We’ve been already telling you about Samsung’s SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprise) program, which is made to reassure enterprises Samsung devices are secure enough to be used in the corporate environment. Of course, the hot new Galaxy S III is joining this list and readying to fit into existing BYOD (bring your own device) policies.
SAFE-sealed Galaxy S III will come with support for AES-256 bit encryption, VPN and Mobile Device Management functionality, 338 IT Policies as well as enhanced support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and mobile virtualization technology.
There’s also a new program launching to get more users to buy the Galaxy S III. Dubbed SAFE2SWITCH, it hopes to get users of rival devices to trade in their handset for a Galaxy S III. The scheme will be open to both corporate customers and customers, though at the moment we don’t know when it will be available. It’s kinda fair to guess that will happen at a time when Sammy’s superphone hits the U.S. shores. We’ll see…