BlackBerry's cloud edition of BES12 aims to simplify deployments of its enterprise mobility management flagship.
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BlackBerry managed to grow its pile of cash in the first quarter due to one-time events. But better-than-expected results now allow it to back up its bluster as it counters the fear, uncertainty and doubt missiles launched by rivals.
Next version of mobile device management suite due before the end of the year.
BlackBerry might be expanding its multi-platform strategy in the enterprise to include Windows Phone.
The latest version of BlackBerry's mobile device software extends its management of Android and iOS devices as enthusiasm for its own handsets fades.
Despite its fall, BlackBerry's roots in secure communications are still serving it well in some markets.
The BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) market leader in Indonesia is having a hard time convincing customers to move to latest version of the operating system BES 10.
BlackBerry Enterprise Service got a big upgrade to version 10.1 this week and BlackBerry has also quietly launched BES as a cloud service.
The latest version of the BlackBerry mobile management service will also boost security for iPhones, iPads and Android-based devices in the enterprise.
BlackBerry's surprise fourth quarter profit was attributed to the Z10 launch and cost cutting. Future financial health for BlackBerry may roll with the uptake of BES 10 and the company's mobile device management efforts.
BlackBerry 10 is nearly upon us. Take a look back at the evolution of RIM's mobile OS, including BlackBerry Enterprise Server, which laid the foundations for the company's success in the enterprise.
BB10 has some interesting features - particularly BlackBerry Balance - but you'll need to deploy a BES to take advantage of them...
Research in Motion's message on future enterprise products is confusing. It's a mess. Here's what we've learned: small-medium sized business relying on BlackBerry freebies may not like what's coming.
RIM will cease development of the current version of BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) to make room for BlackBerry 10 devices. Why? Because the two don't don't click.
Research In Motion chief executive Thorsten Heins tackles questions about the Canadian mobile maker's enterprise focus and the need for the new BlackBerry 10 operating system
RIM's latest service, currently in beta, links Microsoft's cloud-based productivity suite with BlackBerry smartphones, delivering mobile access to Exchange-hosted email, calendar and contacts.
The co-chiefs of Research in Motion have issued an apology and explanation over the recent service outages that have seen some customers without data functionality for more than three days.The outage began on Monday at around 4pm BST and left BlackBerry users including those in Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa without access to data services, including emails sent via the BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES).
RIM has announced a free online console for small businesses that want to manage BlackBerry smartphones that use non-RIM email services.BlackBerry Management Center, unveiled on Monday, differs from existing RIM products such as BES Express in that it is designed to manage handsets accessing email from the likes of Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo, rather than from RIM's servers.
Research In Motion has patched five critical flaws in the way BlackBerry Enterprise Server handles .png and .tiff images, which could lead to attacks via an embedded photo
RIM's next-gen BlackBerry smartphone will be powered by the same QNX OS as its PlayBook tablet, but may only have a single-core CPU and lack BES support out-of-box.
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