New features in this release

Feature

Description

ability to delete your organization’s data and leave personal data intact

You can delete only your organization’s data on a personal BlackBerry® device and remove the device from the BlackBerry® Enterprise Server. This feature does not delete personal data, so a BlackBerry device user can continue to use their personal device even after the user is no longer a part of your organization.

ability to prevent a user from pasting your organization’s data into personal applications

You can prevent a user from unintentionally compromising your organization’s data by preventing the user from pasting your organization’s data into personal applications. For example, you can prevent a user from copying information from a work email message to a personal email account.

ability to control which applications can access your organization’s data

You can configure which third-party applications and add-on applications developed by Research In Motion® are authorized by your organization to access your organization’s data. This feature makes sure that you can control which applications can access your organization's data and permits personal applications and work applications to coexist on the same device.

ability to prevent a user from forwarding your organization’s data using personal channels

To maintain control over your organization’s data, you can prevent a user from forwarding data using personal channels (for example, the BlackBerry® Internet Service). This feature is designed to make sure that the device can send your organization’s data using a work channel only (for example, a BlackBerry Enterprise Server), and not a personal channel.

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