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The Samsung Galaxy S III is now SAFE for American Enterprises

The latest bazooka from Samsung- the Samsung Galaxy S III is all set to hit the American markets and Samsung has made sure it’s SAFE too. Having already knocked and out-witted Apple, Samsung is all set to lock horns with Research in Motion and out-charm the business-class as well.

SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprises) is a standard that addresses the security concerns of regulated industries keeping in mind Android fragmentation. The out-of-the-box Galaxy S III would support a full-suite of enterprise-ready features and support for over 338 IT policies. These include 256 bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard), Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, Virtual Private Network support and other MDM (Mobile Device Management) solutions.

Colleagues would be able to share documents, presentations or videos using AllShare Play and MDM solutions would allow users to share contact and meeting information. Moreover features like Intelligent Display and Motion allow you to focus on your job and intuitively place direct calls and manage the screen. Moreover, with Samsung TecTiles, which supports NFC programmable tags and mobile application, small and large business owners can now transform their business.

Samsung also announced a SAFE2SWITCH Prosumer / Enterprise Trade-In Program, which supports transition to Samsung SAFE devices from Samsung devices or even smartphones from other manufacturers.

In the words of Mr Tim Wagner, “The Galaxy S III effectively defragments Android to provide a more sophisticated level of IT compliance to individuals who crave for better security when it comes to their personal or professional life”.

While some enterprises still feel that Android might be deadbeat when it comes to high-end security, Samsung believes it has left no stone unturned in delivering top-notch security features in the new Galaxy S III. Plans are on to roll this update on other devices as well, but right now Samsung is focused on marketing its flagship device- Galaxy S III.

“It’s now safe to say, that the next best thing in enterprise is here” – Tim Wagner

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