Canadian manufacturer Research In Motion will release BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, its newest smartphone management tool for organizations, in India today and will be launched in twenty more nations later on. The high end enterprise mobility management solution for the first time will surpassing managing BlackBerry & will permit firms to manage smart phones & slates based on Android & iOS as well.
The new enterprise solution arrives a week prior to the release of BlackBerry10 smart phones. The Canadian company, though, would release BlackBerry 10 thingies in India merely in the second half of February.
With BlackBerry Enterprise 10, Research in Motion has modified its billing mechanism to be depending on the number of users & not the amount of gadgets. Research in Motion will charge corporate consumers $99, or approximately Rs 5,300, each user for this tool irrespective of the amount of thingies or OS.
RIM officials stated that the cost per user will rely on volumes & the level of security given. For example, a firm of 400 employees purchasing BlackBerry Enterprise 10 might be asked for approximately $50, or Rs 2,700, per user. In addition, senior executives might need higher security & thus might be charged higher than mid management level staff members.
As per the market research company IDC, global mobile enterprise management marketplace will increase to $1.8billion (approximately Rs 9,600 crore) by 2016 & a tenth of the incomes will arrive from Asia Pacific. Thus, first releasing BlackBerry server in India makes quite sense.