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27 May 2015 | BlackBerry, BlackBerry10, BES12, Rubus, WorkSite, Application Delivery, Business Apps

In partnership with BlackBerry, Appurity Connect launches Rubus, the BlackBerry 10 Connector for WorkSite, at The Shard.

30 August 2013 | App Culture, Application Delivery, BlackBerry

BlackBerry app from Appurity excites the extreme sports tribe.

30 July 2013 | MobileIron, Security, Apple, Growing Mobile Workforce, Application Delivery

Appurity, as MobileIron partners and part of the Apple Consultants Network, provides a secure MobileIron Connected Cloud platform to Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust (HEY) to help drive efficiency and introduce paper-free meetings.

7 June 2013 | Application Delivery, Business Apps, Development, Growing Mobile Workforce, BlackBerry

Security firm migrates existing proof of presence RFID software to BlackBerry solution in approximately 6 weeks.

As specialists in mobile solutions and application development Appurity were the partner G4S engaged with to deliver a BlackBerry application that streamlined an existing technical process and also provided cost savings for the business.

20 December 2012 | BlackBerry, Mobility, Application Delivery, Development, App Culture

The London-based youth lifestyle brand EXTREME announced today that it would enter the mobile app market with BlackBerry® through a licensing agreement with the technology company Appurity.

5 September 2012 | Growing Mobile Workforce, MDM, MobileIron, Mobility, Wi-Fi, Application Delivery, Aging Infrastructure

In a report from consultancy Forrester, Charting the Rise of Bring-Your-Own Technology, information technology analyst Connie Moore predicts that within two years companies will no longer issue standard productivity technology for staff.

She notes: “Instead of providing corporate PCs, most enterprises will either give employees a BYOT [bring your own technology] allowance or just assume the employee already owns the technology needed to do the job.”