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BYOD: businesses embracing Apple iPhone, shunning BlackBerry

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Computing research reveals the iPhone is the most favoured device for business use, while organisations are most likely to avoid BlackBerry
24 Apr 2014

BlackBerry Messenger and Secure Work Space affected by Heartbleed security flaw in OpenSSL

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Security updates planned for BlackBerry Messenger and Secure Work Space – but most BlackBerry services don't use OpenSSL, says company
14 Apr 2014

BlackBerry agrees deal to sell off majority of its Canadian property assets

The Blackberry Z10 comes with a modified version of Bing Maps
Over three million square feet of Canadian real estate will be sold to "improve operational efficiencies"
21 Mar 2014

Severn Trent looking past BB10 with “much wider, holistic view” for five-year BYOD plan

“We’ve been a big customer of BlackBerry…” laments Hrycyk
14 Mar 2014

BlackBerry: Seeds of new ideas

Down but not out, BlackBerry's top brass laid out their plans for the next 12 months at Mobile World Congress. Peter Gothard had a front row seat
05 Mar 2014

MWC 2014: 'Good is not good enough,' says BlackBerry CEO Chen

Read the fine print and free is not free' says Chen of Good’s migration policy
27 Feb 2014

'We’re in the midst of the most disruptive, dramatic period in IT,' claims VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger

Pat Gelsinger likens shift to DEC's rise and subsequent acquisition by Compaq 25 years ago
26 Feb 2014

MWC 2014: BlackBerry "ready to compete" as CEO announces Q20, Z3, BES 12 and revised licensing

"We spread ourselves too thin," admits CEO John Chen
25 Feb 2014

Enterprise mobility – which platform should you choose?

Who is winning the race for dominance of the increasingly cut-throat mobile market? Can Windows Phone catch up? Is BlackBerry dead? What about Xiaomi? Stuart Sumner investigates
31 Jan 2014

Bye bye BlackBerry, it's software not hardware that will secure mobility, says Good CEO

Christy Wyatt tells Computing why she believes a focus on securing the device rather than the data on it is the wrong approach
27 Jan 2014

How Rocco Forte Hotels accommodates mobile needs of staff and guests

Rocco Forte Hotels group IT director Emmanuel Clave tells Danny Palmer how mobile devices and mobile solutions are improving day-to-day activities for both staff and guests
16 Jan 2014

Windows device shipments to jump by a third, says Gartner

Meanwhile Windows 8.1 is to get its first upgrade, according to screenshot leaks
09 Jan 2014

BlackBerry CEO favours enterprise over consumer market

"If there's a dollar I need to spend between the consumer space and the enterprise space I'll spend it on the enterprise space," says John Chen.
08 Jan 2014

BlackBerry cancels phone launches and 2014 conference

First Foxconn-partnership smartphone, code-named Jakarta, to come out in April 2014 instead
25 Dec 2013

BlackBerry revenues fall 55 per cent to $1.2bn; announces $2.7bn impairment charge

BlackBerry hints at revenue recognition issues over devices sold before John Chen became CEO
20 Dec 2013

Top 10 devices stories of 2013

The most memorable device-related stories of the past 12 months
11 Dec 2013

'We're still not dead yet,' new Blackberry CEO tells customers

Open letter from new BlackBerry CEO John Chen tells customers: “We're going back to our heritage and roots”
04 Dec 2013

TfL sees 500 per cent rise in employees tapping into BYOD scheme

Apple's iOS devices are most popular, Samsung is second most popular brand
28 Nov 2013

NCG Banco: 'We will continue supporting BlackBerry as a corporate solution'

Large Spanish bank installs BES 10 and over 1,600 devices, even as C-level BlackBerry staff are shown the door
27 Nov 2013

BlackBerry 10 to run Android apps directly in new year upgrade

Android .APK apps will run natively on BlackBerry 10, claims BlackBerry
27 Nov 2013

Three execs leave BlackBerry in management shake-up

Reshuffle marks John Chen's first major move in new role as BlackBerry CEO
26 Nov 2013

Living with the BlackBerry Z30

The first version of any product is normally far from perfect, and so it was with BlackBerry and the Z10, launched in January 2013. So the Z30, the fourth of the company's new smartphones based on the BlackBerry 10 operating system released this year, ought to be pretty good. Graeme Burton takes a look
18 Nov 2013

Lenovo bid for BlackBerry 'rejected by Canadian government'

Lenovo's bid to acquire smartphone maker BlackBerry was rebuffed by the Canadian government on security grounds
06 Nov 2013

BlackBerry takeover deal off as CEO Thorsten Heins is replaced by John Chen

BlackBerry backtracks on privatisation plan and opts for $1bn debt sale instead
04 Nov 2013