BlackBerry 10 And ActiveSync

BlackBerry has just released the Q10 into the UK and Canadian market. And will soon be releasing it in the USA and elsewhere. Businesses should consider BlackBerry 10 devices as they use ActiveSync. It’s an easy setup, is secure and you have your important services on your phone.
What’s the benefit of ActiveSync?
As the leader in enterprise mobile computing, BlackBerry delivers comprehensive device management, application management and security for corporate and personally-owned devices through BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10). However, when behind the firewall app and browsing access, application management, and advanced security and management aren’t required, BlackBerry 10 smartphones support ActiveSync as standard, giving organizations a fast and easy solution for synchronizing with Microsoft® Exchange®, IBM® Notes® Traveler, Novell® GroupWise®, Hotmail®, Microsoft® Office365TM, or Google AppsTM. This is an attractive option for:

SMBs and larger companies that don’t require the comprehensive controls and settings delivered with BES10 and are looking for a fast, cost effective way to connect corporate or BYOD device users right out of the box to provide employees with instant access to enterprise messaging systems.
Consumers who need a quick and easy method to connect and sync personal email and PIM information over-the-air (e.g. Hotmail).

ActiveSync on BlackBerry 10 devices provides a full push solution when syncing email, calendar and contacts. This means that what you see on your device is always current with your desktop.

Head over to the BlackBerry BizBlog to find out how to connect ActiveSync.