Enterprise Mobility Management

Devices, Apps, Content.
Productivity protected.

Unparalleled security, scalability and lowest total cost of ownership1 enable breakthrough mobile possibilities.

Control, security and productivity



Businesses of all sizes have high hopes that advances in enterprise mobility will bring innovation and new levels of end user productivity, without exposing corporate data to increasingly frequent cyber attacks.

To take full advantage of workforce mobilization, enterprises will need to move beyond short-term management solutions and adopt a comprehensive Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution designed to meet today’s challenges and whatever lies around the corner.  

All-Purpose Management

Comprehensive cross-platform EMM

Your EMM solution will need to manage an increasingly complex mobility environment, with a mix of mobile end points, operating systems, risk profiles and ownership models, including corporate owned, personally enabled (COPE) and bring your own device (BYOD).

Built-In Security

End-to-end security

The need for embedded security increases as mobile end points store more and more applications and critical data. An EMM solution designed from the ground up with security in mind is the most effective means of providing comprehensive risk management without getting in the way of end users.

Mobile Device Management (MDM)

Mobile device management (MDM)

Comprehensive, flexible and highly scalable MDM is a must-have for organizations supporting diverse devices, operating systems and ownership models.

Mobile App Management (MAM)

Mobile app management (MAM)

Enterprises need a MAM strategy that gives IT the oversight to safeguard corporate data and end users the freedom and flexibility to be productive.

Mobile Content Management (MCM)

Mobile content management (MCM)

Anywhere, anyplace collaboration and communications capabilities can be complex and costly, as well as laden with security risks. Sharing, syncing and protecting corporate content from outside the firewall requires an EMM solution with comprehensive and sophisticated MCM capabilities.


Streamlined user experience

A modern-day EMM solution automates management tasks for both end users and administrators. Integration with enterprise directories, for example, enables IT to automate the distribution of apps to both groups and individuals.


Scalable architecture

Employees are accessing corporate data through an increasing number of connected devices. Given the expected surge of wearables and Internet of Things-enabled devices into the enterprise, scalability is a core requirement of a future-focused EMM solution.

Protection From Cyber Attacks

Protection from cyber attacks

Industry experts believe that mobile end points will become increasingly attractive targets for cyber criminals. Organizations that fail to safeguard their digital assets face severe consequences, including operational disruptions, financial losses, lawsuits, regulatory fines and irreparable damage to reputation and competitive standing.

Archiving & Auditing

Archiving and auditing

Organizations that handle sensitive customer information must comply with strict archiving and auditing requirements. Running afoul of these increasingly onerous rules and regulations could result in severe financial penalties from regulators and litigation.

Deployment Flexibility

Deployment flexibility

An effective EMM solution will support multiple deployment scenarios, including on-premise, cloud and hybrid. Deployment flexibility enables organizations to strike an optimal balance between security, complexity and cost concerns.

Meet your needs with BlackBerry

BES12 is the only EMM solution that supports the full spectrum of mobile device ownership models, from the most conservative corporate-only policies all the way to BYOD. It manages smartphones and tablets based on BlackBerry, iOS, Android, Samsung KNOX and Windows Phone operating systems from a single console.

  1. 1Enterprise Mobility Management: A review of Total Cost of Ownership Whitepaper, Strategy Analytics, May 2014 – www.blackberry.com/tco