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How Does RIM Succeed in Enterprise/Government When All Smartphones Are FIPS Certified?

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Recently, RIM was at GTEC, Canada’s Government Technology Event, where Paul Lucier, Head of Global Government Solutions, was talking about BYOD, BES 10 and a little bit of BlackBerry 10. During the same day, RIM was also presenting its progress on BlackBerry 10 at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier. While there wasn’t much new on the BlackBerry 10 side of things (at least since what we saw at BlackBerry Jam), it was interesting to see RIM tout its FIPS certifications and announce that BlackBerry 10 was FIPS certified before launch (an industry first). But RIM isn’t unique in its ability to get FIPS certification. Other smartphones will get it. So what is RIM’s competitive advantage in a market where its competitors are also FIPS certified?
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BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Studio Service Pack Update Now Available

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RIM’s mobile device management suite BlackBerry Mobile Fusion got treated to a service pack update. The update includes support for iPhone 5, streamlines error messages and more.
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BlackBerry Enterprise Forum Welcomes BlackBerry 10 Devices

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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.
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BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 Consolidates Enterprise Offerings and Supports More Devices

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BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 is a consolidation of several services including mobile device management, enterprise mobility management and features a web-based console for administration. Compatible with your existing BlackBerry Enterprise Server (5.0.3 and above), BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 supports several classes of smartphone and tablet making it perfect for the modern BYOD deployment.
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AppLauncher Makes Custom Enterprise Apps Easy to Deploy and Manage

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AppLauncher is a new program by Chicago-based Solstice Consulting that allows developers of custom enterprise apps to develop efficiently. They achieve this by using by automating a lot of the more tedious elements of deploying an app. Using HTML 5, AppLauncher currently works well with iOS and Android, and can be easily ported to BlackBerry 10 using Webworks.
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SMS Archive Services Uppidy Announces Enterprise Support

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Uppidy is a mobile application and desktop solution for Blackberry, Android and iOS that lets users store, search and share their text or SMS messages online.
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