Ottawa – Rove Inc., developer of system administration software that provides mobile management of IT systems and infrastructure, announced that its flagship product, Mobile Admin, fully supports the newly launched Research in Motion (RIM) BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0.
Mobile Admin generates dramatic cost savings by significantly improving the response time of on-call BES administrators. Through Mobile Admin, BES administrators can manage users, set new passwords and IT policies, disable BlackBerry services, display BES 5 servers and server details, as well as lock and kill handhelds from anywhere, at any time. In addition to these BES 5 administration tasks that can be performed on a BlackBerry, Mobile Admin exposes over 300 functions across dozens of servers, systems and services on a wide range of smartphones.
Rove introduced support for BES 5 with the March launch of Mobile Admin 4.2. The large community of BES users have embraced Mobile Admin since the product’s initial release in 2002. “We were the first RIM partner to provide BES 2.2 administration in 2004,” said Rob Woodbridge, President and CEO of Rove. “Now, five years later, support for BES 5 is just one more example of the way we’re working together to deliver to our customers unprecedented responsiveness and as a result, significant IT cost savings.”