Developing Business Apps for Deployment in the BlackBerry 10 Work Perimeter

Enterprise

One of the key differentiators of the BlackBerry 10 platform is undoubtedly BlackBerry Balance. We’ve had an exceptional response from business decision makers, IT professionals, and customers on how this functionality helps to protect both corporate data and the employee need for a functional and engaging experience.

From an enterprise developer perspective, it’s important to consider how your app will be deployed within an organization. With BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry World for work, apps can be made available to employees for download and installation onto the work perimeter of the smartphone. In this scenario, your app is running in a secure perimeter with a VPN-like connection to corporate servers and data.

How will your app behave in the work perimeter? What do you need to plan for in advance? And, what are the benefits of developing enterprise apps that target the work perimeter? For the full scoop, check out our interview below with John Mutter, Sr. Manager Enterprise Developer Partnerships:

[ YouTube link for mobile viewing ]

Check out the BlackBerry Jam Europe 2013 session by RIM’s John Mutter titled “Enterprise BlackBerry World – So You’re Being Deployed within the Corporate Perimeter” to get even more details, tips, and tricks. Sessions can be accessed by registered attendees once the BlackBerry Jam On-Demand portal is launched.

Do you have tips for other BlackBerry developers working on enterprise apps? Share in the comments below.

About Luke Reimer

@Luke_Reimer is an Enterprise Marketing Manager at BlackBerry helping to design, launch, and manage enterprise marketing programs - particularly concerning content across digital mediums. Beyond spreading BlackBerry goodness in enterprise communities, you can find Luke cooking up a storm, out on his motorcycle (when Canadian weather allows), or digging into a good science fiction book.

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