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BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12

29.10.14



BlackBerry have unveiled BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12 (BES12), a new cloud based enterprise mobility solution that is application-enabled and unifies BES10 and BES5 to one platform.

BlackBerry’s enterprise strategy is to extend beyond EMM to an application-based environment and ecosystem that provides a highly productive end-user experience. This will enable your organisation to develop and deploy new services to mobile devices faster.

BES10 is currently the only mobility management solution that meets the highest security demands of regulated industries and is also flexible enough for BYOD. This architectural development of BES12 is designed to ensure that the more than 80,000 existing BES customers can seamlessly migrate forward.

BES 12 will provide proactive monitoring and systems tuning, automated problem solving, as well as tools to develop and deploy secure enterprise apps across all supported platforms.
The new platform will focus on delivering the following core capabilities:

Backwards compatible & future proof
BlackBerry OS devices will be supported and the new platform provides foundation for customers to integrate new mobile endpoints, enhanced user self-service, advanced service management, highly scalable datacenter-grade deployments, and implement active-active high availability clusters for ultimate reliability.

Enhanced Multi-Platform Support
BlackBerry continues its commitment to providing multi-platform solutions and will add support for Windows Phone 8 in addition to already supported iOS, Android and BlackBerry 10.

Advanced Service Management
Proactive monitoring and systems tuning delivers a complete end-to-end perspective of the BES management platform and automates problem resolution.

Connect Cloud and Mobile
The flexibility and scalability of the new BES12 architecture will provide customers with the ability to move from on-premise to the cloud effortlessly and securely. The new platform will support all deployment models, including on-premise, public cloud, private cloud and hybrid environments.