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BlackBerry Updates Its IoT-Focused Enterprise Mobility Suite

BlackBerry is adding new features to its 6-month-old BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Suite, giving it enhancements that will now let users securely access business data on unmanaged Windows or iOS laptops while also enabling companies to apply user policies for Microsoft Office 365 mobile applications. The expanded capabilities were unveiled by BlackBerry on June 20.

Using the BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Suite, IT administrators will now be able to manage and apply protection policies to Microsoft Office 365 mobile applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint using BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), according to the announcement. In addition, users of the BlackBerry Access secure web browser will now be able to safely work on business data with their personal or bring-your-own-laptop devices using Windows 10 or Apple MacOS computers, while users of BlackBerry Workspaces will now be able to add in-line comments, mentions and alerts in collaboration with other users.

26-Jun-2017 09:29:50
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