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Retain Unified Archiving… What’s new in 4.2?

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July 11, 2017 3:53 pm

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Retain Unified Archiving is an archiving solution that supports GroupWise and securely archives email, appointments, files and attachments, as well as other email platforms, social media, and mobile communication data. Retain is unique in that it can archive multiple systems simultaneously, so if you are using GroupWise and Exchange, along with social media and mobile …

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Categories: Announcements, Collaboration, GroupWise, Information Archiving, Information Management & Governance, Technical

GroupWise: Updates on Mobility, BlackBerry and GroupWise 2012 SP2



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February 25, 2013 3:00 pm

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While BrainShare has been a personal distraction for a few weeks and the GroupWise blog has suffered, the engineering team has steadily made progress in a variety of areas. Here is an update!

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GroupWise: RIM Releases BES 5.0.4!!!



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November 19, 2012 12:42 pm

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Today, RIM, announced and released their latest version of BES – which supports GroupWise immediately! Get the details….

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GroupWise: BES 5.0.1 MR1 Certified against GroupWise 8.0.2 HP2!



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January 25, 2011 11:22 am

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Today, Novell announced the release of GroupWise 8.0.2 HP2. In conjunction, Research in Motion will soon announce the certification of BES 5.0.1 MR1 against this version of GroupWise.

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The “Mobile Blind Spot” – Part I in a Series on Endpoint Security



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January 19, 2009 12:31 pm

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Late last year the U.S. Department of Defense banned USB drives and other removable media after after a worm infiltrated military networks. The decision highlights a recent increase in malicious code affecting flash media cards, USB sticks, camera’s, iPods and more.

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