BlackBerry Mobile Fusion

10 Weeks of BlackBerry 10: BlackBerry Balance

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BlackBerry Balance

The next stop on our 10 Weeks of BlackBerry 10 tour is one that every BlackBerry business user should be looking forward to - BlackBerry Balance. In case you haven't been keeping up, BlackBerry Balance is already a great part of the PlayBook OS that will come to BlackBerry 10. BlackBerry Balance lets you easily use one device for both personal and work with all the features you'd expect from using two different devices. BlackBerry Balance essentially lets you run two different spaces on your device - one for personal and one for work. Keep reading to check out why BlackBerry Balance is one of the best new features of BlackBerry 10.

BlackBerry Mobile Fusion 6 Service Pack 2 Now Available

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BlackBerry Mobile Fusion

RIM has released an update to BlackBerry Mobile Fusion 6. Service pack 2 is available now and provides updates for Universal Device Service that includes additional support for iOS and Android devices. The service pack further enhances the usabiliy of BlackBerry Mobile fusion and prepares enterprises for BlackBerry 10 services as well. Keep reading for the full list of updates.

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BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5 update now available for Novell GroupWise

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Novell Groupwise

RIM has announced today the availability of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5 update with support for Novell Groupwise. The update includes support for BlackBerry Balance as well as BlackBerry Mobile Fusion compatibility. Service Pack 4 will allow you to easily upgrade from Enterprise Server to BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 with the launch of BlackBerry 10. 

The Pentagon promises to continue to support BlackBerry Smartphones while welcoming BYOD

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The Pentagon promises to continue to support BlackBerry Smartphones while welcoming BYOD

It's not new to us that many companies and indeed governments are opening its doors to BOYD (Bring Your Own Device) users. We will also now see the Pentagon allow the U.S. military to start using other devices, specifically the iPhone and Android devices. But the Pentagon also says that it will continue to support a large number of BlackBerry phones.

However, at the same time, the Pentagon is also looking offer a contract to companies who can provide software that will allow them to manage and monitor all the different devices. BYOD is a reality, so while it's not ideal for RIM to lose that Pentagon exclusivity with BlackBerry, RIM can step up and offer their Mobile Device Management Service, Mobile Fusion. It serves the purpose that the Pentagon are looking for to manage Android, iOS and BlackBerry devices.

Sprint on board as first carrier to offer BlackBerry Mobile Fusion as a carrier-billed application

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BlackBerry Mobile Fusion

Sprint has announced today that they will be offering BlackBerry Mobile Fusion as a carrier billed application for their customers, simplifying the billing process for business customers and allowing those customers to maintain one solution for all of their employees mobile devices. 

BlackBerry Mobile Fusion provides the flexibility to secure mobile devices in a simple, sensible and seamless way. A variety of policies provide maximum control with minimal impact to the user experience. You can find the full press release below. 

BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Service Pack 1 now available

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Mobile Fusion

RIM has released the first service pack for BlackBerry Mobile Fusion today. The update includes enhancements to better manage devices on Mobile Fusion. Updates include BlackBerry Device Service 6.1, Universal Device Service 6.1, and BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Studio 6.2. New features include:

iOS and Android clients now available for BlackBerry Mobile Fusion

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RIM launches BlackBerry Mobile Fusion

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BlackBerery Mobile Fusion

RIM has announced today that BlackBerry Mobile Fusion is now available. Mobile Fusion enables IT departments to manage and support BlackBerry, iOS and Android devices and also allows end users the freedom to choose their own device. An initial release for BlackBerry phones and the PlayBook launched in February and today's release brings Mobile Fusion to iOS and Android devices as well.  

Press Release

Introducing BlackBerry Mobile Fusion - RIM Launches Next Generation Mobile Device Management Solution for Government and Business Customers

Cost-Efficient Solution Delivers Secure, Reliable, Scalable and Easy Management of BlackBerry, iOS and Android Devices

Waterloo - Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) today launched the highly-anticipated BlackBerry® Mobile Fusion, RIM's next-generation mobile device management (MDM) solution for enterprise customers. Built on the foundation that has established BlackBerry® Enterprise Server as the gold standard for government and businesses, BlackBerry Mobile Fusion delivers a cost-efficient, secure, reliable and scalable solution that consolidates the management of smartphones and tablets running BlackBerry® OS (including support for BlackBerry PlayBookTM and future BlackBerry® 10 devices) as well as AndroidTM and iOS®*, and provides a single, unified, web-based console for easily managing all devices.

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