RIM Offers Blackberry Server To Mail Hosts
Jul 6, 2006, 12:44 PM by (staff)
RIM today announced a new version of Blackberry server for application service providers. Many small and medium sized business do not run their own email and groupware server, instead contracting a hosting service to provide one. This new package will now allow these hosting services, which provide Exchange, Domino or Groupwise servers for many different businesses, to offer Blackberry mobile synchronization. They can configure this option individually for each client the same way they configure email uniquely for each client. RIM already offers Blackberry software for companies that run their own email servers or service providers who offer individual users account on a single domain.
Outlook Web App for Android Available to Limited Phones
Microsoft today followed through on a promise it made earlier this year to deliver an Android version of its Outlook Web App. Outlook Web App is an email application that offers all the features and functionality of Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync technology.
BlackBerry Offering Privacy Shade Tool to All Hub+ Subscribers
BlackBerry today outlined several changes headed to its suite of Android applications, including the general availability of the Privacy Shade. The Privacy Shade was first made available only to BlackBerry-branded handsets, but will soon be available to any Android handset that relies on the BlackBerry Hub+ service.
T-Mobile Targets Businesses with Uncarrier 9.0
T-Mobile today announced its Uncarrier 9.0 initiative, which promises to make things less expensive for businesses. The company is aiming at small to mid-sized businesses with attractive price points for unlimited talk, text and 1GB of data.
BlackBerry Finalizes Acquisition of Good Technology
BlackBerry today said it has completed its $425 million purchase of Good Technology. Good Technology provides mobile email products as well as mobile device management tools to businesses.
I hate to be negative but on what planet is this news?
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