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′
Starting this month, BlackBerry 10 is the mobile platform of choice for Canadian Tire Employees. The nationwide deployment will bring thousands of devices to managers across all Canadian Tire stores as well as a group of sports stores: Sport Chek, Sports Expers, National Sports and Atmosphere.
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Yellow Pages has launched their free business finder app on BlackBerry 10. The app was coded natively for the new platform but is also available for legacy BlackBerry devices. Continue reading ‘Yellow Pages Launches Free Business Finder BlackBerry 10 Native App’
BlackBerry Mobile Voice System has been updated to support BlackBerry 7.1 devices. The update also supports more PBX systems and is now compatible with call recording infrastructure allowing professionals in the financial services sector to conduct business while away from their desk phone.
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Japan’s largest carrier NTT Docomo is rolling out their real time voice translation system called Hanashite Hon’yaku. Able to translate between Japanese and English, Mandarin and Korean, the new system will be rolling out support for other languages later in the month.
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The BlackBerry Enterprise Forum is a touring event put together by RIM to help CIOs and people in charge of mobile deployments choose the right BlackBerry solution for their needs. The last enterprise forum focused on BYOD devices and tablets within your deployment while this one aims to introduce the next generation of executive smartphones: the BlackBerry 10 series.
Continue reading ‘BlackBerry Enterprise Forum Welcomes BlackBerry 10 Devices’