RIM launches enterprise mobility solution for BlackBerry, Android and iOS phones

Research In Motion (RIM) has launched BlackBerry Mobile
Fusion, an enterprise mobility solution.

This will be a significant step for RIM to enter the
multi-platform Mobile Device Management (MDM) marketplace.

BlackBerry Mobile Fusion will simplify the management of
smartphones and tablets running BlackBerry, Google Android and Apple iOS
operating systems.

BlackBerry Mobile Fusion brings together our
industry-leading BlackBerry Enterprise Server technology for BlackBerry devices
with mobile device management capabilities for iOS and Android devices, all
managed from one web-based console. It provides the necessary management capabilities
to allow IT departments to confidently oversee the use of both company-owned
and employee-owned mobile devices within their organizations,” said Alan
Panezic, vice president, Enterprise Product Management and Marketing at
Research In Motion.

RIM is the leading provider of enterprise mobility
solutions with over 90 percent of the Fortune 500 provisioning BlackBerry

The enterprise market for smartphones and tablets continues
to grow in both the company-provisioned and employee-owned (Bring Your Own
Device or BYOD) categories. BYOD in particular has led to an increase in the
diversity of mobile devices in use in the enterprise and new challenges for
CIOs and IT departments as they struggle to manage and control wireless access
to confidential company information on the corporate network. This has resulted
in increased demand for mobile device management solutions.

BlackBerry Mobile Fusion brings together the BlackBerry
Enterprise Server (version 5.0.3) for BlackBerry smartphones; new management
capabilities for BlackBerry PlayBook tablets built on BlackBerry Enterprise
Server technology; and mobile device management for smartphones and tablets
running Android and iOS operating systems.

By Telecomlead.com Team
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