Getting started using BlackBerry UEM
Hey, we're glad you're using
BlackBerry UEM! With a few pointers, you'll be a pro at managing devices and users with
UEMin no time. To help you learn the basics of
UEM, get started with the information below.
BlackBerry UEMhas a browser-based management console. Get the URL from a colleague and log in. Depending on how it's set up, you may need a distinct user name and password or a client certificate to log in, or you may be able to log in using your standard network credentials.
BlackBerry UEMis connected to your company directory the user list is automatically updated based on changes to the directory. You can add and remove users, select users and see what devices they have activated and manage those devices, group users for easier management, and assign policies and profiles to manage devices.
Profiles allow you to assign settings to a user, or more typically a group of users, to manage how their devices get access to work resources or how certain features behave. For example, the
Wi-Fiprofile lets you send connection settings to devices to connect to your work
Wi-Fiand email profiles send connection information to connect to your mail server.
Check out our
iOSdevice management overview for a summary of everything you need to know to manage
Check out our
Androiddevice management overview for a summary of everything you need to know to manage