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Does BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 Hurt BlackBerry’s Competitive Advantage?

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With BlackBerry’s new CEO John Chen talking a lot about Enterprise and BlackBerry’s competitive advantage in this space, one can’t help but wonder if BES 10 is helping or hurting their position in the enterprise. In a sense, BlackBerry is sort of enabling enterprise to adopt iOS and Android with BES 10′s BYOD features. On the other hand, the market is going to shift regardless, and you can either sink or swim. It’s an interesting discussion and it seems BlackBerry has taken the stance that BES 10′s BYOD is a must have, because BYOD is the natural evolution of mobility in the enterprise.
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BlackBerry At #GTEC13 Talking Enterprise Mobility

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BlackBerry was at GTEC 2013 in Ottawa, talking to its most loyal customer: government. In terms of enterprise mobility topics, BlackBerry is focused on BES 10, Multi-Platform Enterprise Mobility Management, security and BlackBerry 10.
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RIM Internal Slides Shed Light on BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10 Roadmap

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RIM has been circulating some internal slides to make sure partners are well aware of exactly what is going on with BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10 and what it means for the Bring Your Own Device world. At BlackBerry World in May of 2013, RIM will be releasing BES 10 which will provide enterprise customers a means of managing BlackBerry 10 devices as well as iOS and Android devices. There’s no word about whether Windows Phone will be supported, but it’s highly likely it will come at launch or in an update. If you’re curious what the Road to BES 10 looks like, take a look at the slides below.
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