BlackBerry, primarily considered n enterprise-level mobile device, is making inroads into the SMB market. ALT-N (a subsidiary of RIM) is helping in that effort with the MDaemon Messaging Server. It's aimed at small business and priced affordably (starting at $380 for a six-user license). Our sister site, EnterpriseMobileToday, has the full story on MDaemon, plus the skinny on RIM's latest Twitter update for BlackBerrys.
Our sister site, EnterpriseMobileToday, has the full story on MDaemon, plus the skinny on RIM's latest Twitter update for BlackBerrys.
ALT-N Technologies is rolling out a new version of the Windows-based MDaemon messaging server aimed at making it easier for small businesses to provide their employees with secure access to email, calendar and contacts on-the-go through the desktop, the web and BlackBerry smartphones.
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