Today RIM released an upgrade to BlackBerry Mobile Fusion 6, the company’s enterprise mobility management solution. BlackBerry Mobile Fusion 6 Service Pack 2 is free for existing customers and will prepare them for a simple and straightforward upgrade to BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 early next year.
From a single interface, administrators can access the most common management tasks for BlackBerry, iOS and Android devices. They can even use the interface to access management features on BlackBerry® Enterprise Server and BlackBerry® Enterprise Server Express instances across multiple BlackBerry domains.
Create and manage groups, manage user profiles and provision mobile devices from an interface designed to help make completing tasks fast and easy. And if needed, the full interfaces of individual servers and services are always available.
Key features with Service Pack 2 include:
- Gatekeeping for Microsoft ActiveSync to limit access to managed and compliant devices
- Support for proxy servers for outgoing connections from the Universal Device Service
- SCEP proxy for certificate provisioning to devices without the need to expose the CA to the internet
- Support for native ActiveSync configuration for Android™ devices with Motorola EDM
- More flexible assignment of automated compliance actions to users and groups