BoxTone To Showcase Mobile Device Management Solutions At Lotusphere 2011
BoxTone, an expert in proactive Mobile Service Management (MSM), has announced its return as a sponsor to Lotusphere 2011, IBM's annual social business conference. The conference would act as a platform for doubt clarification to the Lotus-focused administrators as well as IT and business professionals from across the world.
BoxTone provides synchronized and centralized control of enterprise mobile applications, all mobile devices including BlackBerry, Nokia Symbian, Apple iPhone and iPad, Windows Phone devices and Google Android, relational databases such as Microsoft SQL server and Oracle and mobile connectivity services including Microsoft ActiveSync, BlackBerry Enterprise Server and Good Technology.
BoxTone’s software from a single unified management console, capable of securing, managing and supporting in excess of 80,000 mobile devices, is currently being used by all of the key Managed Services Providers (MSPs), one third of Fortune 100 companies and five of the top six US Federal Agencies. The company’s flexible architecture and IT Service Management (ITSM)-based modules which enhances mobile user experience was embraced by IBM Lotus Notes and Domino community at early stages itself.
BoxTone is the industry’s most widely deployed suite of plug-and-play software modules for Mobile Service Management. In order to optimize and control assorted mobile environments in compliance with the best IT Service Management (ITSM) principles, the MSM suite is being widely used by mobile IT professionals and novices alike.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell