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Blackberry Secure Work Space

Contributor(s): Alyssa Wood

BlackBerry Secure Work Space is an option for BlackBerrry Enterprise Service (BES) 10 that allows administrators to secure and manage non-BlackBerry devices through the BES management console.

Secure Work Space creates a container on an Apple iOS or Google Android OS device to hold personal productivity apps for work. Data in the container is encrypted and remains totally isolated from other apps and data on the end user's device. 

For full control over the devices, administrators can also implement mobile device management (MDM) controls.

See also: application sandboxing  

This was last updated in April 2014

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