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Old 10-15-2004, 01:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default [2004-10-15] JP Mobile offers rival to Blackberry

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JP Mobile has introduced a new version of its wireless e-mail platform, adding security management features acquired from Asynchrony Solutions in May.

The SureWave Mobile Office suite - an update of JP Mobile's SureWave Enterprise Server - is the latest to take on the popular BlackBerry mobile e-mail system with platform- and device-agnostic software.

Its rivals include Intellisync and Sproqit Technologies; Intellisync debuted a new platform in April, while Sproqit, which is taking a less server-centric approach, is to deliver its software this month.

Like offerings from BlackBerry and Intellisync, SureWave Mobile Office gives enterprises behind-the-firewall software which allows for two-way synchronisation of corporate data. SureWave supports synchronisation of e-mail, calendar, contacts and tasks via various wireless networks - including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth - and a cradle. Synchronisation can be real-time or offline.

Users can view attachments and have access to the company's global address book. When linked to a Windows Mobile smartphone the software makes use of the device's built-in e-mail, calendar and other applications, JP Mobile said.
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has anyone seen any pictures of this?


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