Hours after the President and Co-CEO of Research in Motion
Mike Lazaridis launched the Blackberry Enterprise Server Express at the 2010 Mobile World Congress (News
) in Barcelona, BoxTone
announced that its mobility management software suite has entered the certification process for the new BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express.
), once certified, foresees initial demand from enterprise deployments of BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express. High-quality, inexpensive support for the quickly increasing fleets of employees will be necessary as they will now want to connect their personal BlackBerry (News
) smartphones to the new server.
Also, BoxTone said it is seeing demand from small and mid-size business deployments of Blackberry Enterprise Server Express; these businesses will need an easy, affordable approach with the best possible service and security for mobile users, particularly the VIPs.
CEO of BoxTone Alan Snyder stated that BoxTone applauds Research In Motion for its introduction of the exciting new BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express. His company supports all industry initiatives that are designed to aid organizations both large and small mobilize their businesses faster.
Due to its intuitive mobile management approach, BoxTone software enables organizations that deploy BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express to economically and reliably unlock the productivity of their mobile users and applications.
BoxTone has been made the foundation of mobile professionals’ workforce mobilizations worldwide. BoxTone’s automated software modules, recognized for its patented visibility into real-time user health and embedded mobile expertise, bring proactive management, support and monitoring for mobile users and applications at deployments of 60 to 60,000 smartphones.
BoxTone software allows Tiered Mobility Support for enterprises that deploy BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express as a cost-effective, quick and reliable way to mobilize their fast-growing, employee-liable populations.
BoxTone Essentials is available for SMB deployments of BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express, where mobile deployments may be a bit smaller and the IT budgets more small. It offers proactive monitoring, automation and embedded industry and domain best practices in a single, integrated software package.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Marisa Torrieri