Unlike iOS and Blackberry, most Android devices on the market today don't support full storage encryption. In Android 3.0, an API was added to the platform to help developers use encryption. Thus in the near future we should see more encrypted Android devices. One developer, WhisperCore, already offers a free beta version of an app for Nexus S and Nexus One devices. However, this app helps to at least secure your sensitive work data: Exchange for Android. Although Android natively supports Microsoft Exchange for corporate access to email, calendar and contacts, this app adds many more features.