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Siemens SK65 Blackberry Unlocked GSM QWERTY BLUETOOTH PDA PHONE - $75 (Santa Monica)

Siemens SK65 Blackberry Unlocked GSM QWERTY BLUETOOTH PDA PHONE
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    • Price:$75
    • Address:Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90403 (map)
    • Date Posted:09/06/14
    • Make:Other
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    • The Siemens SK65 marks a turnaround in mobile communication habits. With the availability of a full size keyboard and instant email reception thanks to BlackBerry ® technology, your business now takes place wherever you are and whenever you want it to.

      As long as you have this superior communication device with you, you immediately receive all emails that are sent to you. Instead of having to logon manually and “pulling” newly arrived emails from a server, BlackBerry Built-In™ email functionality sends all incoming mails directly to your SK65. To save you even more time, your replies as well as deleted emails are instantly synchronized with your private or business email accounts. Important appointments and other business-related information can also be exchanged directly using BlackBerry Built-In ™ technology.

      Various variants of the phone are available to perfectly suit your mobile office needs. You can choose from a basic version, where you have to download emails manually, a version that incorporates BlackBerry Built-In™ for seamless push-through of emails, and a corporate version that lets you connect fully secured right to the server architecture of your enterprise and access corporate data and applications beyond email (e.g., intranet sites or the company adressbook).

      To make your mobile business even more convenient and time-saving, the SK65 features a full size keyboard. Now you can type emails and text-messages just as fast on your mobile phone as on your PC. The x2type (cross-to-type) full size keyboard is revealed by turning the two halves of the phone. Just one move of your hand transforms your cellular phone into a PC-like mobile office.

      Besides these groundbreaking features, the Siemens SK65 is a business phone that leaves no expectations unfulfilled. Its large TFT 65,536 color display will open your eyes to brilliant clarity. Bluetooth ® wireless technology allows for fast data transfer without the need for cables or wires. A built-in loudspeaker enables hands-free talking. And tri-band functionality lets you take your business with you to all five continents.

      Take your office into your own hands with this supreme business solution made by Siemens.

      Security on the move

      The more mobile devices are used to access critical enterprise applications, the more important it becomes to slot them seamlessly into the company's global security strategy.

      More and more mobile staff are using notebooks, PDAs and, increasingly, smart phones too as their points of access to business-critical applications. Wherever there is a need to process sensitive business data, however, there is a corresponding need to protect the devices themselves, communication with the corporate network, and the systems and access points in the local network. The authors of viruses have long since trained their sights on PDAs and smart phones; and the number of unprotected WLANs is an open secret. On top of all this come the issues of potential theft and loss.

      Exhaustive protection and security measures are imperative in order to ward off these threats. It is not enough merely to safeguard pieces of equipment and protect access to the corporate network: Organizational measures are also needed. The META Group, for example, recommends that mobility policies governing the use of notebooks, WLANs, PDAs and mobile phones be introduced and communicated prior to roll-out. Further, META advises companies to set up a center of excellence (with the involvement of the security officer) to coordinate and handle all moves to integrate mobile devices and users.

      Standardization simplifies security management

      The crucial thing is to identify which mobile devices and communication channels are at all suitable for accessing the corporate network. The fewer mobile platforms and technologies that have to be supported, the more efficient the protection that can be provided. Ideally, a standard model should be defined that admits exactly one release of the system and application software in each approved device category. Corporate IT should then configure this system – based on the principle of granting as few access rights as necessary.

      Securing equipment

      Just in case a mobile device should ever fall into the wrong hands, it is important to define a set of precise rules stating who is to be informed immediately, for example. In addition, powerful encryption is required wherever local data has to be temporarily buffered on a mobile device.

      Safe access

      In many cases, the task of safeguarding access points to the corporate network and the process of accessing the corporate network is far more complex than merely protecting the mobile devices themselves. "Without a VPN you can basically forget it," says Dr. Roger Friedrich Klahold, Chief Technology Officer of the Service Factory at Siemens Business Services (SBS). Klahold himself equipped over 1000 field service staff with a GPRS smart phone-based mobile solution developed by SMS in collaboration with Siemens Communications. The IT expert draws a clear distinction between access to core applications on the network and optional applications that only necessitate Internet access. Access to SBS' internal network is handled via a separate access point name (APN) stationed with the provider. On the other hand, a second APN is used to set up a VPN between the device itself and a separate VPN gateway on the periphery of the SBS network to handle Internet access. A RADIUS server ensures reliable authentication. "That way, we can be sure that mobile staff are protected by our corporate security measures every time they access the Internet," Klahold explains.

      Updates and patches

      Mobile staff are often pressed for time. Accordingly, they also need centrally governed update mechanisms that either upload new releases automatically or make them available for download.

      Network frequency Triple Band EGSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
      Voice encoding EFR, HR, FR, AMR
      SIM card SIM Plug-in (3V/1,8), SAT class 3
      SIM Application Toolkit yes, class 3
      Technical Specifications
      Antenna integrated
      Weight 144 g
      Volume 115 cm³
      Dimensions (L x W x H) 120 x 47 x 22 mm
      Colour variant (availability may vary by country) black silver
      Improved water, shock & dust resistance no
      Standard battery Li-Ion 750 mAh
      Stand-by time 2) (with standard battery) up to 250 h
      Talk time 2) (with standard battery) up to 300 min
      Charging time < 2 h for 100%
      2) subject to local and network conditions
      Display 2.05'' TFT, 132 x 176 pixels, 64 k colors
      Date and time in display yes
      Standard Features
      Reminder list yes
      Alarm function yes
      Stopwatch yes
      Countdown timer yes
      Currency converter yes, unit converter
      Calculator yes
      SMS (Short Message Service) SMS MT, SMS MO, concatenated SMS, SMS to group
      Intelligent Typing (T9) yes
      Picture Messaging MMS
      Enhanced Message Service (EMS) yes
      Redial list yes
      List of calls received / missed yes
      Date and time stamp for missed calls yes
      User profiles yes
      Softkey programmable yes
      Call wait / call hold yes
      Conference call yes
      Call forward yes
      Display call timer and cost only call timer
      Keypad lock yes
      Silent Alert (vibration) yes
      Calling Line Identification (CLI) yes
      Call filter yes
      Special Features
      Bluetooth® yes
      Multi Media Messaging yes, Rel. 4
      Camera no
      Voice Dial / Voice Command no
      Handsfree talking yes
      Calling Faces yes
      Calling Symbols yes
      Java™ applications yes, Java MIDP 2.0 CDLC 1.1
      Screensaver yes
      Video/Audio playback
      Video supported formats MPEG 4, H.263 (replay)
      Audio supported formats MIDI, SPMIDI, WAV
      Integrated Software
      Mobile Internet Access WAP 2.0
      Address book yes, up to 2000 entries
      Telephone book in the phone see address book
      Telephone book (SIM card) up to 250 entries
      Digital voice recording yes
      Organizer incl. calendar, tasks and notes
      E-mail client POP3, IMAP4, SMTP
      Microsoft Outlook™ synchronization yes
      Built-in data and fax modem yes
      High Speed Data Transfer GPRS multislot class 10, up to 53.6 kbps
      Data exchange with PC SyncML, XTND Connect via serial/USB and IrDA, BT
      Infrared interface (IrDA) yes
      Fun and Function
      Ringing tones / ringer melodies 40 cords, MIDI, SP MIDI, WAV
      Games yes
      standard SK65 handset, Li-Ion battery 750 mAh, standard charger, user guide, CD-ROM incl. synchronization software, AD Leporello, BlackBerry® Services QuickStart Guide (for BB variants)
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