OK my company's specific IT policy does not wipe new app installations. Not completely anyway. When I had my former Blackberry I installed the GoogleMail GoogleMaps and other apps and they all worked post BES. What got disabled were the camera and other media functions. Period. So that is what I am trying to prevent.
Being new to the Blackberry I am trying to see what could be done. To give a simple parallel example, my former company banned chat programs. They used batches and other methods to target specific programs. So AIM, GTalk etc. However if you simply changed the name of googletalk.exe the program WOULD run post the programmatic action by the company.
I know that is a simple example, but what is the BES actually doing? Disabling the camera program? If so, can another software control be put in place that might work post BES? Or is it disabling hardware programmatically? If so, can anything be done there?
I realize anything that might work could get rooted out as the IT policy is updated/learns.
Please no more lectures/arguments about why/why not. That is a discussion for another thread.