BlackBerry ID is designed to allow a convenient and secure method to authenticate the identity across various BlackBerry related products and services. This allows for seamless transferring and sharing of information across the products or services that the account has been authorised for. (Example: A user can have the same BlackBerry ID authenticated to a BlackBerry smartphone and a BlackBerry PlayBook to share billing information for purchases with BlackBerry App World.)
Due to this sharing of information, it is not recommended to share a BlackBerry ID between multiple users.
Apple have recently rolled out a new method to secure users’ Apple ID. The Two Step Verification process is designed to strengthen the security of their account. Switching it on provides an extra level of security to a user’s Apple ID making it harder to gain access or to make purchases. Continue reading →
If you’re having problems with your BlackBerry, they may be software related. In some cases, the problems can be easily resolved by reloading an application, or changing settings, but in other cases, there are more serious problems which require more drastic measures. Under these circumstances, it may help to reload the operating system on the phone. The following will provide the steps on how to easily do this. Continue reading →
Earlier this week Ofcom, the communications regulator published the timetable for the sale of the 4G mobile spectrum auction.
This timetable set out the dates of the principal steps that mobile network providers must take in order to be allowed to bid for a portion of the spectrum that was released earlier this year when the TV analogue signal was switched off. Continue reading →
The government has said that it hopes to have the best broadband network in Europe by 2015, and has committed a minimum of £830 million up until 2015 to support the rollout. The money is being distributed to local authorities that bid for funding via a framework created by governing body Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK). Continue reading →
There is an increasing trend with customers who are migrating to BlackBerry® Enterprise Server for Microsoft® Exchange 2010 and begin to experience extreme messaging delays. These delays can be anywhere from minutes to hours in duration and may or may not affect all users . Continue reading →