Give your employees the power to collaborate wherever they go
Enable your BlackBerry® Business Cloud Services through your Microsoft® Online Services portal by following the steps below. (If you don’t have Microsoft Office 365, visit the Microsoft Office 365 website and sign up for an Enterprise trial or subscription account.)
Note: you'll need either an Enterprise trial or subscription account of Microsoft® Exchange Online to enable BlackBerry Business Cloud Services.
An administrator must log in to the Microsoft Online Services portal and click on Setting up email on mobile phones.
Under Set up BlackBerry Business Cloud Services, click the Enable BlackBerry Business Cloud Services button.
Review the associated services information. If you agree with the terms, click the Yes, I have read and understand the associated services information checkbox.
Once you've enabled the services and authorized access, you'll see BlackBerry Business Cloud Services under "Authorized Services". From the Microsoft Online Services Admin Overview, click Manage under BlackBerry Business Cloud Services from Research In Motion (RIM).
Review the Research In Motion Licence agreements. If you agree with the terms, click I Accept.
Complete the tenant provisioning and then configure and activate desired BlackBerry smartphones.