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The BES add-on from Odyssey allows IT managers to identify and resolve issues on BlackBerry devices running OS 4.3 or newer.
AT&T's MobileIron Virtual Software Platform manages smartphones on multiple operating systems and carriers.
In the latest upgrade, Visage Mobile improves MobilityCentral by creating server clusters, increasing its scalability, and adding better tools for tracking device inventory.
Mobility Services Platform 3 Control Edition helps enterprises mobile devices and peripherals.
On the final day of the Mobile Enterprise Executive Summit, participants talked mobile device management, RFID asset tracking, and more.
On the first day of the annual Mobile Enterprise Executive Summit, speakers and panelists have focused on hot-button issues facing companies today: the rise of individual liable devices, how to transform workforce processes through mobility, and where to spend your wireless IT dollars in 2011.
The new offering from Check Point enables secure access to corporate e-mail, intranet, and applications from mobile devices.
Cortado's Corporate Server for iPad enables IT managers to extend the corporate network and desktop features to the Apple tablets.
FancyFon enables over-the-air smartphone support for IT managers and will be compatible with the latest mobile operating system from Microsoft as of Q1 2011.