Samsung launching enterprise-ready Galaxy S III in July

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Hmmmm... should I wait for this and cancel my preorder?!?!

Being in the corporate world, this phone would be better than the original.
 

MrSlippery519

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So is this a different phone or a software type encryption...I will be using my SIII on an exchange server so am quite interested as I am getting my pebble blue on the 28th from our corporate contract...
 

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I would only assume this would be beneficial if your company lets you BYOD as stated in the article or to justify replacing or supporting Android on top of BB,Apple, or MS devices, which have historically seen greater adoption in the enterprise.

just b/c it's 'enterprise ready' doesn't mean your company will acutally permit use of it.
 

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My company uses the "Good Server" from Good Technologies. It's basically an app on my side that gives me access to everything my company outlook has, but gives them the ability to wipe the data from the app and remove access if I'm terminated or the phone is lost.
 

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