Upgrade to BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.0 and Get a Free BlackBerry PlayBook!

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(Originally posted on the Inside BlackBerry for Business Blog)

If you’re an IT manager considering whether to update your organization to BlackBerry® Enterprise Server v5.0, you may want to act now. If you upgrade to BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.0 before December 31st, 2011, you’ll receive a free BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet! (For the terms & conditions associated with this offer, please visit www.blackberrymoveuptomore.com)

Why update your mobile environment to version v5.0? IT administrators will benefit from:

  • Advanced Mobile Management through a New administrative console
  • Built-in High Availability and Reliability
  • Enhanced Application Deployment and Management
  • BlackBerry® Enterprise Transporter Tool
  • and many more features

End-users will enjoy the benefits of:

  • Remote File Access
  • Email Folder Management
  • Enhanced Calendar Functionality
  • Synchronization of public and private contacts
  • Flag emails for follow up
  • Listen to Windows Media Audio (WMA) files
  • And more great features that enhance end-user productivity

Many organizations have already completed various stages of testing/piloting of BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.0, but in addition to this offer, there is one more reason why we think you should consider upgrading today: Participating BlackBerry partners are offering $400 off the BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.0 upgrade install service. So if your staff is busy on a hundred other projects, engage one of our resellers to do the heavy lifting and perform the complete installation, customized to your organizations’ exact requirements.

With a free BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, offers of $400 off installation services by selected partners, and a list of new server features as long as my arm, there’s never been a better time to Move Up To More!


Are you using BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.0? What features are you finding most useful? Are you still on a previous version of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server? What roadblocks are you facing in launching your upgrade efforts?

About Roger B.

Joining Research In Motion® (RIM) in 2001, Roger has worked in BlackBerry® Alliance Marketing, vertical segment marketing and product marketing. By leveraging this diverse background, for the past few years Roger has been involved with market research, analyst relations, and other research initiatives. A graduate of the Ivey Business School and MIT’s Executive program in Strategy & Innovation, Roger has been involved in technology marketing for the past 15 years working in Asia, Europe, and North America. Passionate about the impact technology has on people and processes, he brings this vast array of experiences together as a lead contributor to the “BlackBerry For Business” social media presence.

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