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Business can happen any time at anyplace; you need to be just as productive on the go as you would be in the office. Research in Motion (RIM) in collaboration with Novell further enhances mobility for GroupWise users with the recent release of BlackBerry Enterprise Server V5.0.1 (SP1) for Novell GroupWise 8.
“Our main goal is to fully, securely and efficiently mobilize GroupWise users,” says Slav Koziarski, Product Manager for Research In Motion. “Both RIM and Novell are committed to continue working closely together and provide our customers with high-quality products which address their mobility needs. Our product management and development teams have worked very hard to make this release the best to date.”
Both RIM and Novell are committed to continue working closely together and provide our customers with high-quality products which address their mobility needs.
More features for Mobile Users
Fully supporting BlackBerry smartphones running wide range of BlackBerry Handheld Operating Systems including version 5 and 6, BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) 5.0.1 for Novell GroupWise delivers an array of new features to help your GroupWise 8 users and administrators as well as your BlackBerry users be more productive while mobile. One of these new features allows you to synchronize multiple GroupWise address books with your BlackBerry smartphone, a feature that has been widely requested from the user community. In the past, you only had the ability to synchronize a single address book. But now if you have personal address books in addition to your business address book, you can synchronize them too, giving you convenient access to all your contacts.
This version of BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Novell GroupWise also provides users with remote access from their BlackBerry devices to files stored on their office servers. (See Figure 1.) Specifically, the “Files” feature allows you to securely retrieve, view, edit* (Requires additional editing software such as Docs To Go) and email documents stored behind your firewall on your Windows network file shares. So, if you’re running to a meeting and realize you need to look at a certain file stored on your network, you can now access it from your BlackBerry smartphone. Or, if you are a frequent road warrior and need access to certain files while away from the office, you can leave those files on your network share and access them from your BlackBerry device as needed* (minimum device code version 5 needed).