BlackBerry NFC Security Overview
sponsored by BlackBerry

Near Field Communications (NFC) is a short-range wireless technology that is used in applications required to use 4 centimeters or less to transfer information – allowing users to send/receive signals with a simple tapping motion. This technology is commonly seen in access cards to buildings, or to pay by tapping a credit card at cash registers.

Tune into this webcast to learn about the NFC capabilities of BlackBerry smartphones – giving users the ability to share and exchange information simply by tapping the devices together. Uncover what NFC allows the smartphones to do – from using Bluetooth technologies to sharing documents, pictures, and web content. Learn more about this technology and the security, IT policies, and applications controls that are available on your BlackBerry.

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