Managing enterprise apps
Using BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12
BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12 can be used to manage BlackBerry, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices. As an Administrator, you can decide which apps are available and which ones must be installed.
Extensive information is available on our documentation site. For more information about managing apps within an enterprise, see the Administration Guide - BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12.
Using BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10
BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 can be used to manage BlackBerry, iOS, and Android devices. Administrators can decide which apps are available and which ones must be installed.
Extensive information is available on our documentation site. Documentation that may be of particular interest to developers includes:
Advanced Administration Guide - BlackBerry Device Service
- The BlackBerry Device Service is used to administer BlackBerry devices.
Advanced Administration Guide - Universal Device Service
- The Universal Device Service is used to administer iOS and Android devices.
Using BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5
BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5 can be used to manage sites that have not yet upgraded to BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12 .
For more information on using BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5 with Microsoft Exchange, see BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
Building your own admin tools
As a systems administrator, you probably perform the same set of tasks repeatedly. You can develop tools to help automate these tasks using BlackBerry Web Services .
For more information about admin tools that are available, see BlackBerry Web Services.