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* Mobile device management for 400 business owned iOS devices in Canada. * Container apps for secure mail, browsing, app management, and secure remote access.
We use it for mobile device management and email and calendar on the mobile devices. It has performed very well. You get the odd device where you need to reinstall it because something is broken.
We used BES UEM mainly for our regulated users to lock down devices. It provided us with extra security that we couldn’t achieve with other EMM solution.
It is for our personal mobile devices.
The solution is secure, because it is a container. However, the way I use it is to access my emails, my calendar, and the web browser to look for work-related projects.
Primary use is bring your own device scenario, not managing an iOS device, and keeping e-mails safely on our own private device.
It's corporate. We own devices, and there are BYOD devices nowadays. We're in quite a high-security environment in the finance world, so we have to make sure that we are able to contain our data. UEM and BEMS allow us to be able to remove data from devices, when needed, and protect it.
The primary reason that we use it for is notifications.
Our primary use case is the PIM, it's a personal information manager: mailbox, browsing, etc.
Our primary use case is mobile security and team members being able to access email and other functionality, in a secure manner. We were previously on Good Control, then we upgraded to UEM.
Email contacts and calendaring on mobile devices.
Primarily for mobile device management.
The primary use is to get mobile access for things like email, that is the most important thing; when you're traveling or not at the campus. We use it for access to email, to the internet and to office stuff when not in the office.
The BlackBerry Suite is used for mail, collaboration, instant messaging, and secure browsing.