RIM CEO Heins is silhouetted during the BlackBerry World event in Orlando (Photo : Reuters)
Starting today, Research in Motion (RIM) is offering firms access to the BlackBerry 10 Enterprise Server as part of its Technical Preview program. Off the heels of the recent BlackBerry Jam World Tour Enterprise Edition, the company is funneling considerable resources towards developing a thriving app market for consumers whose primary concern is productivity.
"Beginning today, RIM will be visiting some of our enterprise and government 'early adopters' and getting them started with the BlackBerry 10 platform. At RIM, we've seen the power of our enterprise mobility management solution first-hand, and we are thrilled to share BlackBerry 10 directly with these leading organizations," says RIM CIO Robin Bienfaint (via Mobile News).
The BlackBerry 10 features BlackBerry Balance, which encrypts work data and separates personal use content on the upcoming smartphone series, and BlackBerry Flow, a suite of new gesture controls.
RIM will host an official launch event on January 30, at which two new models of the phone will be displayed. Until then, those in the Canada can pre-order the BlackBerry 10 all-touch handset at Rogers's website, according to a Mobile Syrup report.
The carrier's statement reads, "Rogers was the first carrier in Canada to launch BlackBerry and first in Canada to launch an LTE Network so we're thrilled to let you know that as of today, Rogers customers can be amongst the first in the world to reserve the BlackBerry 10 all-touch device online at www.rogers.com/reserve. Full details about BlackBerry 10 including, pricing, availability and specifications, will be announced in early 2013. For more information, visit: www.blackberry.com/BlackBerry10."
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