Mobile Device Management

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'

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...

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Join me in welcoming back to the team our enterprise mobile expert, Craig Johnston!

Join me in welcoming back to the team our enterprise mobile expert, Craig Johnston!

Long time readers of CrackBerry will know the name and voice of Craig Johnston. Going back six years to February 2008, it was Craig Johnston who co-hosted CrackBerry Podcast Episode 001 with me. Craig was active on our podcasts for several years and occasionally would drop a post here on the blogs, imparting his immense knowledge of BlackBerry's history to our CrackBerry audience....

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BlackBerry knocks Knox in its latest blog post, reminding customers Samsung's vaults have faults

BlackBerry knocks Knox in its latest blog post, reminding customers Samsung's vaults have faults

John Sims is BlackBerry's newly-appointed President of Global Enterprise Services, and he's wasting no time in letting customers know why BlackBerry trumps the competition in managing mobile devices in enterprise. Following up the news that the Pentagon is getting hooked up with 80,000 devices, Sims took to the Inside BlackBerry Business blog and tore into shortcomings of Samsung's...

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BBM used by more than 85 percent of BlackBerry Enterprise Server enabled organizations

BBM used by more than 85 percent of BlackBerry Enterprise Server enabled organizations

BlackBerry announced today that their popular instant messaging service BBM is used by over 85 percent of organizations on BES running BlackBerry devices. BBM is the top choice for these organizations as it gives them the ability to log, archive and audit BBM messages.It's also totally secure data which can be encrypted end-to-end within the organization. BBM on BlackBerry offers key...

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