RIM has today announced the launch of its new Business cloud services, which have been created to bring Microsoft Office 365 applications to BlackBerry users. The new services have been designed to provide administration and flexible smartphone features to aid an organisation’s BlackBerry deployment in the cloud. Providing Wireless synchronisation with Microsoft’s Exchange Online email, calendar and organiser data directly from a BlackBerry smartphone.
Together with providing a combined view of work and personal content on a BlackBerry smartphone while keeping the content separate and secure. Alan Panezic, Vice President, Enterprise Product Management and Marketing at Research In Motion explains:
“RIM is pleased to launch BlackBerry Business Cloud Services for Microsoft Office 365. This new cloud-based option allows customers to cost-effectively support mobility across their organizations and easily manage and secure their BlackBerry deployments,”
“We continue to build upon the end-to-end BlackBerry solution for our business and government customers with both on-premise and cloud-based solutions, a range of technical support options to suit any size organization, and a growing ecosystem of apps and services for users.”
For more information on the new cloud service and features which are available from today in more than 50 countries, jump over to the BlackBerry website.
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