Mobilize your desktop IM solution – Microsoft Lync, IBM Sametime, Cisco Unified Presence and WebEx Messenger


EMM_MDM_EMM_IMBetween BlackBerry Enterprise IM 3.1 and Enterprise IM for Cisco, thousands of BlackBerry 10 users have downloaded the app to work virtually anywhere and access leading real time communication services.

Escalate to a call or meeting from a mobile IM chat with just one tap. BlackBerry Enterprise IM is a great way to make your IM conversations even more productive with a robust tool for collaboration.

And now the BlackBerry Enterprise IM 3.1 and BlackBerry Enterprise IM for Cisco has a new icon.

BlackBerry Enterprise IM 3.1 extends desktop instant messaging solutions including Microsoft Lync, Microsoft Office Communications Server, and IBM Sametime to mobile employees, helping to optimize communication and collaboration with secure and real-time one-to-one and multi-party instant messaging. And Enterprise IM for Cisco 4.0 supports Cisco Unified Presence 8.6 (and later) and Cisco WebEx Messenger without the need for any server side components.

If you are an existing Enterprise IM customer, download the latest maintenance releases available now for BlackBerry Enterprise IM 3.1 or BlackBerry Enterprise IM for Cisco

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About Maria Stockham

Maria Stockham is a Senior Enterprise Product Marketing Manager at BlackBerry focused on unified communications and collaboration and responsible for marketing enterprise applications (corporate and 3rd party including iOS and Android apps securely wrapped for deployment in Secure Work Space). Maria is a full time telecommuter based in Minneapolis, Minn. She understands how technology can enable the successful proliferation of virtual, global teams as well as the productivity and collaboration benefits it can provide. Her software industry experience spans over 10 years in digital imaging and telecommunications verticals. With a degree from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, Maria has held various positions in Product Management as well as Product, Program and Channel Marketing.

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