The BlackBerry gained its popularity in business for its simplistic style in sending and receiving email. It integrates very well with Microsoft Outlook for scheduling and email.
Note: The University does not support centralized services that facilitate the secure transmission of ePHI via email in a HIPAA compliant manner. If you have a need to use a PDA or smart phone to send or receive ePHI or other information that may be considered confidential or sensitive, please consult with your IT support provider for recommendations. Up-to-date ITS smartphone standards and how to comply are located here.
If you work with health information, HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) compliance may limit your choices for smartphones or mobile devices. In addition, your risk of a data breach will lessen significantly if you apply the breach prevention standards in place. For advice in choosing a device that meets your needs and will provide functionality to comply with applicable University policy contact your ITS support provider.
For help in configuring your BlackBerry please visit the following page.
Give the Help Desk Control
The button below launches an application that allows a Help Desk consultant to troubleshoot on your computer. You must be on the phone with a Help Desk consultant to use this service.
Backing up and storing your files is very important.
Read about your storage options.