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On Tuesday, the Canadian mobile device maker announced that in March of next year, it will release a software tool designed to manage not only its own BlackBerry phones, but also Apple iPhones and Google Android devices. The tool is known as BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, and it’s currently under beta test.
Alan Panezic, RIM’s vice president of enterprise product management and marketing, calls Fusion an “end-to-end enterprise solution, from a trusted vendor with a proven track record.” The tool, he tells Wired, lets IT departments oversee both company-owned and employee-owned mobile devices within their organizations. The tool is based on technology from Ubitexx — a German mobile device management platform RIM snatched up in May — but he says RIM has taken the Ubitexx tech “to the next level.”
In short, RIM wants to provide a way of dealing with the tidal wave of consumer devices crashing into the workplace and causing all sorts of problems for IT managers. The company says that Fusion will focus on security, asset and configuration management, letting managers remotely reset passwords, block particular applications, and lock devices.