BlackBerry Enterprise Server version 5 Service Pack 4 is available today for Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino, and coming in November 2012 for Novell GroupWise.
Lopez Research estimates that there will be more than 30 billion connected mobile devices and 6 billion mobile internet users by 2020. Here’s our take on what that means for business and IT.
Taking a look at an example of a truly enterprise-ready managed tablet.
A step-by-step guide for accessing enterprise email on your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet using Microsoft ActiveSync.
Presenting a whitepaper on what to look for from the variety of Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions available for your organization.
Announcing the launch of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion and the Universal Device Service solution.
Examining how BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, BlackBerry Device Service and BlackBerry Enterprise Server work as secure mobility device management solutions.
An interview with Harry Brelsford, founder of SMB Nation, about the part that IT specialists play in the SMB community.
Read about how BlackBerry Balance technology is designed to enable BlackBerry devices to be used for both business and personal purposes, without compromising company security or personal privacy.
Details about the pre-release of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion.
More info on how you can get a free BlackBerry PlayBook tablet if you upgrade to BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.
BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing version 2.0 is now available on the BlackBerry App World storefront.
Research In Motion® (RIM®) is introducing BlackBerry® Mobile Fusion – its next generation enterprise mobility solution.
Find out how you can get a free BlackBerry PlayBook tablet just for upgrading to BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.0!
A talk with the Director of Security Product Management at Research In Motion about how the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and security fit into today’s broader sense of security as an enabler.
Check out our interview with the Founder and Managing Director of the Enterprise Mobility Foundation.
BlackBerry Management Center is a free web-based service designed to allow you to remotely manage and protect up to 100 BlackBerry® smartphones.
Introducing BlackBerry Balance technology, which allows one device to securely access both personal and corporate data.
BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express Software was just released for IBM Lotus Domino – read the press release here!