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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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Is Your PlayBook Having Problems Updating Today? Server May Be Having Issues

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We got a tip today that the servers used for updating the PlayBook may be having some issues today. If you’re trying to update your PlayBook and you’re getting an error that says “could not connect to update server” you’re not alone. According to the support forums, there are at least a few other users having this issue and hopefully it gets resolved soon.
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New RIM Patent Aims To Speed Up Your Internet Connection

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RIM have filed a patent with the US Patent and Trademark office that seeks to speed up your Internet connection by setting up a proxy server on the device. The patent is titled “SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ENHANCING NETWORK BROWSING SPEED BY SETTING A PROXY SERVER ON A HANDHELD DEVICE.”
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EURO RSCG advertising agency uses BlackBerry email backup

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One of Europe’s leading advertising agencies, Euro RSCG , has deployed Neverfail’s BlackBerry email backup application to service 150 of its most senior executives in the Asia-Pacific region.

The use of the application was in response to a hard-drive failure that crippled its BlackBerry email services. The problem took days for them to recover from as reinstalling the BlackBerry Enterprise Server “was not an easy task.”

The company has said it’s very pleased with the Neverfail solution. My question to BlackBerry Cool readers is – have you experienced a similar problem within your organization? If your organization has not experienced this problem, what alternate safeguards do you have in place?

(Via AustralianIT)