackberry to make Android more secure.
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