MobileCON is here again, or rather, for the first time since being renamed from “CTIA”. If you’re unfamiliar, MobileCON is an event tailored for enterprises, professionals, and mobile IT experts looking to solve mobility challenges within their organization. As outlined on the MobileCON website, this enterprise mobility conference offers “3 days of thought leadership, actionable education, peer-to-peer learning, and solutions shopping.” We’re excited to be a part of this year’s conference. In fact, Research In Motion® (RIM®) Chief Information Officer Robin Bienfait is set to address the attendees during today’s keynote; stream it live on the MobileCON web site.
With the recent announcement of BlackBerry® Enterprise Service 10 as well as updates and sneak peeks of what we’re building for the BlackBerry® 10 platform, this event is a great opportunity to learn more about RIM’s enterprise innovations. At this event, we’re keen to show attendees how we’ve consolidated, streamlined, and simplified our enterprise mobility management offerings. We’ve designed our products and services to power multiple platforms and keep data secure and manageable – all while maintaining user experience and flexibility for personal use.
There are tens of thousands of current BlackBerry® Enterprise Server 5 deployments currently in the market managing BlackBerry devices. But we know that you’re facing new pressures and challenges both for IT and for unified employee productivity and connectivity – and that’s what we hope to address at MobileCON 2012. While the variety of mobile devices and form factors has exploded in business, the importance of data security remains paramount. We’ve heard this straight from you – and we’ve built on our legacy of pioneering the mobile management space to move forward with your business in meeting and overcoming these challenges. We’re very much looking forward to MobileCON 2012 and sharing our innovation roadmap. RIM is rapidly adapting and shifting to meet the needs of our customers while maintaining our rich history of security and reliability.