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Good news from down under - BES10 leading the enterprise market in Australia

Good news from down under - BES10 leading the enterprise market in Australia

James Richardson 62

The word on the street is that BES10 seems to be doing rather well down under which is nice to hear considering most of the press tend to give BlackBerry a slating. According to theaustralian.com it seems that one in five businesses with more than 20 employees are using BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 - meaning it's the number one mobile enterprise solution being used in Australia. ...

Itaú Unibanco deploying BlackBerry 10 smartphones along with BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10

Itaú Unibanco deploying BlackBerry 10 smartphones along with BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10

Bla1ze 65

Itaú Unibanco, the largest private bank in Latin America, has now announced they'll be upgrading their more than 7,000 BlackBerry smartphones to BlackBerry 10 smartphones starting initially with 1,000 BlackBerry Q5's. In addition to the device upgrades, they'll also be moving to BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10 for enterprise mobility management, in order to manage and its smartphone...

BES 10.2 now available - Brings along BlackBerry Web Services for Universal Device Service

BES 10.2 now available - Brings along BlackBerry Web Services for Universal Device Service

Adam Zeis 21

The rumors have been abundant over the last few weeks, and today BES 10.2 is officially available. There are plenty of new features in tow, the highlights of which is Blackberry Web Services (BWS) support for Universal Device Service (UDS). The addition of BWS helps to close the gap between UDS and BlackBerry Device Services. The release also brings new features, APIs and fields and...

BlackBerry issues statement on Air Force switch: 'There is nothing more secure than a BlackBerry'

BlackBerry issues statement on Air Force switch: 'There is nothing more secure than a BlackBerry'

Derek Kessler 244

Yesterday we reported on the plans put into motion by the United States Air Force that would transition the branch of the military away from BlackBerry devices and towards iPhone and Android products. Understandably, security is a major concern for the Armed Forces, and BlackBerry has been known for years for taking security very seriously. Competitors have been stepping up their game...