Mobile Device Management (BES UEM, 12, 10 and 5)

BYOD, short for "bring your own device" is now so prolific in enterprise IT that investment in a MDM solution factors heavily on how robustly the MDM solution supports this strategy. After assessing and implementing MDM solutions from Mobile Iron, Cisco Meraki, Airwatch and BlackBerry, we have decided to standardise on BlackBerry's very secure BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Manager MDM platform.

(BlackBerry UEM is the successor to BlackBerry's successful Blackberry Enterprise Service 12)

MDM Advantages:

  • Manage all devices in your mobile estate from 1 management portal
  • Deploy wireless network profiles, VPN profiles, client certificates, proxy credentials to all devices within your mobile estate easily
  • 2 Factor authentication and single sign-on authentication
  • Rollout changes en mass without having to involve mobile device users in the process

We recognise that the constantly evolving mobile landscape requires a literally herculean effort in order to keep pace and this is one of the areas where BlackBerry's Unified Endpoint Manager shines in our experience.

Having implemented BlackBerry's enterprise server from BES4 to it's current implementation BES Unified Endpoint Manager that supports all major mobile platforms (BlackBerry 10, Android, Android for Work, Android Wear, Apple IOS, Samsung Knox, and Windows phone), we are confident that an investment in BES UEM especially with BlackBerry's recent acquisitions and razor focus on security will result in a secure, future-proof, scalable MDM solution with amazing ROI.

Byte Iron doesn't just rely on our vast implementation and support experience with BlackBerry Enterprise Server/Service, we also have specialists who are BlackBerry Enterprise Service Certified System Administrators. This unique position allows us to ensure the best outcome for your MDM integration project.

Contact us now to discuss implementing BES12 in your organisation.

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