Published on June 28th, 2013 | by IlenaSanchez0
The Launch For Managing Android and Apple Devices By BlackBerry
On June 25, Blackberry phone has launched a service that enables the corporate customers and the Government agencies to protect and handle the devices that are supported by Apple Inc’s iOS operating system and Google Inc’s Android platform.This was the long-awaited offering that BlackBerry phone had previously said would come into focus by mid-year. This may help the company to sell the high-quality services to its large and potential clients, though many or all are using smartphones that are made by its competitors.
The new and yet secured workspace feature of this phone is going to be managed by BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) 10. This a recent back-end system that has been launched at the beginning of this year and it enables the BlackBerry customers to restrict mobile devices on the internal networks.
Blackberry company is a one-time discovery in the smartphone platform and is struggling to recover their fall to Samsung Electronics Co Ltd’s Galaxy and Apple’s iPhone. In order to compete, it has turned out a triplicate of gadgets that is supported by the latest BlackBerry 10 operating system. It expects to win the hearts of several users with the Q5, Q10 and Z10 devices that were disclosed in the first half of the year.
The first extensive look at the achievement of its turnaround plan will come into view possibly when it reports the quarterly results on Friday. At the same time, it has demonstrated a change from smartphones to its services.
David Smith, who is the head of the business mobile computing at Blackberry, has declared that with the help of a conjoin management encouragement, the potential clients will now be able to see all the gadgets they have on their own network, handle properly with all the devices and thus, connect them firmly. You now have a work space on your iOS and Android that is completely secured. This will enable the customers to manage and protect the data on those gadgets too.
BlackBerry phone has also installed 18,000 BES 10 servers since the system had been launched in January, which is more from 12,000 servers that has been launched a month earlier. Statistics reveal that more than 60 percent of U.S. Fortune 500 companies are either testing or using the system.
The feature of BlackBerry phones when used for managing iOS and Android devices, will enable the IT managers to restrict corporate emails, tasks, contacts, calendars, memos, Web browsing and editing document from the personal applications and content since they may be less secured.