BlackBerry has made its BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10) available as a hosted service through third-party partners worldwide.
In a statement BlackBerry said that BES10 hosted provides the benefits of BlackBerry enterprise mobility management (EMM) and advanced security capabilities with the convenience of hosted IT administration.
BES10 Hosted enables organizations to benefit from BlackBerry’s secure network while leveraging the expertise of a BlackBerry hosting partner to manage their IT environment.
With BES10 Hosted, channel partners can manage and secure iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices to meet their clients’ diverse mobile business requirements, said company officials.
“BlackBerry’s BES10 Hosted is focused on providing more choices and flexibility in how enterprise customers can manage their mobile environments,” said John Sims, president, Enterprise Services of BlackBerry.
This would provide customers a container option for all supported devices. Besides, it provides application management capabilities such as ability to distribute public apps, custom apps and centrally manage work apps.
“BES10 Hosted is a scalable solution that can be leveraged by small businesses to global enterprises alike. Hosting partners will also be able to offer silver and gold tiers of BES10 to meet the security, device and application management needs of their customers,” said company officials.