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RIM Splitting Off Beta Zone for Business Into New Sub-Site

 

Beta Zone

I am not sure what the main purpose of this split is but RIM claims it is necessary. RIM sent out an email to many beta zone participants saying that they are creating a new sub-site called BlackBerry Beta Zone for Business specifically for business software and services. These programs were already in the regular all encompassing beta zone but RIM seems to want to focus them.

The two sites will soon be:

Here is the email RIM sent out:

BlackBerry Beta Zone has grown significantly since its launch nearly three years ago and we are pleased to inform you that it will be evolving soon to better suit both consumers and business members who participate regularly in BlackBerry beta programs. BlackBerry Beta Zone will soon have a brand new sub-site, BlackBerry Beta Zone for Business, focusing on beta programs for business software and services. BlackBerry Beta Zone for Business will offer:

  • Business specific beta programs and content
  • An improved mobile browsing experience
  • Updated community features

The update is expected to occur in the coming weeks and requires no action on your part. While logged into BlackBerry Beta Zone for Business, you will be able to access all your business beta programs on behalf of your organization. Your existing BlackBerry Beta Zone account remains valid for consumer beta programs as well.

After the update, the URLs for BlackBerry Beta Zone will be as follows:

Once logged in to either site, switching between business and consumer is simple, seamless, and will not require another login.

We are very excited for the changes coming to BlackBerry Beta Zone and we look forward to your continued participation in BlackBerry beta programs.

Should you have any questions, please reply or contact us at enterprisebeta@rim.com.

Best regards,

BlackBerry Beta Programs

Thanks ofutur for the tip!

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Posted by Ronen Halevy for ©BerryReview, April 18, 2012, 1:33 pm. | RIM Splitting Off Beta Zone for Business Into New Sub-Site | Leave a comment |


RIM Splitting Off Beta Zone for Business Into New Sub-Site
Ronen Halevy
Wed, 18 Apr 2012 17:33:12 GMT

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