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Mobile & Wireless

RIM launches BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour

Monday 22 October 2012 | 11:32 CET | News
Research In Motion (RIM) has introduced BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour for enterprise developers, which will initially roll-out to eleven cities around the world beginning 23 October in Toronto, Canada and London, UK. The tour is designed to help developers in organisations create applications on the BlackBerry 10 platform that can securely access and use behind-the-firewall data within their organisations. The series of day-long events organised for BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour - Enterprise Edition will feature seminars and workshops geared towards addressing the demands faced by enterprise developers, including how to provide employees with secure access to company intranets, workflow systems, databases, and other confidential in-house data. They will learn how the range of developer tools for BlackBerry 10, including HTML5 with BlackBerry WebWorks and the BlackBerry Native Development Kit (C++) with BlackBerry Cascades, inherently provide mobile applications with the necessary security and connectivity needed for use within an enterprise. The BlackBerry 10 developer tools enable enterprise applications to be developed in weeks, and with user friendly interfaces. Afternoon workshops will provide participants with the opportunity to work with BlackBerry experts and begin developing or porting behind-the-firewall mobile applications for their organisations.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Research In Motion
Countries: World
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