Originally Posted by John Clark
Why do you want to delete everyone's games? I'm all for policies that promote safety of information, like requiring passwords, etc. but what's the harm in playing a game of BrickBreaker or Sudoku....as long as its not on the clock. And the point of having a BB is so you can work off the clock. Seems only fair and I don't see the harm in playing a game on a BB--Maybe not online Poker but solitaire or the like? Better take the games off WinXP too...
I can appreciate your point of view, however, we don't allow any games on any corporate computers - it is part of our Policies and Procedures. We're launching a new security product where you can view your webcam and security alarm from your portable unit (blackberry, cell phone etc) and because clients will see our blackberries for demos, we need to ensure that no games are on. We do not wish to have the wrong perception going out to our clients and I don't think our executives, board of directors or shareholders would support such a move.
I did recieve a small booklet from my tech support where we get our blackberries from, and there are ways to control the third party software applications. I'm on page 24 of the "BES for MS Exchange Version 4.0" but its still rather vague. I'd love to see an example, but still am having problems because there are several third party software that we need.
If anyone has the same issue, and has any advice, I'd really appreciate it