BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express form SMBs Launched

Research in Motion (RIM) has released the “BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express,” a new server software solution for small BlackBerry deployments that incur no additional software or user license fees. From March onwareds, SMBs will be able to download BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express for free. With it, small deployments of BlackBerry smartphones will be able to […]

Research in Motion (RIM) has released the “BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express,” a new server software solution for small BlackBerry deployments that incur no additional software or user license fees. From March onwareds, SMBs will be able to download BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express for free. With it, small deployments of BlackBerry smartphones will be able to wirelessly sync e-mail, calendar, contacts, notes and tasks; remotely manage e-mail folders and search through the mail server; book meetings and appointments; check availability and forward calendar attachments; set out-of-office replies; edit Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files using Documents To Go; and access files stored on the company network or business systems behind the company firewall. With BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express, up to 75 users can access the e-mail server, or with dedicated servers, upwards of 2,000 users can be supported.

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