BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express boost from Vodafone
17 May 2010 — 11:57 AM
Companies could recycle their out-of-date mobile phones after one network operator revealed a cheap solution to handset synchronisation with the BlackBerry.
Vodafone's BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express scheme now comes with price plans as little as £10 per month, allowing businesses to keep their employees up to date with their work via their mobile.
The programme allows users to synchronise their Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Windows Small Business Servers with their mobile phone and, for an additional cost, can have secure email on the devices.
Peter Boucher, marketing director for enterprise at Vodafone UK, said it is important for firms "to stay connected to their customers wherever they are, either by voice or email. BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express offers small and medium-sized businesses the advantage of being able to do all this from their BlackBerry smartphone".
Businesses which are sending their staff abroad this summer could also take advantage of cheaper roaming charges with Vodafone, which is offering inexpensive calls from South Africa.
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