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.
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RIM is getting ready to help business upgrade to BB10 and BES 10, but if you need help to do it, why not just do something else instead?
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
The US-China Commission is investigating allegations that RIM, Nokia, and Apple provided backdoor access to Indian military intelligence, enabling the interception of US-China Commission emails
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.
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
Research In Motion plans to release a version of BlackBerry Enterprise Server that allows IT administrators to manage mobile devices running a range of OSes from a single console
Research In Motion (RIM) has announced plans at BlackBerry World 2011 for a multiplatform upgrade to BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) that will allow it to also support and manage iPhone, iPad and Android smartphones and tablets.
The Indian government has not blocked BlackBerry Enterprise Server services within the country, even though Research In Motion did not meet the 31 January deadline to comply with its demands.The Indian authorities are still demanding that the BlackBerry maker provide access to corporate email services that use BlackBerry Enterprise Server, according to The Economic Times of India.
The company has provided Indian authorities with access to customers' email and instant messaging in a bid to stop them being blocked, although BlackBerry Enterprise Server services will remain encrypted
Company refutes reports that it has legally allowed Indian government access to recorded data from its BlackBerry enterprise servers.
Research In Motion has said that comments from an unnamed Indian official claiming that the company has agreed to provide access to customer data are inaccurate.The company issued the response following a report on the Indian news website LiveMint.
The country's Department of Telecommunications has not found RIM's suggested measures regarding access to its encrypted BlackBerry services to be satisfactory
The plan is designed to let companies make use of RIM's free BlackBerry Enterprise Service Express software
The company is promising to provide 100 percent uptime for corporate email services on RIM's smartphones, even when Exchange or BES servers go down
BES 5.0 is the best version of BES so far. RIM has done a lot of work in simplifying the administration process, as well as providing additional services for users.
The latest version of BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) makes mobile life easier for administrators and users. Check out our compehensive screenshot gallery.