BlackBerry hat heute BlackBerry UEM (früher BES12) auf den Markt geworfen. Hier die Neuigkeiten:
BES12 is now (BlackBerry UEM).
Android for Work: Enterprise deployment and user enrollment for Android for Work is simplified in BlackBerry UEM. To support Android for Work devices, you no longer need to set up a Google domain and connect it to BlackBerry UEM. You must have the most recent version of the BlackBerry UEM Client installed on your organization’s devices before you can use this feature. The first version of the client that will be compatible with this feature will be available in January 2017.
Device logs: You can send a „Get device logs“ command from BlackBerry UEM for Android devices.
iOS device activation: You can use Apple Configurator 2 to prepare devices for activation in BlackBerry UEM. Users can activate the prepared devices without using the BlackBerry UEM Client.
Lost Mode for supervised iOS devices: Lost Mode allows you to lock a device, set a message that you want to display, and view the current location of the lost device. You can enable Lost Mode in BlackBerry UEM for supervised iOS devices running iOS 9.3 or later.
iOS Work Apps icon: You can configure the iOS Work Apps icon so that users can view it in full screen mode on their devices.
iOS apps: For supervised devices running iOS 9.3.2 and later, you can specify a list of apps to allow on users’ devices. All other apps can be installed but cannot be launched and will not be seen on devices. You can add any built-in apps directly to the allowed or restricted list in a compliance profile.
App configurations for iOS: You can now create an app configuration from an XML template that uses the AppConfig schema which is a standardized format defined by AppConfig Community, copy another app configuration, or create an app configuration manually.
Password autofill option for managed domains profiles: Managed domains profiles include a new option to allow password autofill for the web domains that are specified in a profile. This option is supported for supervised iOS devices running iOS 9.3 or later.
Network usage profile: When you configure the network usage profile, you now have the option to select apps from a list instead of typing the app package ID.
Wi-Fi profile – new QoS settings for iOS 10 devices: For iOS 10 devices, you can configure QoS settings in Wi-Fi profiles to specify whether traffic can use L2 and L3 marking
Activate multiple devices: You can let users activate multiple devices with different activation types by pairing activation passwords with activation profiles. For example, you might want users to activate work devices with a „full control“ activation type and activate personal devices with an activation type that allows user privacy. You can now manually expire activation passwords at any time if required.
Device activation – certificate: The device activation process for iOS and Android devices is streamlined. Users no longer need to verify and accept the certificate information to authenticate with BlackBerry UEM. This is now done automatically.
Regional deployment: You can create and configure server groups to set up regional connections to the BlackBerry Infrastructure for enterprise connectivity features. A server group contains one or more instances of the BlackBerry Connectivity Node. Each BlackBerry Connectivity Node includes BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus, the BlackBerry Gatekeeping Service, the BlackBerry Secure Gateway Service, BlackBerry Proxy, and the BlackBerry Cloud Connector. You can associate enterprise connectivity and email profiles with a server group so that any users that are assigned those profiles use a specific regional connection to the BlackBerry Infrastructure when using the BlackBerry Connectivity Node components. Deploying more than one BlackBerry Connectivity Node in a server group also allows for high availability and load balancing.
User list: You can use Shift+click to select multiple users in the user list.
Additional options for Microsoft Active Directory connections: When you specify key distribution center (KDC) domain controllers and global catalog servers, you can optionally include the port number that the domain controller uses (for example, kdc01.example.com:88). When you configure the Microsoft Active Directory account for each forest, you can also specify the KDC domain controllers and global catalog servers that you want BlackBerry UEM to use.
Rate and review apps: You can specify whether users in your organization can rate and provide reviews of iOS, Android, and Windows 10 apps and see reviews provided by other users for internal custom apps or apps that are downloaded from public app storefronts. You must have the most recent version of the BlackBerry UEM Client installed on your organization’s Android and Windows 10 devices before you can use this feature. The first version of the client that will be compatible with this feature will be available in January 2017.
Logging: BlackBerry UEM can now generate log files where you can view phone call and SMS/MMS activity for Android for Work devices activated with “Work space only (Android for Work- Premium)” and Samsung KNOX Workspace devices activated with “Work and personal – full control (Samsung KNOX)” or “Work space only (Samsung KNOX)”. You must have the most recent version of the BlackBerry UEM Client installed on your organization’s devices before you can use this feature. The first version of the client that will be compatible with this feature will be available in January 2017.
Remove a Secure Work Space connection: If you have an existing Secure Work Space connection, you can remove the connection and the menu item from the management console.
Restrict BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus to specific work space apps on Android for Work devices: You can enable per-app VPN for Android for Work devices to restrict the use of BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus to specific work space apps that you add to an allowed list.
BlackBerry Connectivity Node
The BlackBerry Connectivity Node now includes BlackBerry Proxy: The BlackBerry Connectivity Node now includes the BlackBerry Proxy component. BlackBerry Proxy maintains a secure connection between your organization and the BlackBerry Dynamics NOC and also supports Direct Connect, which allows BlackBerry Dynamics app data to bypass the BlackBerry Dynamics NOC.
IBM Notes Traveler
IBM Notes Traveler support: iOS devices can now connect to IBM Notes Traveler through BlackBerry Secure Gateway Service.
BlackBerry UEM kann unter myblackberry.com heruntergeladen werden. Die Dokumentation befindet sich auf http://help.blackberry.com.