BlackBerry Enterprise IM 3.0 is a secure, enterprise-grade instant messaging service that borrows a lot of functionality of the popular BBM service. The service can communicate with desktop enterprise chat systems like Microsoft Lync, Microsoft Office Communication Server and Lotus (IBM) Sametime. Continue reading ‘Secure Free Instant Messaging for Enterprise: BlackBerry IM 3.0′
Law firm Clifford Chance has announced a fresh deployment of BlackBerry 10 devices for their workforce. The law firm has used BlackBerry for their mobility deployment for the past decade and they’ve committed to adopting the new platform for their 1600 employees. Continue reading ‘Law Firm Clifford Chance to Deploy 1600 BlackBerry 10 Smartphones’
Since BlackBerry has begun supporting other mobile platforms under BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, more and more policies have been made available to non-BlackBerry smartphones and tablets. The latest feature coming to iOS and Android devices managed by BES 10 are features that securely separate work data from personal data.
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Today Research In Motion announced a few details on their highly anticipated BlackBerry 10 launch. The launch event is happening worldwide on January 30th at which point they’ll be announcing the retail availability of their 2 BlackBerry 10 launch devices.
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RIM’s multiplatform smartphone management tool for enterprise: BlackBerry Mobile Fusion has launched on both the iOS App Store and Android Play. With its web interface, you can audit, provision, and protect a diverse mobile deployment.
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I’m here in Ottawa attending the BlackBerry Innovation Forum. It’s a full day of IT managers, CIOs and folks in charge of mobile deployments talking about new technologies. This year there’s a big focus on BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, RIM’s solution for managing BlackBerry, iOS and Android devices for deployments large and small. The crowd was full of BlackBerry fans with over 70% of the attendees sporting Playbooks.
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