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Is Your Enterprise Mobile Strategy Good? Now It’s Even Better with BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Suite

Ever since BlackBerry acquired Good Technology about a year ago, we’ve been hard at work bringing their software products into the BlackBerry enterprise software portfolio. Today we’re announcing a rebranding of the former Good products to reflect the successful completion of these integrations.  692 more words

Enterprise Software & Security

BlackBerry UEM: Securing Your Enterprise from a Single Console

As security shifts from the network of computers to the network of endpoints, IT managers and traditional security software players are scrambling to keep up. Today’s enterprise networks are both expansive and rapidly growing, with laptop and desktop PCs, tablets and smartphones, wearables, and an emerging tsunami of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. 825 more words


Unveiling a Comprehensive Mobile-Security Platform for the Enterprise of Things

The Internet of Things is revolutionizing many things, and one of those is how we do business. Gartner says there are already more than 2 billion connected sensors, trackers and other devices used by businesses to… 769 more words


Pants-less Mike Pence Look-Alike Collects Donations for Planned Parenthood, Says VP-Elect's Policies Make Him 'Afraid'

In a sobering post-election period, Glen Pannell has figured out a way to make us smile — one pants-less donation at a time.

The graphic designer and actor bears more than a passing resemblance to Vice President-elect Mike Pence, and now he is using that genetic stroke of luck to help others as a part of a tongue-in-cheek impersonation that also raises money for causes close to his heart. 599 more words


What small businesses can learn from the video game industry

The video gaming industry is huge. Last year the international video game revenue was estimated to be $91.5bn. In the UK, the industry is reportedly worth £4.1bn. 698 more words

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Amazon debutes first AWS Region in Canada

Amazon is launching a new Amazon Web Services Region today, its first in Canada, in Montreal. The AWS Canada (Central) Region will offer two Availability Zones as of its launch today, which basically means there are two separate physical data center spots separated by enough distance that a physical event affecting one should not affect the other. 104 more words