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  1. morganplus8's Avatar
    Speaking of RSI.. take a look at AAPL..

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    Oh yeah, the stock I love to short! I'm waiting for my chance to hit it again. BBRY is out performing AAPL and we have analyst day today to boot. AAPL will tap out at RSI = 85 as will BBRY unless they stun us with the numbers. I hate all things Apple, I have their latest tablet and that OS is so terrible, have you tried BlackBerry Blend on iOS? Boy does that experience suck. It's like going way back in time to multitask with that ancient OS. My dream one day is to see BBRY pop on such good news that we see AAPL sell-off! LOL

    OT ALERT!!! HALO:

    What? The stock is up on the week already?
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    11-13-14 09:10 AM
  2. Corbu's Avatar
    SF: 1 hour 50 minutes from now...
    11-13-14 09:11 AM
  3. bbjdog's Avatar
    BBM Meetings spotted then pulled off BBW ... Get ready !
    Attachment 314095
    Nope, spotted in Canada !
    - BlackBerry World
    Just downloaded from BBW

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    11-13-14 09:16 AM
  4. sidhuk's Avatar
    11-13-14 09:17 AM
  5. _dimi_'s Avatar
    Oh yeah, the stock I love to short! I'm waiting for my chance to hit it again. BBRY is out performing AAPL and we have analyst day today to boot. AAPL will tap out at RSI = 85 as will BBRY unless they stun us with the numbers. I hate all things Apple, I have their latest tablet and that OS is so terrible, have you tried BlackBerry Blend on iOS? Boy does that experience suck. It's like going way back in time to multitask with that ancient OS. My dream one day is to see BBRY pop on such good news that we see AAPL sell-off! LOL

    OT ALERT!!! HALO:

    What? The stock is up on the week already?
    Today will determine BlackBerry's success going forward. I can't imagine JC not firing on all cylinders.. it seems MOBL is a bit nervous today. Will today determine their future too?

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    11-13-14 09:18 AM
  6. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    haha, we <3 you (maneer of speaking) Achile

    Where Are All The People From 2013 Predicting BlackBerry's Demise? - BlackBerry Ltd. (NASDAQ:BBRY) | Seeking Alpha


    Edit: bling posting is "doing again", sry Sidhuck !
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    11-13-14 09:25 AM
  7. Corbu's Avatar
    11-13-14 10:30 AM
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    11-13-14 10:42 AM
  9. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    In ten minutes or so, I'll be able to put the questions above the answers :

    YES !!!

    YEEESS !!!

    YEEEEEEESSS !!!

    11-13-14 10:52 AM
  10. randall2580's Avatar
    live.blackberry.events if you want to watch live
    bungaboy likes this.
    11-13-14 10:58 AM
  11. morganplus8's Avatar
    Let the fireworks begin!! Ha! Whatever happens, its nice to see the stock make another 52-week high this year. Good Luck!
    11-13-14 11:01 AM
  12. La Emperor's Avatar
    Thanks Morgan...not only on clicks...
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    11-13-14 11:02 AM
  13. nlk10010's Avatar
    Just got an alert that Samsung and Blackberry are to partner on Mobile Security. Or was that a dream (I'm not saying good or bad)?
    11-13-14 11:04 AM
  14. slipstream89's Avatar
    eh? samsung?
    BlackBerry, Samsung Partner on Mobile Security - WSJ - WSJ

    right at noon all the news came out.. woah
    11-13-14 11:07 AM
  15. Ribes Nigrum's Avatar
    eh? samsung?
    BlackBerry, Samsung Partner on Mobile Security - WSJ - WSJ

    right at noon all the news came out.. woah
    Talking about partnerships. Wow.

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    11-13-14 11:09 AM
  16. helopilot06's Avatar
    Wow some big hitting news causing a nice SP jump today! Not really sure about the Knox partnership making sense for blackberry, other than expanding market penetration maybe?, but maybe someone with more knowledge could ellaborate on it.
    11-13-14 11:10 AM
  17. Corbu's Avatar
    Press Releases - News - Stockhouse

    BlackBerry and Samsung Partner to Provide End-To-End Security for Android

    BlackBerry and Samsung Partner to Provide End-To-End Security for Android

    WATERLOO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 13, 2014) - BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ:BBRY)(TSX:BB), a global leader in mobile communications, today announced a strategic partnership with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. to provide a highly secure mobility solution for Android™. As a result, early next year, enterprise customers will have a new choice: a tightly integrated, end-to-end secure solution that brings together BES12™: a cross-platform EMM solution by BlackBerry with Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets that are embedded with Samsung KNOX.

    "BlackBerry and Samsung's creation of an integrated enterprise solution for Android makes sense," said Bloomberg Head of Enterprise Mobility, Chris Behringer. "Security is a top priority for us, and this combined offering provides a new versatile option to the marketplace."

    With KNOX, Samsung has created a set of Android devices capable of safeguarding enterprise data with multiple layers of hardware- and software- based protection. BlackBerry brings to the partnership a class-leading cross-platform enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution and a highly secure network infrastructure. Working together, the companies can now offer enterprises with a new and highly secure mobility option.

    Options are critical for organizations looking to meet all their business and security needs. A global study released today(1) found that 76 percent of people in regulated industries say that the risk of legal liability and costly lawsuits will increase unless organizations make a concerted effort to adopt a comprehensive enterprise mobility management strategy.

    "We share the goal to provide enterprises with the most secure mobility solutions through this partnership with BlackBerry," said Injong Rhee, Senior Vice President of KNOX Business Group, Samsung Electronics. "Samsung KNOX is focused on delivering secure mobility solutions to enterprises and, combined with BES12, we will offer more options for customers that need enhanced levels of security on Android devices."

    "BlackBerry has developed a very close partnership with Samsung and we're committed to deepening the interaction between our engineering and product development teams for the long-term," said John Sims, President of Global Enterprise Services, BlackBerry. "It is a natural progression in our path to providing our customers with more alternatives to meet their evolving mobile needs. Samsung KNOX offers a number of hardware and software security features and our partnership allows us to tightly integrate these capabilities with BES12."

    With BES12 and Samsung KNOX, customers can take advantage of the following benefits:

    An integrated solution that brings together the secure connectivity and class-leading device, applications and data management capabilities BlackBerry is known for together with the security features embedded in Samsung Galaxy devices.

    Android security enhancements that reduce threats that bypass application security mechanisms while minimizing damage from flawed applications.

    Complete separation of business and personal data for uncompromised corporate security and employee privacy.

    A series of core security enhancements to better protect device integrity from kernel to apps.

    Enhanced user experience Workspace for a more flexible approach for enterprise deployment.

    Availability is expected in early 2015. Samsung will resell BES12 to joint customers and BlackBerry will offer KNOX support as part of the Gold family of BES12 subscriptions. Pricing will be announced upon availability.

    The ability to manage Samsung Galaxy devices with KNOX embedded is just one of the many features included in BES12. To learn more about BES12, visit BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12 ? BES 12 ? Download BES 12 - United States.
    Last edited by Corbu; 11-13-14 at 11:43 AM.
    11-13-14 11:11 AM
  18. Corbu's Avatar
    Press Releases - News - Stockhouse

    BlackBerry Announces Partnership with Brightstar to Deliver Enterprise Mobility Solutions

    Brightstar will distribute BlackBerry's cross-platform Enterprise Mobility Management solution

    WATERLOO, ON and MIAMI, FL--(Marketwired - Nov. 13, 2014) - BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ:BBRY)(TSX:BB), a global leader in mobile communications, today announced Brightstar Corp., the world's largest wireless distribution company and leader in services for the wireless industry, will be a distributor of BES12™: a cross-platform EMM solution by BlackBerry.

    Launched today, BES12 is the foundation for BlackBerry's extensive portfolio of enterprise security, productivity, identity and communication and collaboration services that will help organizations securely connect employees with each other and with the corporate information and machines that are required to get their jobs done. BES12 securely manages devices from all of the major enterprise mobile platforms.

    By adding BES12 to Brightstar's portfolio, customers will have the opportunity to adopt a single command and control center for managing the availability and usage of devices, apps, activities and mission-critical data.

    "As BlackBerry's long-standing partner, we're excited to offer to find global market opportunities for BES12 to help simplify the way mobility is managed while improving capabilities for better communication, productivity and security," said Arturo Osorio, Brightstar's President & COO. "BlackBerry's ability to extend security across multiple device platforms, including Windows Phone, iOS and Android, will be of particular interest to our customers who have to meet the demands of a diverse group of users."

    According to a global study released today, 68 percent of respondents believe that mobile devices are the weakest link in their enterprise security framework, and 66 percent of those surveyed acknowledge they find it difficult to keep up with current and emerging mobile threats. (1) To help enterprises mitigate security threats, BES12 provides end-to-end platform-level security that keeps an organization's data safe and secure while in transit and at rest.

    "As workforces become ever more mobile, BlackBerry leads the industry in developing solutions that provide flexibility and productivity without sacrificing security," said John Sims, President, Global Enterprise Services, BlackBerry. "BES12 leverages BlackBerry's trusted global infrastructure and provides expanded EMM capabilities that can manage any mobile device usage model, such as BYOD, COPE and COBO. We're excited to work with Brightstar globally to provide our solutions to enterprises more effectively to help mobilize their organizations."

    The BES12 platform seamlessly supports iOS, Android™, Windows Phone, BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry OS. The flexibility and scalability of the new BES12 architecture will allow customers to move easily and securely from on-premise environments to various cloud models, including private, public and hybrid.(2) For additional information on BES12 features, visit BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12 ? BES 12 ? Download BES 12 - United States.

    (1) BlackBerry and Loudhouse Research, "Mobility Risk Tolerance," September 2014
    (2) Private cloud today, and public cloud and hybrid architecture to come
    11-13-14 11:14 AM
  19. Shanerredflag's Avatar
    Brappitty brap...fill that gap

    Carry on.

    Passport'n stuff all day long.
    11-13-14 11:15 AM
  20. Shanerredflag's Avatar
    Speaking of RSI.. take a look at AAPL..

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    But it's them buying. Lol

    Passport'n stuff all day long.
    11-13-14 11:17 AM
  21. slipstream89's Avatar
    should have doubled down...GOOD LUCK TO ALL!
    11-13-14 11:19 AM
  22. Corbu's Avatar
    Press Releases - News - Stockhouse

    BlackBerry Announces New Partnerships and Broad Enterprise Portfolio

    BlackBerry expands enterprise solutions, raising the bar on security, productivity, communication and collaboration

    SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA and WATERLOO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 13, 2014) - BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ:BBRY)(TSX:BB), a global leader in mobile communications, announced today new partnerships, enterprise solutions and value-added services that will improve productivity, communication and collaboration for enterprises.

    Today's announcements during BlackBerry's Enterprise Portfolio Launch event in San Francisco include new partnerships, tools and technologies that further expand BlackBerry's enterprise portfolio spanning Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM), Identity & Access, and Communications & Collaboration. BES12™: a cross-platform EMM solution by BlackBerry serves as the company's foundation to control access, data and applications across all mission-critical endpoints and devices, supporting all major enterprise platforms.

    "Our Enterprise Portfolio, with BES12 at its foundation, does so much more than just manage cross-platform devices. Amongst many other capabilities, the portfolio provides easy and safe access to corporate data, manages an array of employee IDs, and offers new ways to securely and conveniently collaborate with colleagues," said John Sims, President of Global Enterprise Services at BlackBerry. "Today's announcements demonstrate that BlackBerry is delivering on our promise to design and develop enterprise solutions that drive secure communications and collaboration for our customers. Everything we and our broad-based ecosystem of partners, including systems integrators, mobile operators and distributors, do is to deliver greater productivity and efficiency to our customers."

    The new enterprise solutions and services announced by BlackBerry today include:

    EMM

    BES12, the foundation of BlackBerry's portfolio, securely manages apps and content across devices from every major mobile platform, including iOS, Android™, Windows Phone and BlackBerry devices. Vodafone, Rogers, SingTel and many more mobile operators around the world will resell BES12.

    • BlackBerry announced a strategic partnership with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. to provide a highly secure mobility solution for Android. As a result, early next year enterprise customers will have a new choice: a tightly integrated, end-to-end secure solution that brings together BES12 with Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets that include Samsung KNOX.

    BlackBerry Blend for the Enterprise is part of BlackBerry's EMM offerings and makes it possible for employees to maximize their productivity by securely accessing personal and work data from their BlackBerry smartphone on any desktop or tablet. With a foundation built on BlackBerry security, BlackBerry Blend revolutionizes IT administration by shifting from managing devices to managing information movement and reduces the need for VPN, lowering total cost of ownership.

    WorkLife by BlackBerry will allow enterprises to easily add a separate corporate phone number to personal devices brought in by their employees or for the employee to add a separate personal phone number to a corporate-liable device provided by the company. This will enable voice, SMS and data usage to be charged to the company while all other usage is charged directly to the employee, with no need to file and process expense reports or pay stipends. The solution will operate while on the home network as well as in roaming situations.

    IDENTITY & ACCESS

    • Announced today, Enterprise Identity by BlackBerry will provide organizations a simple way to manage secure access to cloud-based services, including Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and internal apps, with a single point of entitlement, control and audit.

    • Announced today, VPN Authentication by BlackBerry will provide easy-to-use, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)-based, two-factor authentication. This will allow mobile professionals to use something they know - their network credentials - with something they have - their iOS, Android or BlackBerry 10 smartphone - to achieve seamless and secure access to corporate content behind the firewall, eliminating the need for costly and inconvenient hardware tokens.

    COMMUNICATIONS & COLLABORATION

    BBM™ Meetings, announced today, provides a mobile-first collaboration app that allows voice and video conferences for groups of up to 25 people on BlackBerry 10 or Android smartphones, and also on Windows PC or Mac. The solution is specifically built to enhance the productivity of the mobile professional through the use of such features as Auto Join.

    • Offered in conjunction with BlackBerry's partner Secusmart, Secure Voice Solutions by BlackBerry demonstrates the company's commitment to being the first name in enterprise mobile security. The SecuSUITE for BlackBerry 10 is a key solution that has been selected by Germany's Federal Office for Information Security for classified communications between the country's highest public officials.

    BES12 and all of the value-added services within BlackBerry's enterprise portfolio will be offered as cloud services and priced on a subscription basis, allowing customers to avoid the need for heavy upfront investment.

    BlackBerry also announced a new survey and report on mobility risk tolerance, which highlighted the need for more optimal levels of risk management in EMM. The report found, for example, that only one in three organizations (35 percent) are very confident that their organization's data assets are fully protected from unauthorized access via mobile devices. Additional details on the report are available here.
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  23. Corbu's Avatar
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    BlackBerry Announces New Identity and Access Solutions Allowing Enterprises to Embrace Mobility and Cloud Services with Confidence

    BlackBerry's identity management pedigree used to develop solutions for VPN authentication and federated access to cloud services

    WATERLOO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 13, 2014) - BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ:BBRY)(TSX:BB), a global leader in mobile communications, announced today two identity and access solutions: Enterprise Identity by BlackBerry and VPN Authentication by BlackBerry. These solutions will enable enterprise workers to be more productive without compromising security or cost effectiveness.

    BlackBerry operates one of the largest global identity management services in the industry to support our BBM™ messaging service and the core BlackBerry service. This involves managing more than 200 million identities and processing more than 120 million identity transactions daily. BlackBerry is leveraging this core expertise and the supporting global infrastructure to enable these new identity and access solutions.

    "The proliferation of mobile devices and cloud services in the enterprise make identity and access even more challenging and important," said Rob Enderle of Enderle Group. "It is a mission-critical need to ensure appropriate access to resources while also meeting rigorous compliance requirements. Behind their decades of experience securing mobile environments, BlackBerry has become a leader in identity management. BlackBerry's identity and access solutions help simplify the important task of enabling the right individuals to access resources for the right reasons."

    Enterprises and their employees are relying more on the growing number of cloud based services that Forrester Research estimates will reach a market size of $133 billion in 2020(1). Enterprise Identity by BlackBerry will provide organizations a simple way to manage cloud-based services with a single point of entitlement, control and audit for all cloud services, including Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and internal applications. It will also make it easy for employees to access all their enterprise cloud applications by allowing them to use just one set of familiar network credentials.

    VPN Authentication by BlackBerry will be an entirely new way to securely connect increasingly mobile employees to their organization's network when and where it is needed. The solution will allow employees to use their iOS, Android™ or BlackBerry smartphone for two factor authentication, which means no user passwords or PINs. This will eliminate the need for the issuance, management and use of costly and inconvenient hardware tokens, helping minimize overall expenses and improve employee productivity.

    "BlackBerry is one of the world's largest identity providers- managing more than 120 million identity transactions each day," said John Sims, President, Global Enterprise Services, BlackBerry. "This experience and knowledge, combined with our strength in security enables BlackBerry to meet the growing use of the cloud and demand to access enterprise applications from any device, anywhere. We're offering new value added services that go beyond traditional EMM capabilities, because organizations need to shift gears and think about being mobile first. We're helping them achieve that goal."

    BlackBerry's identity and access solutions complement BES12™: a cross-platform EMM solution by BlackBerry launched today that manages iOS, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry devices.

    Enterprise Identity by BlackBerry benefits will include:

    Single point of control: Provides control over and management of access to a wide range of services, offering policies for entitlement and authentication. The solution helps achieve compliance, offering reporting and auditing across cloud services. And with the BlackBerry Identity Proxy, it's possible to securely take advantage of the power of an existing on-premise directory without copying or syncing sensitive corporate data to the cloud.

    One person, identity and sign on: An employee has one sign on for all their enterprise applications, eliminating the need for the employee to manage and recall many usernames and passwords. This improves the user experience, giving employees more seamless access to their business and productivity applications, and reducing calls to IT for password resets.

    Easy to deploy: A turn-key solution that is easy to deploy, Enterprise Identity by BlackBerry does not require significant investment for integration. It is standards-based and offers a host of pre-federated cloud services allowing a cost-effective solution to entitlement and access for all types of users.

    VPN Authentication by BlackBerry features will include:

    Reduce cost and hassle: Offering a user experience superior to traditional hardware tokens, VPN Authentication by BlackBerry also reduces overall IT hardware and support costs. It works with managed iPhone, Android and BlackBerry devices, including those that have already been deployed, offering superior value and equivalent or better security. And by eliminating support required for synchronization problems and PIN resets through the helpdesk, the solution helps reduce support costs and time wasted by employees.

    Secure and scalable: With Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) authentication and an on-premises server, VPN Authentication by BlackBerry keeps security high when moving away from traditional hardware tokens. And with Active Directory integration, IT can quickly deploy and control VPN access and configuration of user profiles.

    Flexible authentication options: The solution can be customized to an organization's policies and requirements, with tailored authentication methods for different user groups. Get two-factor authentication by choosing device or Active Directory credentials as the first factor, while one-click acceptance on the smartphone acts as the second factor.

    VPN Authentication by BlackBerry will be available for iOS and Android devices with BES12 and available for BlackBerry devices with BES5, BES10 or BES12. VPN Authentication by BlackBerry has no upfront or perpetual license costs, and will start at $3 USD per user, per month (billed annually). Enterprise Identity by BlackBerry and VPN Authentication by BlackBerry will be available later this year.

    For additional information on Enterprise Identity by BlackBerry visit: BlackBerry Enterprise ? BlackBerry Products & Services - United States.

    For more information on VPN Authentication by BlackBerry visit: www.blackberry.com/vpnauthentication.

    (1) Forrester Research Inc. "The Public Cloud Market Is Now In Hypergrowth" by Andrew Bartels, John R. Rymer, James Staten with Khalid Kark, Joanna Clark, Dominique Whittaker, April 24, 2014.
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  24. morganplus8's Avatar
    should have doubled down...GOOD LUCK TO ALL!
    I really like Chen, so honest, really delivers a message without the BS of others. So far, we are doing very well here.

    Important Update: I almost threw up when I read the praise of the KNOX system on Samsung phones, sure, that's why they partnered with BB, to help BB with their end to end security! Oh boy.
    11-13-14 11:23 AM
  25. bbjdog's Avatar
    Readings material

    BlackBerry in new business solutions push, inks partnerships (Thomson Reuters)

    By Euan Rocha

    SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 13 (Reuters) - BlackBerry Ltd unveiled its new mobile device management platform on Thursday and struck new partnerships aimed at bolstering its device security and management business.

    The BlackBerry Enterprise Service, or BES 12, will allow big clients like corporations and government agencies to manage and secure not just BlackBerry devices on their internal networks, but those that run on rival operating systems such as Google's Android and Apple's iOS.

    BlackBerry said it would team up with Samsung to provide a "highly secure mobility solution" for Android that couples the Canadian company's device management with Samsung Galaxy phones and tablets embedded with Samsung's KNOX software.

    The Waterloo, Ontario-based firm also announced a tie-up with Salesforce.com Inc. that will let clients in regulated industries such as healthcare use Salesforce software to securely access data via the BlackBerry platform.

    "When we think of mobile devices today, we think of tablets, smartphones and laptops, but very quickly we are going to have sensors, medical devices and a variety of 'connected things', so we're positioning the platform to be able to handle all of those things as well," Chief Operating Officer Marty Beard said in an interview at the BES 12 launch in San Francisco.

    "It looks as though BES 12 ticks all the boxes," said John Jackson, a technology analyst at IDC.

    "The challenges are it is just a phenomenally competitive environment full of very capable, very well-capitalized big guys like IBM and SAP."

    The new products and services, expected to be available in early 2015, are the backbone of Chief Executive John Chen's plan to turn around the smartphone pioneer, whose devices have lost ground to Apple's iPhone, Samsung's Galaxy devices, and a slew of other gadgets powered by Google's Android operating system.

    While still a player in the smartphone business, BlackBerry is pivoting to focus on services and the demands of a large base of enterprise clients that are increasingly grappling with data security concerns.

    BlackBerry said that its customers have registered for five million BES licenses since a migration push was launched in March, with some 30 percent of these prospective clients moving across from rival mobile device management platforms. (Additional reporting by Alastair Sharp; Editing by Alden Bentley)

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    11-13-14 11:24 AM
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