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  • Wireless Mobility with BlackBerry
  • What’s in it for me?
    • The BlackBerry Platform
    • BlackBerry Software Offerings
    • Mobilizing Applications
    • BlackBerry Mobile Voice System
    • The BlackBerry
    • Platform
  • Competitors Focus on the Surface
    • Look at what’s beneath the surface.
    BlackBerry is more than just a smartphone with a keyboard.
    • Complete end to end solution
    • Scalable & manageable
    • Rich programming environment
    • Low cost of ownership
    • Secure, secure, secure
    • Support for all major email environments
    • Always On, Always Connected: real push
    • Long battery life
    • Extensive network coverage
    • Hardware and software integration
    • NOC-based architecture
    • Transparent and predictable TCO
    • Known costs for hardware, software, wireless data and support
    • Proven and demonstrable ROI
    • BlackBerry users report that they recover 60 minutes in downtime each day (250 hours per year)
    • BlackBerry increases team efficiency by 38%
    • BlackBerry Net TCO per user totals US$1,085
    • BlackBerry ROI is conservatively calculated at a minimum of 238%; payback period of 5 months
    Value equals *2007 IPSOS Reid BlackBerry ROI Study
  • Key Enterprise Services
    • Desktop (Email/PIM)
    • Microsoft Exchange (47%)
    • Lotus Notes Domino (39%)
    • Novell Groupwise (13%)
    • Real Time Computing
    • Lotus SameTime
    • Microsoft Live Communication Server
    • Novell Groupwise IM
    • Intranet/Web Services
    • SAP
    • Oracle/Siebel
    • Web Services
    • .NET
    • Many, many others
    • Voice Systems
    • Legacy PBX
    • VoIP
    • Hybrid Systems
    BES 4.1
    • BlackBerry Software
    • Offerings
  • BlackBerry Solution Portfolio BIS BlackBerry Professional Software Exchange and Domino Available Enterprise BES Segment Small (SOHO) Small / Medium Large Employees 1 - 19 20 - 499 500+ BlackBerry Solutions
  • BlackBerry Professional Software vs. Enterprise BES RIM Confidential Feature BlackBerry Professional Software BlackBerry Enterprise Server Target Market (Max Users) SMB (30) Enterprise (Thousands) Runs on Email Server Yes – certified Not recommended Support for Mobile Voice Services Not in first release Yes Email Platforms Supported Microsoft® Exchange, IBM® Lotus® Domino®, GroupWise® in roadmap Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Domino, GroupWise CAL Model Both SMB & Enterprise CALs Enterprise CAL model BlackBerry MDS Java & Browser apps only Third party applications Yes Wireless File / Media Access No No IT Policy Approach IT Policy Templates (>400 policies) Over 400 IT Policies Installation Simplified for SMB BlackBerry Enterprise Server Standard Software Pricing (MSRP) $499 with 5 CALs $849 with 10 CALs $3,999 with 20 CALs Software Distribution ESD & CD via Channel ESD & CD via Channel Localization EFIGS (SW and Documentation) English & Japanese (4.1.4J) Documentation in EFIGS Upgrade to BlackBerry Enterprise Server Yes, with Upgrade Service Pack NA Support Model Carrier & RIM Technical Support Carrier & RIM Technical Support
    • Mobilizing Applications
  • Extensibility Options for BlackBerry Increasing Complexity and Specialization Size of Company Hosted Applications MDS Studio Alliance Partner Application Platforms Custom Java Application Personal Productivity Time and Cost
  • BlackBerry ISV Community Sales Force Automation Field Service Automation Fleet Management and Dispatch ERP – SCM, HR, Financials, CRM Unified Communications Business Intelligence IT Systems Management Document Management & Printing
  • BlackBerry MDS-JMA Scenario BlackBerry Enterprise Server Port 3101 MDS Service Active Content Servers Database Database Application Server 1 Database Application Server 2 Alliance Partner Custom Application Server Email Servers Instant Messaging Server Intranet Server
  • Sales Dashboard View Data via Graphs & Charts One Hand Navigation via “Tab” Interface View Performance for Regional Managers
  • CRM
  • Help Desk Infoman
  • Remote Server Management – Rove Mobile
    • Mobile Admin from Rove Mobile
    • Remote management of servers using BlackBerry
      • MS Windows, Active Directory and Exchange
      • MS DHCP, SQL, IIS, DNS and Cluster Servers
      • Lotus Domino
      • Novell
      • BlackBerry Enterprise Server
      • Oracle, Citrix, RSA, Veritas, VMware and more
    • Resetting passwords, rebooting, print services…
  • Emergency Communications – MDS Developed Excel Data Data Optimized & Pushed to Device
  • Emergency Communications – Wallace Wireless
    • Stay in communication even when the mail server is down
      • Never lose message history
      • Changes to the database are done automatically
    • Mass Notifications
      • Pre-defined messages
      • Provide concise response to an emergency or incident
    • BlackBerry access for HAZMAT incidents
      • Extensive chemical databases
      • HAZMAT response guidance
    • BlackBerry Mobile
    • Voice System
  • BlackBerry Mobile Voice System
    • BlackBerry MVS is designed to help Enterprise users
    • and Admin with the following:
      • Help Others Reach Me
      • Help Me Reach Others
      • Extend Telecom Admin to Mobile
    • MVS Components:
    • BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.1+
    • Device Software v4.2.1+
    • Ascendent Voice Mobility Suite v4.5+
  • Security Problem Solved: User Authentication Through Secure Data Channel Internet PSTN Dialing an Extension via the PBX Encrypted signaling datagram Call Initiation request Outbound call to BB Calls bridged together Voice BES PBX Data Ascendent Server PRI, ISDN, or SIP Call Dropped In Seamlessly to User
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