With the Dell SecureWorks application you can keep up with security services to help your company protect IT assets, comply with regulations as well as reduce security costs all on your Blackberry Smartphone.
RIM has taken a lot of heat recently for their lost market share in the enterprise environment. Sure there are many big business’ that have switched from issuing each employee a BlackBerry, to allowing their employees to BYOD (bring your own device) and then have it connected with the IT policies of said business. Well […]
If you’re like me, when RIM launched Mobile Fusion, you were wondering more about it. Because, like usual, RIM launches something and doesn’t say much about it. You probably also wanted to know about ActiveSync and the status of Blackberry Enterprise Server. Well you’re in luck because BizBlog has collected a bunch of questions and […]
Research in Motion has in the past had issues with India and the Blackberry but they a have been “In Motion” to change things around by appointing Sunil Dutt as their New Managing Director for India and with the BlackBerry PlayBooks Selling out in 4 Days in India along with the new Blackberry OS 2.o expected to hit tomorrow RIM […]
RIM has just posted a new knowledge base article KB29510 for new Blackberry Device Software 7.1 that includes BES IT Policies Including one for SecureKey Browser Plug-In on Blackberry Smartphones. Hit the break for more info.
Earlier today we told you about how Samsung was interested in buying RIM and as what this may mean for the future of the two companies, this was all a rumor at the time. And now it has been confirmed to be not true. Samsung commented on the buyout stating that they were, “not interested” in taking over […]
Research In Motion has once again in the news for a supposed buyout of their company by other vendors. And today according to recent rumors from BGR, RIM is planning to being offered to Samsung for sale of its license to its software, and that they may outright sale of one or more divisions, or even […]
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