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I have just spent 3 days at a very successful IQPC end-user event in Brussels. The format of the show is unique in that it is designed as a heavily-vetted, match-making service between CIOs needing mobility solutions and a select set of relevant vendors keen on providing them. In the past, the Enterprise Mobility Exchange focused mainly on field mobility in utilities, telco and transport-logistics verticals, but this year the cross-section of attendees and speakers from an array of sectors and technology do
Field mobility is the old guard of enterprise mobility. It is in this tranche of the enterprise where hard business process enablement, productivity gains, cost reduction and real strategic dependency on mobility occurs. But as in the wider enterprise, today, new consumer-friendly form factors, location technologies and demand for mobile applications are forcing IT departments to look much wider than a siloed set of point solutions when crafting their mobile workforce strategies.
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At RIM's BlackBerry World on May 2, 2011, the company launched BlackBerry Balance addressing the need for companies to support the influx of BlackBerry devices and provide the same security and management you'd expect from the BES, but deliver the end-users the opportunity to utilize their own device and personal content.
With a BES 5.0 and BlackBerry 6.0 device IT organizations can better embrace BlackBerry personal use devices allowing end users to leverage personal applications and data, while providing strong BES-level device management and security. Features go beyond core management and security and include for example the ability to wipe corporate data with no impact to personal data and prevent copy and paste from an enterprise application to a personal application.
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