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Friday, July 22, 2011

BlackBerry Playbook is the first tablet with U.S. federal certification

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ShoutBloger: BlackBerry Playbook into a first tablet to get certification as a sign of safe use by all U.S. federal agencies.

A seven inch tablet made by Research In Motion (RIM) has just received Federal Information Processing Standard certification submitted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Thus was launched the Straits Times on Friday July 22, 2011.

Under the laws of the U.S. information security management, which was passed shortly after the Sept. 11 attacks, all of the computers used by the government must obtain federal certification standards.

This certification illustrates RIM commitment to meet the needs of organizations that need guaranteed security, said Scott Totzke of the security division at RIM.

It also allows U.S. federal agencies to purchase this device with confidence because BlackBerry Playbook qualifies them to protect sensitive information, said Totzke.

Playbook is hoping to be the answer to RIM over Apple dominance (iPad) and Android devices have been sold in the U.S. and Canada since mid April.

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