Secusmart, a BlackBerry owned-company has exposed a new high protection tablet at CeBIT, a technology symposium located in Hanover, Germany.
Along with IBM and Samsung, the SecuTABLET is developed based on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and utilizes IBM’s “secure app wrapping technology.”
In a weekend news release, BlackBerry’s Secusmart says “With the new secure tablet for national and international public sector markets and enterprises, data that is subject to special security requirements can be used on the move.”
In December, year 2014, the BlackBerry company attained Secusmart. The Dusseldorf-based company is highly recognized for its proficiency in encryption and anti-eavesdropping technology.
“Personal applications or those that are not additionally secured, such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and WhatsApp, can also be used.”
Community sectors and commercial clients are the SecuTABLET’s target market.
Under the management of Chen, who entered the business in late 2013, the BlackBerry company has been trying to turn its business model away from the customer market.
Chen’s line of attack has centered his attention on strengthening new connection with business clients, as services and software returns start to obscure the funds it makes from handsets.
In the preceding year, Blackberry made known a primary joint venture with Samsung, providing proprietors of Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets the choice of connecting with BlackBerry’s new mobile protection software, acknowledged as BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12.
BlackBerry Limited was known before as Research in Motion Limited. A Canadian telecommunication corporation widely known for its BlackBerry mobiles. Its collaboration with Samsung and IBM is a step in thew right direction for this embattled company. Though it was highly popular before, even the choice of Hilary Clinton, it was not able to come up with mew technologies and have fallen behind its competitors.
It’s now back as one of the products to reckon with and its sales stating to catch up with its competitors.