1. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    And, for once ... N.A first ?

    http://business.t-mobile.com/corpora...tions/bescloud

    T-Mobile Hosted Mobility Management Service

    HMMS BES Cloud Solution
    Exclusively from T-Mobile


    Get cost-effective Hosted Mobility Management Services for legacy BlackBerry, BB10, iOS and Android devices.

    Your commitment to BlackBerry has paid off for years, and with T-Mobile, it can continue paying off in the future. Only T-Mobile offers the Hosted Mobility Management Service (HMMS) with BES10 in the cloud! It's scalable and can help you transition to BB10, iOS and Android devices – on your timeline —no forklift required! Better still, we'll handle this portion of the back end and support so your IT staff can focus their efforts on growing your business.
    Transition from your legacy devices.
    Migrate to the latest capable smartphones while potentially extending the life of your BES 5 investment

    • Cloud-hosted BES10 Server. Rent only what you need with our scalable subscription model and you can redirect capital investment costs not being used to purchase excess capacity for other purposes.
    • Server configuration, maintenance, and updates. T-Mobile’s HMMS offer will handle setup, installation, and maintenance of your BES10 server so you can focus on issues at the heart of your business.
    • 24/7 support. T-Mobile can supplement or complement your IT department and take calls at practically any time.
    • On-premises deployment if needed. T-Mobile can help your deploy on-premises solutions for government agencies and others prohibited from using cloud-hosted solutions.
    • Save time, money, and resources with the help of T-Mobile HMMS BES Cloud Solution. You’ll get virtually end-to-end support for your OS needs, including iOS, AndroidTM, and new and legacy BlackBerry devices. Help free up your IT department to take care of the business that matters most.
    Thanks to Martin Chmiel ‏@SurrealCivic on Twitter.

    Read / comment it also in the CB Blog : http://crackberry.com/t-mobile-begin...-bes10-servers
    Last edited by Superfly_FR; 12-09-13 at 10:16 AM.
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    12-09-13 09:29 AM
  2. anon1727506's Avatar
    Great news, glad to see carriers offering these services....

    Need to see pricing, and more importantly need for Verizon to announce it. Does T-Mobile even have many corporate accounts? Maybe it just the area, but most of the corporate accounts I'm aware of are either on Verizon on AT&T. Both Sprint and T-Mobile have very spotty coverage, which is strange as Nextel (now Sprint) was once the KING in this area with their push-to-talk coverage being the best.
    12-09-13 09:40 AM
  3. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    Great news, glad to see carriers offering these services....

    Need to see pricing, and more importantly need for Verizon to announce it. Does T-Mobile even have many corporate accounts? Maybe it just the area, but most of the corporate accounts I'm aware of are either on Verizon on AT&T. Both Sprint and T-Mobile have very spotty coverage, which is strange as Nextel (now Sprint) was once the KING in this area with their push-to-talk coverage being the best.
    If I remind correctly, BlackBerry will also offer the service, as described in : Cloud Mobility Management from BlackBerry

    Discover a purpose built cloud solution, designed to meet both business and end user needs. Setting up and on-boarding users and groups, deploying apps and applying the right security settings could not be easier and will require no IT experience, servers or software.

    Users get the work information they need to be more productive and efficient on the go without impacting their personal use and privacy. You can be confident that all mobile content across employee-owned (BYOD) and company provided devices is fully protected. And you get the added peace of mind that comes with technical support as standard.

    All this in a flexible package that will cost less than a cup of coffee a month
    *.
    12-09-13 09:48 AM
  4. geoffsdad's Avatar
    Now if they can just bring back consumer models to their retail units

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    12-09-13 10:06 AM
  5. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    Now if they can just bring back consumer models to their retail units
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    Please note it's available for iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices ... they don't have to wait for BB10 massive sales to grab the penny on it.
    Oh mama ... #IlikeThat
    12-09-13 10:17 AM
  6. anon1727506's Avatar
    Bla1ze "Perhaps the most interesting thing about all of this at this point is that, despite recent BlackBerry news coming from T-Mobile, they're touting exclusivity on this offer." T-Mobile exclusively begins offering cloud-hosted BES10 Servers | CrackBerry.com

    What is Hosted Mobility Management Services is that BlackBerry or a T-Mobile Service?

    I'm thinking the exclusivity that Bla1ze mentioned is the service that T-Mobile has created using BES10. There is no way that BlackBerry is only allowing T-Mobile to offer this.... right?
    12-09-13 10:32 AM
  7. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    Bla1ze "Perhaps the most interesting thing about all of this at this point is that, despite recent BlackBerry news coming from T-Mobile, they're touting exclusivity on this offer." T-Mobile exclusively begins offering cloud-hosted BES10 Servers | CrackBerry.com

    What is Hosted Mobility Management Services is that BlackBerry or a T-Mobile Service?

    I'm thinking the exclusivity that Bla1ze mentioned is the service that T-Mobile has created using BES10. There is no way that BlackBerry is only allowing T-Mobile to offer this.... right?
    T-mobile and BlackBerry in a SAAS agreement ? May be ...
    Only T-Mobile offers the Hosted Mobility Management Service (HMMS) with BES10 in the cloud
    12-09-13 10:37 AM

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