AT&T and BlackBerry have a long history — the carrier was the first to launch a BlackBerry device in the U.S. with the BlackBerry 950 in 1999. Today, we’re working together to make sure that AT&T enterprise customers can get everything they need to mobilize their business — from the latest BlackBerry devices to the industry-leading multi-OS EMM solution by BlackBerry: BES12.
On February 20, AT&T launched a new, AT&T-exclusive BlackBerry Passport design as well as the BlackBerry Classic, bringing the latest BlackBerry devices to AT&T customers. Customers can also purchase BES12 from AT&T. That means that AT&T’s enterprise customers have access to everything they need to effectively mobilize their business.
To make it seamless, BlackBerry, AT&T and key enterprise applications providers are working closely together to ensure that enterprises can easily get the advice and expertise they need to turn mobile technology into secure productivity. In fact, representatives from all three will be on hand for a series of upcoming events — a great place for enterprise customers to learn first-hand what AT&T and BlackBerry can do for their businesses.
The events — A Mobility Forum from AT&T and BlackBerry — will take place in multiple cities over the coming weeks. Attendance is free, but registration is required. The next three events are:
May 14 — Houston, Texas
Suites Houston Near The Galleria
2400 West Loop
May 20 — New York, New York
The Westin New York at Times Square
270 W 43rd Street
May 21 — Chicago, Illinois
JW Marriott Chicago
151 W Adams St
On hand will be experts from BlackBerry, AT&T and partners (like Box), sharing best practices on current and emerging mobility challenges. Among the presenters will be Jay Barbour, BlackBerry’s security director and a contributor to the Inside BlackBerry blogs.
Discover best practices for mobilizing your business — register today (using the links under each event above).