The Storm 2 offers a revamped Sure Press touch screen that, coupled with the updated Black Berry operating system, provides a better user experience.You also get Wi-Fi, double the memory, enhancements to the smartphone's core functions, and a more stable system.That said, RIM still falls behind in the areas of Web browsing and usability and will face stiff competition from Verizon's other upcoming touch-screen phones, including the Samsung Omnia 2 and the Motorola Droid.If you're a Black Berry devotee and crave a touch screen, the Storm 2 is a fine choice; otherwise we'd recommend waiting to see what the other devices have to offer.The latest major revision, version 5.0, was released in 2009 for Exchange and Domino; support for Group Wise was added in 2010.To support the growing number of multiple devices, ownership models, and operating environments, Black Berry reinvented Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) by bringing together Mobile Device Management, Security, Unified Communications and Applications by launching Black Berry Enterprise Service 10 (BES 10).This represents the unification and simplification of its products to deliver an integrated and end-to-end solution.Mobile Device Management - it enables enterprises to manage their entire device fleet what ever the types of devices, the brands, ownership, operating system(Black Berry 10, i OS or Android) and type of usage.
The RIM Black Berry Storm was riddled with bugs and performance issues, which were resolved with subsequent software updates, but still, the damage had been done.
If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.
Some third-party connectors exist, including Scalix, Zarafa, Zimbra, and the Google Apps BES Connector, although these are not supported by Black Berry Limited.
Prior to version 4.0, BES was largely two separate codebases, with the 2.2 version for Domino and the 3.6 version for Exchange.