Smartphone security apps

dblacharski

Are there reputable security applications out there for BlackBerry, Android, and iPhone that will protect my business emails, chats, and other communications? Everybody's using smartphones for business email, but is it safe?

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jimlynch
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Hi dblacharski,

It's hard to cover specific apps for each platform. I suggest checking the app store for each of them and seeing what you can find.

However, there are some ways you can help protect yourself and avoid potential security problems.

Here are a couple of articles that will get you started:

Top 10 Smartphone Security Tips
http://www.cioupdate.com/trends/article.php/3924241/Top-10-Smartphone-Se...

Smartphone Security Best Practices: Five Tips
http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/mowi/article.php/3881096/Smartphone-Sec...

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