Mobile solutions provider Research In Motion (RIM) has announced that its new Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution, BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, is now available for download.
With its latest EMM, BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, RIM aims to bring together device management, security, and mobile applications management for BlackBerry smartphones, BlackBerry PlayBook tablets, and new BlackBerry 10 smartphones in a single, consolidated solution. It is also designed to provide a single console for managing BlackBerry, Android, and iOS devices.
“BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 empowers employees to be more productive and better equipped to serve customers,” says Peter Devenyi, RIM’s senior vice president, enterprises software, “while it also provides business and IT leaders with the confidence that corporate data is protected and manageable in the same way they have long enjoyed with BlackBerry.”
BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 supports both corporate-owned and personal-owned (BYOD) device deployments and mixed environments of BlackBerry and other devices. It also supports BlackBerry Balance technology, which separates and secures work applications and data from personal content on BlackBerry devices.
Features of BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 include:
- Secure separation of work and personal applications and data on BlackBerry 10 smartphones via BlackBerry Balance technology.
- Access to work email and content and secure connectivity to “behind the firewall” applications and data.
- BlackBerry World for Work, the new corporate app storefront for BlackBerry 10 smartphones.
- Hierarchical group management with Active Directory integration, support for customizable administrative roles, and centralized control of assignable profiles for email, SCEP, Wi-Fi, VPN and proxy servers.
The BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 software, as well as a limited sixty-day free trial (which includes client access licenses) is available to be ordered via the BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 website. Existing customers can take advantage of the free license trade-up program at www.blackberry.com/licensetradeup, which is available until December 31, 2013.