While it certainly looks like things are headed downhill for RIM (hopefully Blackberry 10 will turn things around!), there are still those out there who love RIM’s Blackberry devices for its design and its security features and if you’re trying to decide if a Blackberry phone is secure enough for you, would the Pentagon’s endorsement of the device be good enough? While the Pentagon did not exactly give their seal of approval, they did go ahead and give the green light for Blackberry 7 devices to be used agency wide. Blackberry 7 devices approved includes the Bold 9900, 9930, Torch 9810, 9850, 9860 and the Curve 9360. These phones will be used by personnel from the US Army and the Defense Department. For those who enjoy numbers, the Department of Defense’s fiscal 2013 budget has revealed that there are about 250,000 Blackberry devices currently in use, while 5,000 Apple iOS devices and 3,000 Android devices are part of a pilot system.
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