Most organizations understand that breach response and vulnerability disclosure are a huge part of the security process. However, despite the disclosed breaches, organizations continue to miscalculate or underestimate the risk caused by mobile.
The number of data breaches caused by mobile devices has significantly increased in the past years. And mobile devices are already considered as the weakest link in the security framework.
Mobile devices are widely adopted in the world of business today. Moreover, they have taken on mission-critical status for most enterprises.
According to John S Chen, CEO at BlackBerry, and based on result of a survey of 800 CIOs and risk and compliance leaders*, “the number of data breaches caused by mobile devices had significantly increased in the past years. Mobile device is already the weakest link in the security framework“.
The constant availability and performance of Messaging and Collaboration applications are business critical for companies. Besides, emergence of new services accessible from multiple devices and from anywhere brings additional challenges that IT administrators need to take over.
Putting a new system in place comes with the responsibility of keeping it up and running, meeting the service-level agreement, and satisfying end users. For a BlackBerry administrator, all of these responsibilities are far more critical than putting the new system in place. As a best practice, we have seen software vendors help fine-tune, configure and even migrate users to the new platform.
Today, mobile devices are everywhere and business users have a need to access their data from anywhere and from multiple devices. Likewise, users’ experience with BlackBerry performance and availability is crucial to any deployments’ success.
We are glad to announce the general availability of the new GSX Monitor & Analyzer, which includes support for BES 12 high availability. Mobility—combined with the phenomena of BYOD and cloud computing—is transforming business and our industry, letting people work remotely from wherever they want. According to market research Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) & Enterprise Mobility Market will reach $284.70 Billion by 2019.
Let's start with a quick introduction to BES 12. BES 12 is the latest EMM solution from BlackBerry, it helps you do the following:
We are already reaching the end of the year and it’s time to predict what will be happening in 2015. In terms of Enterprise Mobility, end user demand is not fully satisfied by IT departments. Indeed, IT departments are facing two big issues; how to protect critical data and how to ensure an optimized service delivered to end users in a mobile friendly world?
Mobile security and enterprise after BYOD adoption are receiving a lot of attention of late. BlackBerry Enterprise Server allows corporations to remotely manage a fleet of mobile devices and applications while providing encryption, containerization and other features to improve security.