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November 21, 2014
BlackBerry's return to QWERTY keyboard devices and improvements to BES12 are steps in the right direction, but is it too little, too late for many IT shops that have already moved on?
July 23, 2014
While BlackBerry's CEO touts the mobile platform's security features, experts question whether the advantage over iOS and Android still exists.
February 27, 2014
BlackBerry, Dell, IBM, Microsoft and other major IT vendors must transform to survive the cloud and mobile era. Will IT buyers invest in their vision?
February 26, 2014
BlackBerry is emphasizing the enterprise with new product and service rollouts in BES 12 and EMM, but it may not be enough to win back ex-patriots.
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There's a lot to know about implementing and using BlackBerry Enterprise Service, especially with the new features in BES 10. Continue Reading
BlackBerry Secure Work Space is an option for BlackBerrry Enterprise Service (BES) 10 that allows administrators to secure and manage non-BlackBerry devices through the BES management console. Continue Reading
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If your company is replacing BlackBerry devices and software, you'll have to rethink your mobile email strategy and put more emphasis on EMM. Continue Reading
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On the heels of an impassioned letter from its new CEO, BlackBerry tells everyone who'll listen that it's still the go-to for EMM with a BES 10 update. Continue Reading
This round of BlackBerry layoffs as part of an ongoing overhaul hit the R&D and manufacturing staff. Some say the cuts signal a BlackBerry strategy shift. Continue Reading
During the company's user conference, IT pros hoped to hear more about how BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 features will help them manage mobility. Continue Reading
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BlackBerry Balance brings dual-persona technology to devices, but only ones that run the BlackBerry 10 operating system. Continue Reading
Each mobile operating system has a different application environment, but that could be more of an advantage for businesses than a detriment. Continue Reading
With BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, IT can perform some multi-platform device management tasks. But without full features for iOS and Android, it might not be all it’s cracked up to be. Continue Reading