Tag Archives: Mobile Fusion
12:27 pm on Nov 29, 2012 |
RIM has just announced availability of Service Pack 2 for BlackBerry Mobile Fusion 6. This update brings some new features to the service, including:
- Gatekeeping for Microsoft ActiveSync to limit access to managed and compliant devices
- Support for proxy servers for outgoing connections from the Universal Device Service
- SCEP proxy for certificate provisioning to devices without the need to expose the CA to the internet
- Support for native ActiveSync configuration for Android™ devices with Motorola EDM
- More flexible assignment of automated compliance actions to users and groups
The update is available now for free to existing Mobile Fusion 6 users. Hit the link below for more information on this service pack.
3:19 pm on Oct 18, 2012 |
Research in Motion and Sprint jointly announced today that BlackBerry Mobile Fusion is now available directly from Sprint through its Mobile Device Management Suite. What does that mean exactly? For companies that use Sprint as their cellular provider, they can get BlackBerry Mobile Fusion directly from Sprint and have it as a carrier-billed option. This is a big step for both RIM and Sprint to allow companies more direct access to the Mobile Fusion network. Get all the details in the full Press Release that starts below and continues past the break.
Sprint Adds BlackBerry Mobile Fusion to its Mobile Device Management Suite
October 18. 2012
New solution joins expanding Sprint Professional Mobility Services portfolio which simplifies device management and security for businesses
Sprint (NYSE: S) today announced the addition of BlackBerry® Mobile Fusion to its suite of Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions for businesses.
12:37 pm on Sep 20, 2012 |
All we have been hearing lately in regards to RIM’s Enterprise product offerings has been about BES 10 and the future of BlackBerry in Enterprise. Today, RIM has shifted the focus back to the present with some announcements on the availability of Mobile Fusion Service Pack 1 and BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5 Service Pack 4. They have also announced a new partnership with the Global Enterprise Mobility Alliance to help make RIM’s Enterprise offerings flourish internationally. Read on past the break for the details of these new software releases, as well as the information on RIM’s new partnership with GEMA.
5:26 pm on Aug 23, 2012 |
This week has been quite confusing with news of BlackBerry Enterprise Server, BlackBerry 10, BlackBerry 7, and Mobile Fusion. It started earlier this week with BGR posting an “exclusive” story detailing how BlackBerry 10 would essentially destroy the existing BES structure and be a huge headache for enterprise IT managers. CrackBerry, and even RIM, countered the BGR story with some posts of their own, and now we’re bringing all the news together so you can understand what is coming with the BES transition and BlackBerry 10. Follow me past the break for the full explanation.
11:00 am on Jul 28, 2012 |
RIM has announced a new certification that has been achieved by both BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 and BlackBerry Device Service. Both pieces of software are now FIPS 140-2 Certified, meaning they are certified as the most secure mobile services available. Everyone knows what BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 is; however, most won’t be familiar with BlackBerry Device Service. This is the portion of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion that manages BlackBerry Devices on the server. It’s basically the BES portion of Mobile Fusion.
Having this certification is huge for RIM, especially since they are counting on the PlayBook, BlackBerry 10, and BlackBerry Device Service to enable them to continue support for government and enterprise customers who require top-level security. This is also a good sign for BlackBerry 10’s security future. It has been widely quoted that since BlackBerry 10 devices could be rooted and jailbroken, they would not achieve the required security standards for government use. Seeing PlayBook OS 2.0 certified, this gives BlackBerry 10 a good chance. Check out the link below for more information on these FIPS Certifications.
1:17 pm on Jul 27, 2012 |
This latest bit of information about BlackBerry 10 comes as a bit of a shock and a definite negative for the Enterprise market. Sources close to RIM are reporting that BlackBerry 10 devices will not be allowed to run on any 3rd party Mobile Device Management (MDM) Software. What does this mean? It means that even when BlackBerry 10 launches, the mass exodus of enterprise and business users may continue.
RIM has built out their own MDM system, BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. The current setup for BlackBerry 10 only allows those devices to be managed by RIM’s own servers. This means that unless a company decides to manage their entire device portfolio with Mobile Fusion, they can’t have any BlackBerry 10 Devices on their system. This is just a rumor at the moment; however, it’s being confirmed by sources close to RIM. If this turns out to be true, RIM’s main market, Enterprise, may not even adopt BlackBerry 10. So here’s to hoping RIM changes their mind on this before the launch of BlackBerry 10.
Source : Mobility Admin
4:32 pm on Apr 3, 2012 |
We told you this morning about BlackBerry Mobile Fusion’s official launch; however, we haven’t had the chance to share with you any information about the iOS and Android versions of the application. The BlackBerry Mobile Fusion On-device Clients are now available on both iOS and Android. These are the apps that will need to be installed on corporate devices to allow the IT department to remotely manage these devices. The apps are available for download at the links below; however, unless you’re linked up with a Mobile Fusion Server, they won’t do you much good.
9:32 am on Apr 3, 2012 |
Today, RIM has rolled out the carpet for a full-scale launch of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. They have published an official Press Release announcing it’s full availability, which you can view past the break. This full-scale launch builds on the limited launch of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion that came with the launch of PlayBook OS 2.0.
Now, support is not only available for BlackBerry-branded Smartphones and Tablets, but for iOS and Android devices as well. The latest version of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion includes Universal Device Service, the platform that will allow IT Administrators to manage all of these devices on one system. This is a big step for RIM and a great option for businesses looking to mix device brands. Read on for the Press Release.
Source : Inside BlackBerry
There hasn’t been a lot of fanfare around the launch of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. We heard about it a few times and RIM announced its launch the same time they launched BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0. We know that currently it is an extension of BES, it manages BlackBerry Smartphones and PlayBooks on the corporate network. Later this year, support for iOS and Android devices is also slated to launch with BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. Take a look at the video above to check out some of the current features and uses of Mobile Fusion for BlackBerry Smartphones and Tablets.
Source : Mobile Syrup
10:11 am on Mar 23, 2012 |
Yesterday we told you about RIM’s job posting for iOS developers. We, along with many others, speculated that it could be for the hotly-anticipated and oft-rumored, cross-platform version of BBM. However, we also told you that the posting was most likely for developers to work on the iOS client for BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. That second option has turned out to be the case, according to a report from AllThingsD. An unspecified RIM employee has been quoted saying:
“In order for BlackBerry Mobile Fusion to perform advanced management functions for iOS devices, RIM will develop an on device client to be included as part of the overall solution”
So there you have it, folks. Cross-platform BBM still looks like nothing but a pipe dream. RIM is putting a lot of effort into BlackBerry Mobile Fusion and the hiring of iOS developers is just another step in that development process.
Source : AllThingsD
6:53 pm on Mar 8, 2012 |
We know that BlackBerry Mobile Fusion launched a few weeks ago but we haven’t had much coverage of this new service yet. BlackBerry Mobile Fusion is the new Smartphone and Tablet management solution for Enterprise that allows management of not only BlackBerry Smartphones, but of the PlayBook Tablet, iOS Devices, and Android Devices.
Today, on the Inside BlackBerry for Business Blog, RIM has posted some important information on BlackBerry Device Service for BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. This is the part of the service that will allow IT Administrators to manage BlackBerry PlayBooks on their company’s Mobile Fusion Servers. There is detailed discussion on BlackBerry Device Service, BlackBerry Balance, and Mobile Fusion available at the link below. If you’re interested in BlackBerry for enterprise, this is a must read.
3:54 pm on Feb 22, 2012 |
RIM has officially rolled out their new multi-platform device management service, BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. We heard about Mobile Fusion last year and we knew it would be a pretty great step for RIM to take. What is BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, you ask? It’s an enterprise managements solution that allows IT administrators to manage not only BlackBerry Smartphones and PlayBooks, but Android and iOS devices, as well. Mobile Fusion creates a central hub for managing all your corporate devices with one easy-to-use system and it adds on right to your existing BES or BESX server system. RIM is offering a 90-Day free trial of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. You can learn more about the software and sign-up for the trial by clicking the link below.
10:23 pm on Feb 18, 2012 |
This latest tidbit of info confirms that BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 release date and it even gives us a time to start hitting our “check for updates” buttons. The image above gives all the details, including the February 21st launch date and a launch time of 4:01 AM , which would most likely be EST. It details the new functions in OS 2.0 like native Email, Contacts, and Calendar, as well as native Android App support. We should also see a BlackBerry Bridge update, we’re hearing version 2.0, rolling out tomorrow or Monday. Look past the break for some information on BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, it’s slated to launch on February 21st, right along with PlayBook OS 2.0.
Source : Engadget
12:31 pm on Nov 29, 2011 |
RIM has just announced a new service coming in 2012 that is being called BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. This service is a all-in-one solution for enterprise device administrators who are faced with employees that use devices other than BlackBerry for their work. This system will bring together support for BlackBerry, iOS, and Android devices and allow the enterprise device administrators to manage all those devices in one system. This will allow a company and its employees to use BlackBerrys, iPhones, and Droids all in unison on a single server, saving the company money on new devices and separate servers. You can read the full press release with all the information on BlackBerry Mobil Fusion after the jump.