Originally Posted by anqara83
All right Folks, can you take it easy on the tech guy !!
Management thought that it will save us from being liable for user's data in case something happens to the device. Remember these are users' personal Bberries we're activating here.
So any idea how this could be done, if possible ?
Although I don't have an answer to your querry - consider this a free bump to someone who does will pass along, see it and reply - you'll have other issues to deal with with your current deployment.
1. Management needs to console IT in regards to wireless ownership of the BB's. Cause if not, then users can complain that they cannot "forward" and leak out certain critical company information & resources of contacts/etc.
2. It's still IT responsibility to perform backups and records of users activities with regards to email, PIM, and wireless sync performance - usually. That said, depending on how large, and how critical your company is, it may be important to turn on wireless backup. There are countless times and many company's where users have their BB's wipe them (regardless of what is easily read) due to incorrect pw 10x entered, that I've come across. Then complain further that old emails are not retrieved after a Wireless E.A. is completed.