Research in Motion (RIM) has developed the Blackberry Business Cloud Services for Microsoft Office 365.
Blackberry Business Cloud Services for Microsoft Office 365 is aimed at giving SMEs access to Microsoft Exchange Online from Blackberry smartphones.
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The cloud-based service is available for no additional charge to Microsoft Office 365 mid-sized businesses and enterprises plan subscribers. It works with Blackberry smartphones on business or consumer data plans.
"Blackberry Business Cloud Services will help accelerate how Blackberry customers can realise the full benefits of the best productivity experience across the PC, browser and phone with Microsoft Office 365," said Julia White, senior director of Microsoft's Exchange product management group.
Blackberry Business Cloud Services allows organisations to self-manage their Blackberry deployments in the cloud. Rim says users can reset a device password or remotely lock or wipe a device in the event of loss or theft.
Microsoft Office 365 customers can sign up for the Blackberry Business Cloud Services beta here >>