It was only yesterday that BlackBerry's new CEO, John Chen, sent an open letter to enterprise customers reminding them that BlackBerry is not letting up on the enterprise front. Less than 24 hours later, BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.2 improvements have been announced - including some background on the large organizations that have been testing the multi platform EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management).
The new version of BES10 features some great updates for enterprise users including expanded support for iOS and Android devices as well as a new self-service portal for users that has added features and will help cut down on IT support calls. BlackBerry is working to make things dead simple for end users on BES10 and this update certainly helps things along.
Big companies with the likes of Boeing, Morgan Stanley and Secusmart are all currently testing version 10.2 and are praising it for the enhanced security, lower costs and ease of use.
“We enable any organization or government agency to manage iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices without compromising security,” said Stephen Bates, Head of the Enterprise Business Unit at BlackBerry. “No other mobile vendor has the same level of trusted and proven security as BlackBerry. We’ve achieved this with an end-to-end multi-platform solution that’s secured at the device, server and network layer. And now BES10 version 10.2 provides even more tools to help manage BYOD environments and achieve cost efficiencies.”
We had heard bits and pieces of what would be included in the release and we're happy to see such great enhancements now go official. BlackBerry is making it easy for corporations to deploy BES10 and for employees to activate their own devices with little to no effort.
Check out the full press release below.
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