Blackberry podcast not updating
(Assuming, of course, that you have a license for Intune in addition to your other EMM product.) Many vendors—including Black Berry—have embraced this server-side integration, but what about the client side?In one example, Citrix added the Intune SDK to some of their Xen Mobile apps, so they can securely work with Intune and the Office Mobile apps.Now today, Black Berry is announcing another approach.Black Berry Enterprise BRIDGE is an app that incorporates both the Black Berry Dynamics and Microsoft Intune app-level MAM features—i.e. For example, this will allow users to securely move documents back and forth between the Black Berry Work email client and Microsoft Word.Google promises that "Pixel phones get security updates for at least three years from when the device first became available on the Google Store, or at least 18 months from when the Google Store last sold the device, whichever is longer.
(I’ve written a ton about this—see Evaluating MAM SDKs and wrappers is still hard. , Apple’s i OS management protocol needs to get better for BYOD.
Black Berry has confirmed that its first Android device, the Priv, will be stuck on Google's 2015 operating system forevermore, which Google itself will cease supporting next year.
Having been promised "the most secure Android", Black Berry loyalists have seen the promise of monthly security updates stutter recently, with distribution of the monthlies getting patchy (no pun intended).
For security patches, Black Berrys can be excellent at times, but of late, it has slipped off its monthly schedule.
This makes the claim to make "most secure Android devices" hard to justify.