Some days it seems there is no news, updates or apparent progress. Then there are days like today
RIM today announced version 5.0.1 of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Novell GroupWise.
This version of BES includes:
- BlackBerry Administration Service (BAS), a new Web based architecture that provides advanced server manageability
- Full Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) Integration. SOAP provides server-side access to Novell GroupWise data, and it uses industry standards to directly communicate with the Novell GroupWise Post Office Agent. Installation of the Novell GroupWise client is no longer required on a BlackBerry Enterprise Server
- Built-in High Availability, reduces down time by enabling automated failover of components, therefore allowing quick and seamless recovery from unplanned events
- End to End Security including AES or Triple DES encryption and 450+ over-the-air wireless IT policies and commands
- End User Feature Enhancements like remote file access, flag for follow-up, email folder management, Open Document Format (ODF) attachment support as well as support for multiple personal address books help increase productivity of mobile users
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Novell announces the first update to the Novell Data Synchronizer Mobility Pack
After releasing the first version of the Mobility Pack in September, we are happy to announce the availibility of the first update. This update contains bug fixes and stability changes that will continue to add to the rock solid technology that so many of our customers have already deployed.
Please review the ‘readme’ to see a listing of the changes and updates.
You can download the Mobility Update (1.0.0 update 1) here.
This update does not contain any new enhancements. Enhancements, new functionality and deeper ActiveSync protocol support will come soon! We will discuss that schedule and the planned feature set in a later blog.