T-Mobile is the first US carrier to feature BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 in the cloud

T-Mobile is the first US carrier to feature BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 in the cloud
Following yesterday's announcement that BlackBerry's cloud mobility management solution, BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) 10 Cloud, has reached production-ready status, T-Mobile US outed itself as the first wireless operator to introduce the platform. The carrier will exclusively offer Hosted Mobility Management Services with BES 10 in the cloud for BlackBerry (legacy), BB10, iOS and Android devices. Enterprise customers will benefit from a full hosting and maintenance plan for their BES 10 cloud server, as well as 24/7 support and on-premises deployment.

BES's latest version, 10.2, was announced on the 3rd of December. The update introduces new features, such as expanded multi-platform support, BYOD enrollment for iOS and Android, a self-service portal and scalability of up to 100 000 handsets. BES 10 delivers comprehensive management and security for devices, apps and content across iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices. Backed by global support services, the platform offers a way to truly mobilize businesses, without compromising security. Early clients include Morgan Stanley, Boeing, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and Secusmart.

source: T-Mobile via BerryReview


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