The CTIA Super Mobility 2015 Awards are just around the corner and will be presented at the Super Mobility 2015 conference to be held Sept. 9-11 in Las Vegas. This year, BlackBerry has three products from their enterprise portfolio in the running as finalists and you can help them win with your votes.
- BlackBerry Blend, our content access software that lets you remotely view and edit content on your BlackBerry smartphone and/or corporate network using a tablet or laptop running Android, iOS or Windows. It is a finalist versus 4 other products in the Mobile Applications, Development and Platforms category.
- BES12 Cloud is the easy-to-use, hosted version of our popular enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform. Aimed at businesses of all sizes, BES12 Cloud was updated earlier this week with even more multi-OS capabilities. BES12 Cloud is competing in the Mobile Device Management category versus AirWatch, AT&T, Citrix and SOTI.
- WatchDox by BlackBerry is our recently-acquired document security solution that was rated "Visionary" by Gartner in its Enterprise-File-Share-and-Sync (EFSS) Magic Quadrant report last month. It's a finalist in the Mobile Security & Privacy category.
Voting ends on Tuesday, September 8 at 9:00 AM PT, on the evening of the Super Mobility show and winners will be announced on Sept. 10 during the show. Last year, BlackBerry took home the first place award for the Audi Virtual Cockpit in the 2015 Audi TT powered by software from QNX and second place for BES10.
Additionally, BlackBerry will be attending CTIA, you can visit their booth or listen to government affairs vice-president, Ed Hearst, speak on a panel on Sept. 9th from 3:30 to 5 pm about mobile cybersecurity regulation. You can be taken to the voting pages by clicking on the product names above.
Source: Inside BlackBerry
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