Don’t Believe The Hype: The Great BlackBerry Migration Myth

BlackBerry Fact Check

BlackBerry helped pioneer enterprise mobility and we continue to be a leader in enterprise mobility management (EMM). Yet, our competitors, including MobileIron, Good Technology and AirWatch, are sounding the proverbial alarm, arguing that companies must prepare for the ‘inevitable’ migration away from BlackBerry. Not surprisingly, our competitors are pushing out materials and conducting ‘informational’ webinars to try to woo away BlackBerry customers.

Before making a decision about something as important as investing in EMM, customers should get the facts — all the facts.

BlackBerry has the largest install base, an unparalleled global infrastructure, and the deepest understanding of how to provide secure, productive mobile collaboration and communications in the enterprise space.

But to listen to our some of our competitors, you’d think that as our customers open their doors to iOS or Android devices, they will — inevitably — have to migrate away from BlackBerry.

Click through to separate myth from fact.

With BES10, customers can cover the full range of mobility requirements with a single EMM solution — from the most open multi-platform BYOD environments to the most secure corporate-only use cases and everything in between. That’s something our competitors won’t tell you.

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