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Whitepaper: Evolution of Mobile Device Management to Tackle Enterprise BYOD

by BlackBerryAug 24, 2012

Mobility has defined the workplace as the boundaries between personal and professional life, home and office, business travel and in-office productivity are rapidly disappearing. The arrival of 4G and a myriad of new smartphones and tablets is resulting in mobile office "makeover."

Today's mobile enterprise users are demanding more. Users want a seamless mobility experience that allows them to work anytime and anywhere, with the same productivity and performance they would get in a traditional corporate office.

Management wants to keep increasing employee productivity, allow flexibility to work from anywhere and keep people in the field where they can close sales and stay close to the customer.

Whitepaper: Bank Improves Crisis Management Communications with Help from BlackBerry

by BlackBerryJul 30, 2012

With a staff of more than 60,000 people dispersed across the United States, U.S. Bank needed a robust and intuitive program that would allow it to send crucial information in the event of an emergency.

The bank turned to BlackBerry® Alliance member Tenet Computer Group Inc. (Tenet) to roll out a customized version of its PINpoint application.

The app automatically collects up-to-date information from authoritative sources, pulls contact information and documents from a number of servers, and pushes the info to the emergency response team and employees in near-real time.

The emergency response team can also easily push the bank's crisis management handbook to employees, where it is stored in the cache memory in the event that the systems go down.

With up-to-date information, reliable access, and the ability to push specific information to different distribution lists, employees are much safer in the event of an unforeseen crisis.

Whitepaper: The 7 Key Factors in Choosing a Mobile Device Management Solution

by BlackBerryJul 30, 2012

Learn what you should be looking for when choosing a Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution provider. Also uncover the key attributes of one solution that delivers the features every enterprise should demand when it comes to security, manageability, stability, and technical/customer support.

Whitepaper: The CIO's Guide to Building a Mobile Device Management Strategy And How to Execute on It

by BlackBerryJul 30, 2012

For virtually every enterprise today, mobile device management (MDM) is top of mind. And while security is a chief concern, smart organizations are also discovering new opportunities for productivity. Getting the most from the BYOD phenomenon requires strategic thinking.

Find out what key elements to consider in your Enterprise Mobility Strategy. And learn how BlackBerry Mobile Fusion can improve mobile security, reduce TCO and improve productivity.

Whitepaper: The BlackBerry PlayBook 2.0 and the Next Generation of Mobile Security

by BlackBerryJul 30, 2012

The consumerization of IT and the demands of an increasingly mobile workforce are constantly revolutionizing workplace mobility and changing how your organization deals with security. Though you can't stop the loss or theft of devices, there are powerful new ways to ensure enterprise and data security in every scenario.

This FAQ explains how the BlackBerry PlayBook tablets can be an integral part of an enterprise security strategy. Read now and discover answers to your top mobile security questions.

Whitepaper: What 150 CIOs Want in an Enterprise Tablet and How BlackBerry Playbook Stacks Up

by BlackBerryJul 30, 2012

Tablet computers are making significant inroads in the enterprise - and in a recent survey of over 150 executives, Research In Motion® explores which features are most important.

The BlackBerry®PlayBook� tablet provides many features that make it ideal for the enterprise market, including a secure and manageable mobile computing platform. Find out what CIOs really think about its performance.

Whitepaper: CIO's guide to Mobile Unified Communications & Collaboration (UCC)

by BlackBerryJul 30, 2012

Unified communications and collaboration (UCC) is a top driver of productivity and competitiveness. But as organizations continue to grow more diverse and mobility becomes vital to everyday operations, it is vital to implement a mobility component to allow for a success UCC strategy. This resource explores what you should look for in any mobile UCC solution.

Explore the changing enterprise and top three considerations to make when considering any mobile UCC strategy. Also uncover the details of a solution that can help you make enterprise mobility and UCC a perfect, effective pair.

Video: PlayBook Video about two Grade 6 classrooms that are using PlayBook tablets

by BlackBerryApr 09, 2012

RIM recently worked with Park Manor Public School in Elmira, ON to integrate BlackBerry PlayBook tablets in two Grade 6 classrooms.

The project went so well that the school agreed to do a case study with our team. Check out this great story on the value of PlayBook tablets in Education!

Video: McCain Canada deployed BlackBerry PlayBook tablets with a custom application to their salesforce

by BlackBerryApr 09, 2012

BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablets in order to enhance mobility within their sales force - along with a customized application designed by DigiFlare Inc. DigiFlare created the app for McCain's Canadian sales team that is designed to allow them to have immediate access to important information about their products.

Multitasking, Adobe® Flash®, and video capabilities are just a few features of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet that are helping to enable McCain's sales team to work and communicate more effectively while on the road.

Whitepaper: Tour Operator Uses BlackBerry Smartphone to Help Drive Sales, Improve Efficiency and Build Competitive Advantage

by BlackBerryApr 09, 2012

Sending more than 22,000 high school and university students on trips abroad each year requires logistical prowess and constant communication.

Dealing primarily with young adults, Breakaway soon learned that typical office hours were inconvenient and ineffective. Recognizing the opportunity to use a mobile solution, the company deployed 23 BlackBerry smartphones to its sales staff.

The sales staff now uses email, text, BlackBerry Messenger and social networking apps to build and maintain relationships with student tour leaders and the ground representatives who coordinate the trips.

Not only does this integrated solution allow its staff to run on a 24-hour schedule and multitask, it is also protected by the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, which regularly backs up the data stored on the company's devices and synchs the team's contacts, calendars and messages.