Let BlackBerry Manage Your Identity

While BlackBerry has gone through an Identity Crisis in recent times, many enterprises are currently going through an identity crisis of their own. 

As Cloud based Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions are adopted by enterprises, or in some cases introduced to enterprises through their employees in BYOS (Bring Your Own Software/Service) scenarios, Enterprises are faced with managing an increasing number of identities. That is to say, each Cloud service requires its own username and password which demands an employee remember multiple usernames ...

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Win a BlackBerry Passport or Classic With Health Pro!

Recently, Fire Chest Apps released a native BlackBerry 10 app that caters to health care & medicine called Health Pro - which aims to change the way you monitor and manage your health.

What differentiates this app from other health apps; is that it can handle the health records of more than one patient. So, taking care of your family and keeping a tab on their fitness is in your hands with Health Pro. 

The app is not only beneficial in recording your personal health related ...

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BlackBerry and Telkomsel Announce Pre-Order for BlackBerry Classic in Indonesia

Indonesians rejoice - BlackBerry has opened up pre-orders for the widely praised BlackBerry Classic. From the 16th, until the 24th of this month - Telkomsel customers can pre-order the device for an April shipping date.

Press Release:

BlackBerry and Telkomsel today announced a pre-order offer for BlackBerry® Classic™ for customers in Indonesia, available exclusively through Telkomsel, the country’s largest network operator. The no-nonsense smartphone is built to meet the needs of productive people who appreciate the speed and accuracy that can be found with a physical ...

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The App Neutrality Debate

Earlier I discussed how I believe that John Chen plans on bringing people back to the devices by allowing for the bulk of BlackBerry Apps to be available cross-platform. The precursor was his open letter and stating that he believed that apps should be a part of the net neutrality debate – so for the time being let’s refer to this as app neutrality. App neutrality is essentially the idea of forcing all apps to be available on all platforms. In order to get a ...

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Webcast: Everything You Need to Know About BES12.1

BES12.1 is the newest release of BES12, a cross-platform EMM solution by BlackBerry® that lets you manage enterprise mobility across iOS, Android™, Windows Phone®, Samsung KNOX and BlackBerry® devices. Built on BlackBerry’s trusted, global network, BES12.1 makes managing enterprise mobility efficient and secure. BES12.1 introduces a new, scalable architecture and streamlined user experience that consolidates enterprise mobility management (EMM) control in a single, powerful console. The new attribute-driven, endpoint-permissions mode provides strict control of devices, applications and data, by-person or by-group, more ...

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Kloudmix - Native Mixcloud Client for BlackBerry 10 Released On BlackBerry World

Today Brandon Orr, the developer of PinGuin and BeeCount, has released the first Native Mixcloud.com client for BlackBerry 10 called Kloudmix.

Kloudmix has been in development in the BlackBerry Beta Zone for the past few months and is built-completely in native cascades, allows users to login to their account, favourite mixes, follow other cloudcasters, as well as upload their own mixes to the service. Further adding to this functionality is the app’s integration with the BlackBerry 10 OS system’s NowPlaying toast, music control shortcuts ...

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Rumour Roundup

Welcome to BlackBerryCentral's Rumour Roundup!

Each Tuesday, we'll bring you the most interesting rumours in the BlackBerry community and let you know if there's any real supporting evidence. Devices, OS's, and more hot topics - it's your one-stop post to get the latest rumours.

Rumour

BlackBerry and T-Mobile in talks

Source

Community Speculation, Twitter, Forums

Confirmations

Since T-Mobile released some less-than-kind marketing aimed at BlackBerry users, there has been a lot of speculation regarding which direction their relationship was heading ...

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BlackBerry and T-Mobile: Torn Ties or Possible Partners?

It’s certainly no secret that the way things ended between T-Mobile and BlackBerry wasn’t cheerful or even amiable. From my outside perspective, they made a bad marketing move and John Chen did what he had to in order to protect his brand. Yet, back in the early days of RIM becoming the mass device of choice, T-Mobile was a huge supporter - and I've been with them since my first BlackBerry, the Pearl 8100.

I’ve had to separate my feelings for the two companies, like an in ...

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