Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Related Security, iPad Risk Banned in Russia

The Russian government reportedly mempertimbangakan prohibition of the use iPad in government agencies because of security concerns. It was quoted as saying PULSAonline via business.financialpost, a news site based in Russia.

In contrast, the Russian side was even investigating various alternatives as a tablet options include BlackBerry Playbook, Android-based tablet, or even a new device created by an agency in Russia.

Related to that, the Russian government's security experts are reportedly looking for a tablet PC is safer than tablet Apple iPad.

As a result, if the certification is awarded by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology's a reference, the BlackBerry Playbook will probably be the tablets in accordance with the requirements.

Because RIM has recently announced that its flagship tablet PC has received FIPS 140-2 certification. With the certificate has been obtained by the Playbook, it allows the tablet to be used by U.S. government officials.


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