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    In an exclusive interview with our sister site Crackberry.com, the new CEO of BlackBerry John Chen confirms that BlackBerry Enterprise Server support is headed to Windows Phone. No ETA for the popular backend service was mentioned, but Windows Phone, like Android and iOS are certainly on their radar.
    Considered middleware, BlackBerry Enterprise Service (or just BES), is an industry leading and trend setting messaging service that also support calendar and contact support. Similar in nature to Microsofts Exchange, which it also supports, BES has been the backbone of BlackBerrys success in the past. The company is hoping to reinvigorate their enterprise offerings by refocusing on what made them strong in the first place.

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    01-13-2014 12:30 PM
  2. BIGPADDY's Avatar
    That good to know that they are planning to support WP.
    01-13-2014 03:21 PM

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