Samsung keeps us SAFE from the Unicorn Apocalypse

While the Unicorn Apocalypse sounds absolutely delightful, Samsung are using it to promote the business ready features of the Galaxy S III and Note 2.

While the advert itself pokes a little fun at a couple of Blackberry handsets (“It’s cute”) and an iPhone (“Respect my system”), the main point Samsung are getting across is that the current top tier devices they offer can provide business level security using it’s SAFE technology.

SAFE is Samsung For Enterprise, and it signifies Samsung’s ability to provide smartphones and mobile devices that can be utilised within the enterprise environment. SAFE can provide:

  • On-device AES 256-bit encryption
  • VPN connectivity
  • Advanced Exchange ActiveSync features
  • Multivendor Mobile Device Management support

The ad shows a person watching the basketball while “closing deals with clients” on the Note 2, shows the collaboration features on the same device - how changes made on one device can be seen in real time on another - and how simple it can be to transfer files between devices using Samsung’s S Beam. Imagine high-fiving with a phone in your hand, that’s pretty much what the characters in the clip did.

Although how many of us now want to see if Unicorn Apocalypse can get out of development hell? Just ask Michele Boyd and Alison Haislip!

Source: YouTube

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TechieXP said,
and you're so annoying with your bad observations.

Actually he's dead on the money... Samsung makes it sound like they are the first non-BlackBerry device to equip their phones with enterprise-grade features, when they are in fact one of the LAST out of the gate... And the SGS3 doesn't even have on-the-fly encryption, making setup of that device with security a multiple-hour process.

Samshit can go suck my corporate dick!

im not patched. just because its been patched means ****, this is android we are talking about not everyone just gets updates rolled out, my sgs3 is still on 4.1.2 with no sign of 4.2 at all yet


im on voadafone au and no mention of a patch has been seen

DKAngel said,
im not patched. just because its been patched means ****, this is android we are talking about not everyone just gets updates rolled out, my sgs3 is still on 4.1.2 with no sign of 4.2 at all yet


im on voadafone au and no mention of a patch has been seen

sucks for you. Maybe you're holding it wrong. I received my patch via vzw last week. But I rooted my device and installed it right after it came out.

DKAngel said,
yet there is an exploit out in the while that can root these phones in a bad way, way to go samsung

It has been patched already.

DKAngel said,
yet there is an exploit out in the while that can root these phones in a bad way, way to go samsung
Every version of iOS and OSX have been exploited. I fail to see your point?!