Australijskie Biuro Bezpieczeństwa Transportu wybiera BlackBerry

Australijskie Biuro Bezpieczeństwa Transportu wybiera BlackBerry

W opublikowanym wczoraj komunikacie BlackBerry pochwaliło się, że kolejna instytucja podjęła decyzję o korzystaniu z systemu zarządzania flotą mobilnych urządzeń (EMM) od BlackBerry.

To kolejna, po jednym z największych hiszpańskich banków, policji kolumbijskiej czy KPMG , instytucja, która wybrała BES i smartfony z BlackBerry 10. Zaledwie w środę BlackBerry poinformowało, że NCG Banco będzie korzystał z BES 10 ( tu pełny komunikat ), a już następnego dnia dowiadujemy się, że ATSB (Australian Transport Security Bureau - Autralijskie Biuro Bezpieczeństwa Transportu) wybrało nie tylko BES 10, ale również BlackBerry Z10 i od listopada BlackBerry Z30!

ATSB zajmuje się dochodzeniami wyjaśniającymi wypadki transportowe. Pracownicy komunikują się przez BBM oraz e-maile, robią zdjęcia i wypełniają dokumenty on-line. "Dzięki BlackBerry 10 nasze ekipy śledcze mogą korzystać z nawigacji, by dotrzeć na miejsce zdarzenia, zrobić i przesłać zdjęcia wysokiej jakości i razem pracować na danych przesłanych z jakiegokolwiek miejsca, do którego zostali wysłani, a wszystko to w ramach sieci odpowiadającej wysokim standardom bezpieczeństwa, jakich potrzebujemy." - powiedział Martin Dolan, Główny Komisarz ATSB.

65% australijskich klientów korporacyjnych BlackBerry używa już lub jeszcze testuje BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10. Trzymamy kciuki, by producent smartfonów z jeżyną w logo dostawał coraz więcej zamówień, nie tylko ze sfery korporacyjno-rządowej.

PEŁNA TREŚĆ KOMUNIKATU:

Sydney - Australia - BlackBerryÂŽ (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB) today announced that Australia's national transport safety investigator, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) , has migrated to BlackBerry's leading Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution, BlackBerryÂŽ Enterprise Service 10. Responsible for improving safety in aviation, marine and rail transport, the ATSB is equipping employees with BlackBerryÂŽ 10 smartphones to securely capture, share, report and manage mission critical data at transport incidents from any location, including very remote areas on land or at sea.

Management, field investigators and IT support staff at the ATSB will use BlackBerryÂŽ Z10 smartphones, with plans to deploy BlackBerryÂŽ Z30 smartphones to teams in November.
As an independent government agency, the ATSB conducts investigations of transport incidents and accidents. Investigation teams use email and BBM⢠to communicate and collaborate, and record safety data by filling in forms and taking photos that are sent to the ATSB's database. IT and support teams conduct critical analysis and research to help identify causes of occurrences - used by the ATSB to improve safety and ultimately save lives.
"Being able to securely share real-time data from accident sites is crucial to our investigative role," said Martin Dolan, Chief Commissioner at the Australian Transport and Safety Bureau. "With BlackBerry 10, our investigation teams are able to navigate to locations, take and share high-quality photos, and collaborate on data from any site they're sent to, all within a network that conforms to the high security standards that we need.

"We chose BlackBerry 10 for its trusted security, ease of migration and cost-effectiveness, which has overall helped the ATSB realise significant savings. BlackBerry's devices and management platform are helping to make investigative processes timelier and more comprehensive, while finding cost efficiencies through seamless migration and deployment."

The migration to BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 is the latest development in a relationship between BlackBerry and the Australian Transport Safety Bureau that spans five years. The combination of BlackBerry 10 smartphones and BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 provides high security standards against data leakage and unauthorized device access to corporate assets. Security of corporate applications and data stored on personal devices (for BYOD deployments) is also embedded seamlessly within the user interface through BlackBerryŽ Balance⢠technology. BlackBerry Balance separates corporate data from personal content, while preserving the end user's privacy and consumer experience.

"We see this latest iteration of Blackberry's mobility platform as an enabler of our own technology future, including plans to stream live video from investigations and if we choose to, support a broader range of device types within the organization," Martin added. "We need to be as agile as possible if we're to improve the safety of Australian transport. We look forward to working with Blackberry on solutions that will continue to enable our work and deliver a platform for future innovation."

BlackBerry's Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand, Matthew Ball said, "BlackBerry 10 is designed to support the needs of government customers, and we're proud that the Australian Transport Safety Bureau has selected BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, which helps their employees be adaptable and reliable in the field, and offers strong back-end security and management.

"To date, over 65% of our enterprise customer base in Australia and New Zealand have either deployed or are currently trialing BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10. In addition, we're looking forward to helping more business and government customers, large and small, take advantage of BlackBerry's secure network and services with the launch of BlackBerry's new cloud-based enterprise mobility management solution coming later this year."

For more information about BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 , please visit www.bes10.com . Now available from carriers and authorised resellers in Australia, the BlackBerry Z30 smartphone is the biggest, fastest and most advanced BlackBerry smartphone, with a 5" display and the largest battery ever on a BlackBerry smartphone. For information about the BlackBerry Z30 smartphone in Australia, please visit http://au.blackberry.com/

via press.blackberry.com

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