Virtual and in-person attendees of this week’s second annual BlackBerry’s Security Summit will be able to learn about the latest mobile security threats, their impact on enterprise and government customers, and how we at BlackBerry are staying ahead of them.
The Summit, to be held Thursday morning in New York City, will feature a number of BlackBerry experts. Chief Security Officer David Kleidermacher will be discussing how BlackBerry is taking our strengths in cross-platform Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) and secure computing (see our Center for High Assurance Computing Excellence (CHACE) Initiative) to help ‘smart hospitals’ and other enterprises securely manage their Internet-of-Things-enabled medical devices.
Other speakers include CEO and Executive Chairman, John Chen, Chief Operating Officer Marty Beard, Vice President of Product Management Tim Choi, Corporate Strategy Vice President Jeff Holleran, Chief Technology Officer of our secure voice division, Secusmart, Christoph Erdmann, and more.
The next time you are shopping for a surprise gift for someone, consider using the Private Browser instead of the normal Browser on your BlackBerry 10 device.
Reason being, Private Browsing will prevent your device from storing any information – for example, any pages you may have visited, cached files, cookies and so on. In other words, any trace of websites you visit while using the Private Browser will be removed when it’s closed.
So, if you lend your device to a friend and they use the Browser, they won’t be able to see which websites you visited, which is great if you are planning a surprise!
Here’s how to turn on Private Browsing!
1. Open the BlackBerry 10 Browser
2. Tap the box icon in the bottom left corner (the red arrow)
3. From the menu that appears, tap Private Browsing
4. The Private Browser will open, denoted by a blue address bar as per the following screenshot
5. When finished with the Private Browser, close it like any other app on your device!
Tip: When you select Private Browsing, a new browser window will open, and the normal Browser will be minimized. To return to the normal browser, swipe up from the bottom your screen to minimize the Private Browser.
To learn about a feature on your BlackBerry 10 smartphone or troubleshoot an issue, there are several great options available to help. Visit www.blackberry.com/support for access to product manuals, how-to demos, tips and tricks, YouTube videos, support forums, knowledge base articles, Twitter support, and contact information for your region.
Most people do not realize that BlackBerry is a product and services company first that just happens to make wonderful smartphones. The Internet of Things (IoT) movement continues to push forward and BlackBerry is working hard to position itself as a major player in the game.
Check out the video below for a glimpse of what BlackBerry has to offer for the Internet of Things.
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We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again now: BlackBerry Blend is the best productivity booster, and with the latest update, BlackBerry Blend 1.2, navigating and interacting with your BlackBerry device messages and content has never been easier.
Think about it for a second – How much more work could you complete by bringing the power of your BlackBerry to your computer and tablets?
Skeptical? Read these numerous reviews from media and users. Still not convinced? Donny Halliwell (you remember him) has had a few close calls, but thanks to Blend, was able to stay on top of things…TWICE.
What’s New with BlackBerry Blend 1.2
Available on PCs and tablets running Mac, Windows, iOS and Android, BlackBerry Blend 1.2 will take your productivity to the next level with these new features:
- BlackBerry Blend dashboard application navigation, updated user interface redesign:…
When BlackBerry launched BES12, we introduced our most complete, simplified and secure mobility management platform yet. Since then, our teams have been hard at work developing enhancements such as government and security advancements for BlackBerry 10 devices and an improved administrator experience, and today we’re happy to announce additional BES12 on-premise updates for our EMM customers.
Introducing BES12 version 12.2
Through a single command and control center, BES12 supports any type of deployment model – BYOD, Corporate Owned Personally Enabled (COPE) and Corporate Owned Business Only (COBO) – and all major mobile platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry. BES12 also integrates with Samsung KNOX and Android for Work, creating true end-to-end security for Android smartphones and tablets.
In the latest version of BES12, version 12.2, we are further expanding our multi-OS capabilities. Key updates include:
- Samsung KNOX Workspace. Samsung KNOX provides comprehensive hardware to software…