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Intellisync Announces Intellisync Mobile Suite for IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 7

Posted on 24-Jan-2006 05:08 | Filed under: News


Intellisync Corporation has announced the release of Intellisync Mobile Suite for IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 7. The solution allows users to send and receive Lotus Domino e-mail, files, and data from any mobile device over the air, extending Intellisync's extensive line of mobile software products that support Lotus Notes and Domino.

The new software supports IBM's 'Activity-Centric Collaboration' initiative with mobile access to applications. The goal of activity-centric computing is to let users create, manage and share varied types of information in the context of business applications, fostering greater collaboration and productivity.

Intellisync Mobile Suite (and Verizon's Wireless Sync Solution) includes Intellisync Mobile Systems and Device Management that provides IT managers with critical tools to centrally provision, update and manage data security for a broad range of mobile devices.

IT managers can download specific applications and reports over the air. If a device is lost or stolen, the IT manager can lock or power down the device completely, thereby protecting the company's valuable proprietary data.

Key Features of Intellisync Mobile Suite for IBM Lotus Domino 7 include:
  • Over-the-air wireless email and PIM sync with the Lotus Domino server
  • Greater ability to self-provision devices reducing downtime and improving productivity
  • Addition of sub folders for greater organization in the inbox
  • Full attachment support for greater mobility with project data
  • Incorporation of MIME support to recognize rich text
  • Full support of IBM Lotus iNotes and Roaming user configurations
  • System load optimization/polling re-architecture for better scalability
  • On device GAL lookup
  • Instant Messaging with presence awareness
  • Condensed Directory Catalogs for Mobile use
  • Incorporation of server ID passwords and support for Lotus Domino credential authentication for enhanced email security and less administrator overhead.