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Blackberry 10 Device Lockdown?

Posted on 2014-03-11
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I have the new Q5 and Bes10 server.

Some of the device policies aren't applying, e.g camera etc.

However after using maas360 and locking down our devices, the blackberry 10 system is nowhere near as secure.

Is it possible to lock down the q5 device personal area (even remove it) and lock down applications?

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Rodney Barnhardt earned 500 total points
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No it is not. They designed this in part to battle the personal devices such as Android and iPhones. The Blackberry server is designed to manage the "work" area, leaving the personal area open to the users being able to load their own applications, etc. The two zones cannot "cross share" data unless it is allowed through the IT policy. The only way to have just one zone is to not activate it on a Blackberry server. This is all by design.
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i like full lockdown.
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