Forrester Research gives BlackBerry props on its enterprise mobility management rankings in contrast to Gartner.
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The one thing keeping BlackBerry in business is its enterprise base. They need to be managed by its mobile device management software. The move is surprising to say the least.
The company's management restructuring is showing an early sign that the BlackBerry maker could be starting to recover. But there's still a long way to go yet.
The Australian National Audit Office has tapped Unisys and BlackBerry to provide workforce and mobility management services.
Rajul Garg and Dinesh Singh have devised a cost-effective solution for the beleaguered Indian techie.
A recent skills and jobs survey is a harbinger to a nightmarish future that awaits the average Indian engineer.
The latest version of BlackBerry's mobile device software extends its management of Android and iOS devices as enthusiasm for its own handsets fades.
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The smartphone maker is throwing out most of its management dead wood in efforts to gain much-needed corporate focus. Because for the past three years, they've been just as much of the company's problem as its falling market share.
Is BlackBerry on its last legs or set to emerge as a leading enterprise mobility management company? Customers are mixed on the company's prospects.
Amid a lot of corporate turmoil, three BlackBerry executives outlined their enterprise mobile device management plans to tech buyers. Will IT buyers stick with BlackBerry?
Enterprises have to decide whether to look at hiring new talent for big data or infusing existing data management talent with new skills.
BlackBerry will have to sell itself quickly if it has much hope keeping enterprise customers in the fold. Analysts expect the Z10 meltdown to impact the company's mobile device management dreams.
For BlackBerry, joining the FIDO group confirms its enterprise security chops and could enhance its mobile device management efforts.
The smartphone maker retains its security crown as it becomes the first mobile device management provider to be awarded an "authority to operate" on the U.S. Defense Dept. networks.
Preparing for the NBN is far and away the last priority for Australian IT managers, according to survey findings that suggest they're more concerned about finding the skills to support BYOD, mobility and cloud rollouts.
BlackBerry is having a tough time getting BB10 devices into the hands of US consumers with fierce competition from iOS and Android smartphone offerings.
Thorsten Heins, CEO of BlackBerry, tried to recast the company narrative around enterprise mobility management instead of devices.
New research highlights the importance of communication in driving project success. Many executives are misguided on this topic.
The Defense Dept. recently approved iOS 6 devices as fit for DoD work and wants a multiplatform mobile management in place by early next year for Android, Apple and Blackberry solutions.
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