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Gregg Ostrowski talks a bit about the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour Enterprise Edition [video]

By Adam Zeis on 30 Nov 2012 03:53 pm EST
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While we talk often about the BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour events taking place all over the globe, we don't hear much about their enterprise counterpart. Gregg Ostrowski, Senior Director of Enterprise Partnerships at RIM, took a bit of time to chat with the Inside BlackBerry for Business Blog and explain a bit of how the BlackBerry Jam Enterprise Edition events work and also how RIM is helping enterprse developers with apps for BlackBerry 10. RIM is helping by providing developers with a copy of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion as well as hosting their apps behind the BlackBerry World storefront (but out of public view). BlackBerry developers are doing some awesome work for BlackBerry 10, and we can't wait to see more of what's to come going forward to the launch event in January.

Source: Inside BlackBerry 

9 comments

BBQNX

first.........so slow day at crackberry :(

green_ember

I'm interested to know if the enterprise apps are really pushed through a private Blackberry World, or if they are just pushed through the interface with the backend still being at the enterprise's Mobile Fusion server. I would hope that they don't have to host the apps remotely at RIM. That to me goes against the idea of enterprise security

Rootbrian

It's not what you think. Don't think it'll be like that, it's still going to be very secure.

Double_J75

They were calling it bb app world, not bb world :)

SDTRMG

No there calling it blackberry world, not bb app world

owadkelly

App world, is what he's still saying.

calicocat2010

Lol. It could take a while saying BlackBerry World because we are all used to saying BlackBerry App World.

G-bone

But he may have said it before it became BlackBerry World...
Good to see that BlackBerry is being as proactive and innovative, responsive, with Enterprise as they are with Consumer devs!

CVCKDB8

The way RIM is marketing the heck out of BB10 on this world tour and all this free stuff like crazy to developers, RIM's new devices better rock the socks off everybody and make everyone wanna run back to Blackberry. I really hope the hardware and software amazes us all!