Last week’s BlackBerry 10 device and OS launch has left some relieved – and others frustrated – that they’ll have to wait until March for the BlackBerry Z10, the long-awaited latest device from the company formerly known as RIM, to be available in the US.
While the delay means eager BlackBerry fans in the US must hold out with their BlackBerry 6 or 7 devices a little longer, IT organizations have gained a little more time to mull migration strategies in light of changes to BES. Devices won’t be here for a while, and BlackBerry’s latest enterprise mobility management suite, BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, was only recently released on January 23.
BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 is intended to simplify Enterprise Mobility Management by consolidating BlackBerry’s enterprise portfolio into one service offering, but poses some interim challenges for enterprises not ready for migrating everything – devices and servers – to BlackBerry 10.
To help enterprises address those challenges, Wireless Analytics reveals the top 9 things IT needs to know about BlackBerry 10.