A major BYOD concern is the separation of business and personal apps and data, and this capability was a key feature of BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.
The company has now gone a step further by releasing software for iOS and Android devices that provides equivalent functionality, yet still under the control of BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.
Secure Work Space for iOS and Android has been trialled by a number of BlackBerry customers, and is now generally available.
"Mobility is fundamentally transforming how we live and work. As our dependency on mobile solutions grows, and as a greater variety of mobile devices enter the workplace, the need for solutions to manage and secure these devices has never been greater," said executive vice president of enterprise mobile computing David Smith.
Secure Work Space incorporates email, calendar, contacts, secure browsing, and document viewing and editing. BlackBerry is working with a number of partners including Box to extend the range of functions.
Annual client access licenses for Secure Work Space cost $99 per year per device.
A free 60-day trial of BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 including 50 EMM Corporate client access licences and 50 Secure Work Space client access licences can be downloaded here.