Heads up enterprise owners, it looks like RIM’s BlackBerry Mobile Fusion is now available. Basically what this does is that it allows for IT departments to manage Blackberry, iOS and Android devices. This would also allow companies to let their employees choose the device that suits their needs best as opposed to limiting their choices only to Blackberry devices due to BES. The Blackberry Mobile Fusion will also allow IT managers to remotely lock or wipe lost or stolen devices in the event that it might contain sensitive information not meant for the public.
For those wondering, Blackberry Mobile Fusion was originally launched back in February although at that time it was limited to just Blackberry devices and the Playbook tablet. The latest release of Mobile Fusion now includes support for iOS and Android devices. More information on RIM’s Blackberry Mobile Fusion can be found at their website.
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