You might not know it, but there were about 77,000,000 BlackBerrys in use around the world at the end of 2012. A feature of the BlackBerry that users regularly tout is its easy to use physical QWERTY keyboard, which many people prefer over touch screen smart phones. The BlackBerry 10, which was released in the beginning of 2013, runs on QNX, which is generally considered more secure than other mobile OSs. This means that it is ideal for businesses with BYOD (bring your own device) policies. About one quarter of companies allow BYOD, but do not have any kind of system for managing those devices, which can create security risks. Setting up a system for BlackBerry mobile device management can be complex, but if you hire an outside team to help you put together and implement a sensible Bes policy, you can enjoy all the benefits of having a BYOD policy, and minimize risk to your business, your employees, and yourself. BES security policy device management provided over the cloud is scalable, secure, and a very convenient way to handle BYOD. Reach out to consultants who can help you come up with the best BES policy for your business today, and let them show you how their concepts regarding BES policy can help you make the most of the BlackBerry 10 and BYOD.