Connect In Private launches secure BlackBerry email independent from RIM network

Connect In Private Corp (CIP), a developer of the secure
browsing suite, secure email and internet privacy tools, announced the launch
of its new secure email and browsing application for BlackBerry smartphones.

The app gives BlackBerry users an email account and a Web
browser that accesses the Internet from behind CIP’s IP addresses, ensuring
impenetrable, untraceable transactions when the utmost in privacy is required.

The app can also run outside the RIM BlackBerry network,
effectively providing a back-up connection in the event of RIM network outages.

Connect In Private Corp. CEO Bill
Montgomery said that company that deploys our app for all its BlackBerry
users can continue operating during RIM network downtime.

“Every business which relies on BlackBerry and has a
mobile workforce relies on secure, reliable communications and due to the
recent four day RIM service outage in October most businesses are now acutely
aware of their exposure to that risk,” Montgomery added.

Another key benefit to this BlackBerry application is
that when the user closes the app no evidence of their private email or surfing
remains on the smartphone other than saved attachments.

The app doesn’t store any email messages on the device.
Because the user’s most private transactions are untraceable and are instead
stored securely in the cloud, no private data is compromised if a BlackBerry
smartphone is lost, stolen or seized.

This application functions on BlackBerry OS 5, OS 6, and
OS 7 and has been translated to twenty-six (26) languages and can be downloaded
from the CIP Web site.

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