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’
Tag: besPage 2 of 24
ISEC7 is a German mobile business services provider that has begun to offer a suite of services surrounding companies’ desire to migrate to the BlackBerry 10 platform. Their BlackBerry 10 Readiness Services will help companies transition from their legacy BES to BlackBerry Enterprise Services 10 and port their mission critical business apps. Continue reading ‘Mobile Business Services Provider ISEC7 Offers BlackBerry 10 Readiness Services’
There’s a new product for BlackBerry Server Admins called IT Manager and it gives admins the ability to remove/wipe devices, view IT policies, setting passwords and much more. It reminds us of the very popular Mobile Admin by RoveIT, a company which was acquired somewhat recently to become Solarwinds. Check out the full post for a full feature list and free trial.
Continue reading ‘New IT Manager App for BlackBerry Server Admins Released With Free Trial’
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.
Continue reading ‘BlackBerry Adds BlackBerry Balance Features to iOS and Android Under BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10′
Aerize WiFix version 2 has just been released for the legacy BlackBerry OSes versions 4.5 and above. WiFiX allows users to bypass your apps’ need to connect through specific protocols giving you much more options for apps that have strict connectivity requirements.
Continue reading ‘Aerize WiFiX Version 2 Gives You Control of What Networks Your Apps Use on Legacy BlackBerry Devices’
RIM has announced their partnership with the GEMA or the Global Enterprise Mobile Alliance to deliver globally managed mobile solutions. Able to handle diverse deployments including tablets, Android and iOS devices, GEMA will be able to use their expertise to handle complex multinational mobile deployments.
Continue reading ‘RIM Partners with GEMA and Announces Upgrades to Their Enterprise Product Lineup’