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BlackBerry says making headway with corporate, government clients

04
Dec
2013

By Euan Rocha TORONTO (Reuters) – The number of large business and government clients that have installed or are testing BlackBerry Ltds mobile device management service has risen roughly 20 percent over the past six months, the embattled smartphone maker said on Tuesday. BlackBerry, which recently halted plans to sell itself and shook up its management team, said large customers such as Morgan Stanley and Boeing Co are currently running and testing its BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES). The product allows such companies to securely manage devices that run on Apples iOS operating system and Googles Android operating system as well as BlackBerry devices on their internal networks. Apple and Android devices have eclipsed BlackBerry and now dominate the smartphone market.

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