A lot of small and medium sized businesses don't need all the extra security and device management that enterprise level deployments demand out of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. Enter ActiveSync: an easy way to manage mobility for your small or medium sized business.
BlackBerry's just served up fresh tools to replace its Mobile Fusion brand and help businesses manage employee phones: BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10. BES 10, which is now available for download, not only supports the upcoming fleet of BB 10 phones and existing BlackBerry hardware, but Android and iOS devices as well. Show More Summary
RIM (RIMM) is making some headway in getting carrier support for its mobile device solution services, as Sprint (S) announced on Thursday that it would support RIM’s BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. The key feature of Mobile Fusion is thatShow More Summary
Sprint today announced that it is now offering Research In Motion's Mobile Fusion device management software to its business customers. Mobile Fusion allows businesses to manage not only their company's BlackBerry smartphones, but also Android smartphones and the iPhone used by company employees. Show More Summary
RIM's mobile device management suite BlackBerry Mobile Fusion got treated to a service pack update. The update includes support for iPhone 5, streamlines error messages and more.
Update enhances functionality for iOS devices and BlackBerry PlayBook Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) released a free update of BlackBerry® Mobile Fusion, the company’s mobile device management (MDM) solution. WithShow More Summary
GEMA, the Global Enterprise Mobility Alliance, and Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) announced an agreement to jointly deliver global managed mobility solutions for multinational customers. Leveraging BlackBerry® Mobile...Show More Summary
RIM has recently announced both the FIPS certification on BlackBerry devices and tablet on Mobile Fusion and the release of a major MVS upgrade for true mobility in a busy workplace. This makes the BlackBerry solution an even more obvious choose for mobile deployments everywhere.
Ontario-based Research In Motion officially launched the highly-anticipated BlackBerry Mobile Fusion – the company’s next-generation mobile device management (MDM) solution for enterprise customers. Its ability to manage rival devices...Show More Summary
Cost-Efficient Solution Delivers Secure, Reliable, Scalable and Easy Management of BlackBerry, iOS and Android Devices Waterloo - Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) launched the highly-anticipated BlackBerry® Mobile Fusion, RIM’s next-generation mobile device management (MDM) solution for enterprise customers. Show More Summary
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion today launched their first iPhone app. It's nothing particularly flashy, as you might expect, but Mobile Fusion marks their foray into cross-platform enterprise device management.
Research In Motion has had a rough go the past little while but they're looking to get things moving in the right direction once again and one of the tools they're deploying to help get them there is something called BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. Show More Summary
RIM has launched iOS and Android support in its BlackBerry Mobile Fusion mobile device management (MDM) software. The new feature known as Universal Device Service follows February’s initial launch of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. The initial launch primarily provided the ability to manage RIM’s PlayBook tablet. The launch of the iOS and Android components of the [...]Show More Summary
RIM’s multiplatform smartphone management tool for enterprise: BlackBerry Mobile Fusion has launched on both the iOS App Store and Android Play. With its web interface, you can audit, provision, and protect a diverse mobile deployme...
With iOS now offering business-friendly security features, the shift away from BlackBerry is well underway, and the transition hasn't exactly played out well for RIM. Now, the company even appears to be embracing the recently established competition, by launching BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. Show More Summary
Research in Motion on Tuesday launched its new BlackBerry Mobile Fusion mobile device management software for enterprise customers, adding the ability to manage Apple's iOS devices, in addition to those running BlackBerry OS and Google Android.
The company's BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Product can now manage more than just BlackBerry phones and PlayBook tablets.
Research In Motion today announced that its Mobile Fusion product is now available to businesses that wish to use it. Mobile Fusion allows corporate IT departments manage not only BlackBerry smartphones and PlayBook tablets, but also smart devices running Android and iOS from a single console. Show More Summary
Responding to an AllThingsD report earlier today about an iOS developer recruitment ad, Research In Motion confirmed that it plans to build a BlackBerry Mobile Fusion app for Apple's iPhone. "In order for BlackBerry Mobile Fusion toShow More Summary
BlackBerry Universal Device Service will be managed through BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Studio and is compatible with BESX, BES 5.0.3 and above. The highly scalable system will be able to handle device management, apps, configuration and security via a console that can be accessed both on PC and the BlackBerry Playbook. Show More Summary