RIM released a new update to their BlackBerry Mobile Fusion 6 this week bringing it to Service Pack 2. This new version goes beyond bug fixes and adds some important functionality improvements. The main one is the ability to limit devices that can connect to a companies Exchange ActiveSync server to only devices that are managed and compliant with Mobile Fusion.
Check out the full features below or a nice breakdown in RIM’s announcement:
- Gatekeeping for Exchange ActiveSync: provides enterprises with the ability to limit access to Exchange ActiveSync to managed and compliant devices
- Support for Proxy Servers for Outgoing Connections from Universal Device Service: this improvement helps enterprises deploy the Universal Device Service in their existing IT infrastructure
- SCEP Proxy for Certificate Provisioning to Managed Devices: enterprises that want to improve security and user experience using certificate based authentication can now provision certificates to devices from an enterprise CA without the need to expose SCEP to the Internet
- Support for Android devices with Motorola EDM: the Universal Device Service configures the native PIM client on devices that support Motorola Enterprise Device Management
- More Flexible Assignment of Automated Compliance Actions: administrators now have more flexibility in assigning measures to be taken by the system for jailbreaking and app incompliance by users and user groups