Research In Motion’s (RIM) BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 — the next generation of RIM’s secure, push-based server software for business mobility — is now available.
Version 5.0 supports advanced IT administration features and smartphone controls that help improve the productivity of mobile workers and more effectively meet the demands of large-scale, mission-critical enterprise deployments.
It enables a secure, centrally managed link between BlackBerry smartphones and enterprise systems, applications, corporate phone environments (with BlackBerry Mobile Voice System (MVS)) and wireless networks.
It tightly integrates with IBM Lotus Domino, Microsoft Exchange and Novell GroupWise, and is designed to provide secure access to email, organiser data, instant messaging, voice MVS, browser and other enterprise applications.
It also provides advanced security features and administrative tools that simplify the management and use of the BlackBerry solution within the enterprise.
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