RIM Announces BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, Will Soon Integrate With iOS And AndroidNews — By Naveen Vaidhya on April 3, 2012 at 6:32 pm
Now that iOS is offering its users more business oriented apps, even BlackBerry is under process to offer something new and unique to all big platforms like iOS, Android and BB OS itself.
After accepting that that the BlackBerry World is no long for just BB users, RIM announced the first version of their server software this morning to other Operating System’s devices.
Yes, as promised the BlackBerry Mobile Fusion is now out where business people can keep a tab from their iOS and Android devices including the BlackBerry Smartphones and PlayBook tablets that are available in the market.
Research in Motion vice president Alan Panezic said in a statement, “For businesses and government, managing a mix of mobile devices on any scale is chaotic” and added that “Organizations face pressure to allow employees to bring their own devices into the workplace, and they are looking to RIM as the global leader in the enterprise mobility space to solve that problem”.
RIM has been considering this move from the early of 2011. The BB Mobile Fusion sever is available for free download however with rental bases of $99 ever year or $4 every month. A option you can choose with which play you want to go. And for starters they are also providing a 60 days free trail of the service.
And for iOS and Android users, the server need software that can be installed on these platforms and that is the company had been hiring experienced employees with iOS.
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