Mobile Management Guide: BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express

RIM's BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express is a valuable tool for companies with mobile office workers. The free version of the enterprise stalwart BES provides access to Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Domino services from BlackBerry phones. It also allows mobile workers to wirelessly access and synchronize their email, calendar, contacts, and remotely download, view and edit files stored on the company network. ServerWatch shows you how to get started.

Mobile phones are invaluable in the business world today in part because they do much more than let us talk. They can serve as an email client, address book and appointment scheduler. Add apps to the mix, and they can do even more. Mobile phones become even more beneficial when connected to your business's existing network services. That's where the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express comes in.

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express is a free variant of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server from Research In Motion (RIM), targeted toward small and mid-size organizations. It works with most personal BlackBerry data plans and BlackBerry enterprise data plans.

It can give your employees access to their Microsoft Exchange or IBM Lotus Domino services from their BlackBerry phones. They can wirelessly access and synchronize their email, calendar, contacts, and remotely download, view and edit files stored on your network. Plus, you can distribute BlackBerry Java Applications to the users.


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RIM, mail server, BES Express, BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express, Micosoft Exchange

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