Motorola and Research in Motion today announced the availability of BlackBerry Connect software (v4.0) on the MOTO Q phone in Australia.
Users of the Windows Mobile 6-based MOTO Q will be able to access BlackBerry services with support for BlackBerry Enterprise Server, BlackBerry Professional Software and BlackBerry Internet Service.
“We are pleased to be working with Motorola to further expand the reach of BlackBerry services in the Asia Pacific region,” said Susan Payne, Vice President, BlackBerry Connect, RIM. “With BlackBerry Connect, MOTO Q users can now enhance their mobile communications and productivity through the powerful features and convenience of the BlackBerry wireless solution.”
BlackBerry Connect software supports “push”-based wireless access to email, including support for wireless email reconciliation and attachment viewing through BlackBerry Enterprise Server, BlackBerry Professional Software and BlackBerry Internet Service.
Additional features supported by BlackBerry Connect v4.0 on BlackBerry Enterprise Server and BlackBerry Professional Software include Integration with IBM Lotus Domino, Microsoft Exchange and Novell GroupWise to enable secure, push-based wireless access to email and other corporate data,complete, two-way wireless synchronisation of email, calendar, address book and task information.
Other features include:
- Support for attachment viewing for popular file and image formats.
- Remote look-up of corporate email address directory.
- Triple DES or AES wireless encryption.
- Support for BlackBerry Mobile Data System allowing organisations to wirelessly extend corporate data to mobile users
- Wireless device provisioning to allow devices to be activated wirelessly
- Ability for mobile users to wirelessly configure out-of-office replies, email filters, and auto-signatures directly from their device.
- Ability for IT groups to wirelessly enforce IT policies.
MOTO Q is available for download at http://asia.motorola.com/q9/download/ANZ.html