Blackberry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY)’s Blend For Optimized Productivity


Blackberry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) operating system version Blackberry 10, allows users to optimize their productivity with the Blackberry Blend feature. Blend is built for managing various tasks, securely, across the smart devices you use – your PC, the tablet or the smartphone.

In a recent informative video, the company showcased 6 work cases which Blend could help with. The video, informs that Blend is prefect to ‘change the focus’ to managing on-the-go devices. It highlights the fact that the secure platform of BES will enable users to supersede corporate network and directly get on to the company intranet.

Other usefulness of Blend is in accessing address books stored on PC Address book or tablet. Either using the Wi-Fi or the smartphone’s mobile network users can access their address book and even forward text messages or emails. Though you would be using Blend, the messages would appear to have been made from the Blackberry smartphone.

Blackberry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) other use with Blend is to reach your network-stored files. You can access filed saved on the corporate intranet without logging-in from the corporate network. However, this feature will be enabled, only if BES is available within your organizational setup.

Alternatively you can access media on your smartphone from your other devices such as the tablet remotely. Therefore, even if important files are saved only on the smartphone, you can use the device you have, that is your tablet, to access that all-important file. This again establishes Blends prowess in managing files.

Blackberry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) Blend will also help you access files in the background. If you are using another device and working on productivity tools and need files or applications on the Blackberry phone which is engaged, you only need to use your Blend feature.

Additionally, if you have Blackberry Balance running, you can be sure to secure company data on separate containers, protecting it from games and videos files.