Thorsten Heins, CEO at RIM has mentioned many times how powerful the company’s next platform – BlackBerry 10 will be. He also stated that it’s base is future proof & reliable to last for the next 10years easily. In the recent presentation made in New York, the CEO stayed confident & shared a new ray of light for the enterprise sector. RIM is pitching the new phone to corporations as a replacement for desktop and laptop computers in offices over time. How is it possible? Well that’s one of powerful features RIM has up their sleeves. Let’s dig into it for more shall we?
RIM is introducing all new BlackBerry Enterprise Server(BES) 10 along BlackBerry 10 OS that leverage company’s IT dept. to access Workside of employees BlackBerry 10 smartphones over the air. They will be able to wipe out all of a company’s data on a phone when an employee quits, while leaving the former worker’s personal data, including photos, untouched. This is a perfect solution build by RIM for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) program with a solid security of all confidential data.
How Will BlackBerry 10 Replace Laptops & Computers?
RIM is pitching the new phone to corporations as a replacement for desktop and laptop computers in offices over time. Thorsten sketched out a situation in which BlackBerry 10 phones will act as building passes for employees who, once at their desks, will connect their BlackBerrys to keyboards and displays. This statement clearly approves that all BlackBerry 10 smartphones will sport a HDMI output slot to connect devices to large screen TVs, Monitors or even projectors. As expected the phone will share the display with the unit connected. Similar to BlackBerry PlayBook, BlackBerry 10 devices will also support connection to Bluetooth Keyboard & mouse without any issues. The video below explains how its done over PlayBook tablet & a normal consumer desktop monitor. With the same concept RIM shows their BES customers a new way to operate computer systems at offices cutting their budget costs overall. In short, the employee is carrying all work data on the move with the BlackBerry 10 smartphone. No need of Desktop PCs/Laptops. One just need a Monitor plugged in to his BlackBerry 10 smartphone at desk. How better the enterprise solution can get?Filed in: Articles, BlackBerry 10, News & Rumors