FBI plans to bring BlackBerry phones for retirement for the series “Galaxy”




FBI plans to bring BlackBerry phones for retirement for the series “Galaxy”

News reports revealed that the FBI “FBI” to negotiate with the company Samsung to use telephone series “Galaxy” instead of “BlackBerry” phone system communications among staff.

Most used FBI agents currently Blackberry phones; and u.s. Security has about 35,000 employees.

The Reuters news agency that negotiations are still underway between the Federal Bureau of investigation and the South Korean company, FBI spokeswoman declined to disclose details of the negotiations but noted that the Office has not reached a decision yet.

In contrast, the Chief of Legal Affairs for BlackBerry on that report, saying that “the security of mobile devices is more important to the Government, so why will anyone abandon devices that have the highest safety standards,” referring to the phones and BlackBerry platform is safest between devices and other operating platforms.

Android system faces “some security problems, according to experts, the” Samsung “seek to persuade Governments to the contrary that the South Korean company is a major player in the Smartphone market with the Android system.

The Samsung has revealed this year KNOX security service for business, a service that provides personal smart phones to employees so as not to pose a danger to the work environment in institutions and companies.

KNOX service and won the confidence of the u.s. Defense Department, which has approved recently the service relied upon by large companies and Government institutions in securing handsets used by its employees.

The Ministry of defence said KNOX “it is secure enough for Government use and special applications that require a high degree of security and confidentiality match the highest standards of security to be provided by Smartphones.”

And the remarks of the US Department of Defense, the Federal Bureau of investigation, the adoption of mobile phones Samsung Galaxy “instead of” BlackBerry “mobile phones, which would be a blow to the Canadian company.

The BlackBerry phones, sales dropped in the second quarter of 2013, overtaken for the first time Nokia lumia “that rely on Windows phone system.”
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