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Sprint Now Offering BlackBerry Mobile Fusion as Carrier Billed Application

Sprint has historically been the first one to start selling any of RIM’s enterprise services directly. Now they have taken the lead again with BlackBerry Mobile Fusion as a carrier billed application. This makes it easier for companies to deploy Mobile Fusion and start managing BlackBerry OS, PlayBook, iOS, and Android devices. Check out the…

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RIM Continues BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Technical Webinars

This week RIM started a the first of a series of three technical focused webinars on BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. These cover the more technical parts of Mobile Fusion including the installation process and key management tools. Its free Q&A for you to see how it is done and what the best practices are. The first…

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Mobile Fusion Client Updated to 6.1.0.27

In conjunction with the Mobile Fusion Studio release, RIM have also updated the Mobile Fusion Client. What’s New in Version 6.1.0.27 Allows users to deactivate their own devices Displays the email profiles, Wi-Fi profiles, VPN profiles, and certificate profiles assigned to the device Provides notifications to users about new applications, profiles, and IT policies assigned…

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Mobile Fusion 6 Service Pack 1

Research In Motion have released a well awaited service pack for their Mobile Fusion 6 suite. Fixed issues covers most aspects of the installed suite but here are some key fixes that stand-out from the original known issues list that I have seen many installs being affected by: When an Android device was activated with…

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Roadmap for Mobile Fusion on iOS & Android and Moving to the Cloud

This is the first time I have seen RIM’s CIO, Robin Bienfait, ever talk at a BlackBerry event. She got on stage during the main keynote today and laid out the roadmap for some future development for Mobile Fusion along with Alan Panezic. Right now it offers what most other MDM solutions do for iOS…

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BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Client for iOS and Android Now Available!

We told you that RIM has launched the Universal Device Service portion of Mobile Fusion to manage iOS and Android devices. Since then I have been looking for the required Mobile Fusion Client apps for iOS and Android in their respective app stores and I finally found them. The clients are both free in Apple…

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BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Universal Device Service Launches! (iOS & Android)

  We told you yesterday that it was coming shortly and now it is officially here. The final component of RIM’s “Next Generation of BES” Mobile Fusion called Universal Device Service has launched. This third prong is the module of Mobile Fusion that allows enterprise administrators to manage IT policies on Android and iOS devices….

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Mobile Fusion Universal Device Service for iOS & Android Launching Shortly

We have been hearing rumors that RIM is going to launch the Universal Device Service portion of Mobile Fusion in the first few days of April after a short delay. Now they have more or less confirmed that by releasing seven knowledge base articles publicly for Universal Device Service specifically calling out its iOS and…

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