BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Suite Benefits

Matt Cooper
Infrastructure engineer at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
It allows our mobile users to access email, contacts, calendaring, documents, and collaborate with users, all on their own mobile devices. They no longer need to always have their laptops with them to respond to an email, to edit a document, or to share information with fellow employees, or vendors. View full review »
Susan Gilliland
technical support analyst lead at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have client audits, as well as financial, government, and security audits, that we have to comply with. Mobility is always on these audits. Typically, when we provide whichever client or auditor with what mobile solution that we utilized to secure our mobile data, we usually do not have any issues passing audits from a mobile perspective because of the security around the containerized security versus using something else that would use a native email app from an iPhone or an Android. In addition, we do have a lot of functionality additional enhancements enabled in our test environment that we will be rolling out in the next quarter. View full review »
ITSysAdma3e2
IT Sys. Admin Front office
People were used to accessing their email, etc., as we had BlackBerry Enterprise Service before. That's the biggest benefit, that you have your access to email, agenda, to your contacts when you're traveling around. It was also an improvement when we got the Tasks and the Notes as well as Connect for Skype For Business. Those are the apps that brought improvement View full review »
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SeniorTe8d5e
Senior Technologist at a legal firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has allowed us to manage many different mobile device platforms, like Windows 10, Android, Apple, and BlackBerry 10, all through a single pane of glass. It has been quite effective at doing this. There has been improvements in how we know what software is available on devices, so there is better reporting. It has given us good visibility for maintaining compliance as far as operating system versions go. It is a very comprehensive solution. View full review »
MobilePrff05
Mobile Product Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The functionality with UEM and BlackBerry Works, the shared calendar, is a massive improvement for us. We've always been asked for that from the early days. The extra security that goes with it is also helpful. We have had some issues, and we are asking for some improvements. But I think the move from Good for Enterprise to BlackBerry Work is positive for us. We're getting very positive feedback on the user experience. View full review »
Daniel Weber
Administrator at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We are using BlackBerry Work applications for accessing emails, calendars, and contacts. The users are happy to have an easy way to have access to emails on the go. The most important thing for us is to have quick communication by email and phone calls on mobile, because with many users, we are on the go every day, which is very good. View full review »
HeadOfMo6d43
Head of Mobility at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has improved the ability of our mobility users, such as business partners, to collaborate with their clients a lot more freely and without having to carry multiple devices. It also improved the way all the applications work together. The activation feature was a big improvement from the UEM. It was a big improvement to activate applications with one authentication. That was a big plus for the user experience. View full review »
SystemsE70a2
Systems Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Compared to the product that we upgraded from, we have received great responses from our end users who are appreciative of the following: * They can access their calendar in events better than the other product that we were using. * They can access their attachments. * It is a faster connection. * The interface is much better than what we had previously. * It is overall great for setup. * It has good ease of use. * It's intuitive. View full review »
NetworkE048b
Network Engineer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It allows me to be able to access my email when I do not necessarily have my computer with me. I can also access my calendar when I am on public transport or outside of the office. View full review »
SeniorAdvi548
Senior Adviser IT at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
The main benefit is having email wherever you are and having access to your calendar wherever you are. View full review »
Harry Wang
Messaging Engineer
Prior to BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Suite (BEMS) or its predecessor, users could not be notified of their mobile messaging arriving on their device. They had to pull it, but this is a push function. Users rely on it. People want to know where to get devices when a message arrive. Whenever we have issues, people rely on the ability to check messages promptly. View full review »
MoblityL2cfa
Moblity lead at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most important aspect was for us is to have better security. It gives us the ability to have a container and the most secure possible application. It gives us the most secure situation. View full review »
Joel Lepine
Senior Manager with 10,001+ employees
BlackBerry UEM is an improvement over BlackBerry Good for Enterprise - barely. We have good policy control with mobile devices and have a streamlined provisioning process with Apple DEP and BlackBerry UEM. View full review »
Dhruv Patel
Mobility Infrastructure Specialist at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
It didn’t help us because we ran into lot of issues, and BlackBerry support couldn’t figure out the issues in a timely fashion. View full review »
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