BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 Gaining Steam

BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10: With BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) Enterprise Service 10, device management and security for BlackBerry, iOS, and Android devices is easier than ever before.

BlackBerry Ltd (BBRY) Enterprise Service 10 Gaining Steam

Although BBRY has gone through a few rough patches as of late, one thing has never changed: the fact that the company knows a thing or two about security.

With this service, you are able to get the control you need while giving users the experience they are looking for.

While you may not know the first thing about BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, the company is excited about the direction in which it is headed.

Since making its way to the public in January 2013, the service has continued to pick up steam in markets from one side of the world to the next. The company put a lot of time and resources into the development of Enterprise Service 10, ensuring that it offered all the features and security that users could ever want.

BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 has increased in popularity in many markets, but it has seen particularly nice gains as of late in the United Kingdom.

Did you know that more than one-third of FTSE 100 companies are using this service? This alone goes a long way in showing you that the biggest companies in the world know what Enterprise Service 10 brings to the table.

As if that stat is not interesting enough, there are more. For example, 60 percent of Fortune 500 companies who are existing BBRY customers have deployed Enterprise Service 10 for either test or commercial purposes.

Even more so is this: 25,000 BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 commercial and test servers have been installed globally.

There are many reasons why companies are turning to this service, including the security, support plans, ease of installation, and so much more. And of course, the free 60 day trial doesn’t hurt. This gives any organization the chance to test out the service, getting a better idea of whether it has what they are looking for.

BlackBerry has not been on a winning streak as of late, but this is one service that the company can be proud of. It is safe to assume that the popularity of BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 will continue to grow as 2013 comes to an end, both in North America as well as other markets throughout the world. Check back here for more updates.

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