BlackBerry Previews New Cloud-based Enterprise Mobility Management Solution

by Volker Weber

ORLANDO, FLORIDA--(Marketwired - Oct. 7, 2013) - GARTNER SYMPOSIUM/ITxpo - At Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2013, BlackBerry today previewed a new multi-platform cloud-based enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution that will enable businesses to easily secure and manage corporate and personal devices.

Closed beta testing for the new cloud-based EMM solution is already underway. The service will be available as a single monthly subscription that covers both the license and technical support, and is expected to be generally available by the end of November 2013.

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too late

Dieter Baum, 2013-10-07

Yes, too late - all the customers have already chosen...

Or maybe not : It is astonishing and scaring how many companies
still do not use a MDM.

Oliver Barner, 2013-10-07

@Oliver Barner: I have seen companies choose to go without an MDM solution because they saw no need for such and I am not talking about companies with 5-10 devices. BlackBerry might be too late, I don't know. But it is not a fact that all customers have chosen. Some haven't even started evaluating. Seeing how many different MDM vendors we have on the market at the moment, I am expecting to see a big consolidation over the next 12-18 months. It will be very interesting to see how this market develops.

Abdelkader Boui, 2013-10-08

I agree with Abdelkader, there are still a lot of companies not using MDM solutions and frankly some of them are already overwhelmed with the amount of solutions available. There is still a big market and I guess this is also why so many vendors are jumping on the bandwagon. Am expecting a build-your-own-MDM from Ikea anytime soon ;)

Andreas Ponte, 2013-10-08

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