BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 Offered First by EE in UK

BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 Offered First by EE in UK

EE will be the first UK carrier to offer its business and public sector customers the BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10. By offering BES 10, customers will be able to utilize the Balance feature, which toggles the separation of work and personal data.

BES 10 provides the highest security for managing BlackBerry 10, iOS and Android devices. “Now businesses can get BlackBerry’s industry-leading security and mobility management solution on the UK’s best and fastest network,” commented Max Taylor, Director of Business at EE. “Alongside our Secure Mobility management software, the introduction of BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 means we are the only network operator to offer enterprise-grade security across all mobile operating systems, covering 3G and 4G devices.”

BES 10 will be available from EE on April 2nd, with prices starting from £14 per month for 1GB of mobile data. The plans include user licenses, server software and dedicated BlackBerry support from EE, with 4G available to be added for an additional £3 a month.

via TWE

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