Tangoe's latest version of its Enterprise Mobility Management solution
provides unique capabilities that deliver reduced costs, increased
security, and operational stability of smart device network environments
New Zenprise module strengthens support for administrators of the
BlackBerry Enterprise solution with device locator, auditing and performance features.
The appliance offers the EverAvail suite of applications that leverage the high-availability features of BlackBerry Enterprise
Server 5.0 to provide robust, self-contained, automated fail-over and
facilities for disaster back-up/recovery and patch management.
Sprint plans to launch BlackBerry Mobile Voice System (MVS) as the next generation of its Sprint Mobile Extension.
The services are key to Verizon's overall strategy to provide mobile
phone users with the same capabilities available on an office phone so
professionals can respond quickly and cost-effectively to customers and
the needs of their businesses.
Juniper Research projects more than 700 million mobile business connections by 2014. Find out how it expects mobile enterprise computing will change dramatically in contrast to today.
BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0, rumors of a next-gen Storm, and a strategic alliance with HP that puts mobile printing on the cloud are among announcements at Research In Motion's Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2009.
BlackBerry MVS, through integration with Cisco Unified Communications
Manager, supports a rich set of features on BlackBerry smartphones.
The upgrade, announced earlier this year, had its big debut on the opening day of the BlackBerry Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2009. BES 5.0 is now commercially available for IBM Lotus Domino and Microsoft Exchange. BlackBerry Device Software 5.0 is scheduled to be released later this year.
Device from AT&T includes GPS plus free WiFi at nearly 20,000 locations.