Today, Research in Motion released an enterprise service called BlackBerry Mobile Fusion that will allow companies to manage multiple types of devices from a single interface.
Blackberry Mobile Fusion, first announced in November, will allow companies to manage smartphones running BlackBerry 7 or earlier, PlayBook tablets, and tablets and smartphones running Android and iOS. RIM has also launched a Universal Device Service along with BlackBerry Mobile Fusion that provides Mobile Device Management for the iPhone, iPad, and Android-based devices using the service.
So what exactly does BlackBerry Mobile Fusion do to help manage the multiple devices? Here’s a list of selected features from BlackBerry’s blog:
Users can receive the server software from BlackBerry and can be added to various devices through their specific app stores found on the phone.
Source: BlackBerry Blog
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